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New WWHS Principal Ryan Stafford has an agenda of more positivity and community involvement.

There’s A New Stafford In Town!

Landon Skeens and Angel Burchett September 14, 2022

    Mr. Ryan Stafford might be new to the role of principal, but he is certainly not new to Woodrow Wilson High School. Originally a graduate of 2009, Stafford's ambitions were always to come back...

Retiring English teacher Nancy Terlizzi, stands in front of Woodrow Wilson.

Toodles Terlizzi

Aden Scarbro, Writer May 6, 2022

 Nancy Terlizzi is leaving her profession of teaching after 26 years. For the past nine years, Mrs. Terlizzi has taught at Woodrow Wilson High School. Her favorite thing about teaching was, “the love...

Grandmas Homemade Carrot Cake

Grandma’s Homemade Carrot Cake

Brooklynn Bird, Writer May 4, 2022

As I grew up, my grandma always cooked for me. Whether it was my birthday cake or just dinner at her house, she always made the best food. She has always been there for me by coming to my sports games...

Allee Adkins (l) and Raigan Lytton (r), are moving on to the state Young Writers competition with their award-winning short stories.

Write On!

Landon Skeens, Writer May 3, 2022

For the West Virginia Young Writers contest, Woodrow is allowed to submit two students; a freshman or sophomore and a junior or senior. This year, Woodrow chose sophomore Allee Adkins and junior Raigan...

Mrs. Dawson and her husband, pictured above.  They met in high school and have stayed together for 50 years.

So, We Met in High School…

Landon Skeens, Writer May 2, 2022

While high school relationships can certainly last, it is more likely that they will come to an end by the couple’s graduation year or shortly afterward. Despite the likelihood of breaking up, some students...

WWHS Teacher of the Year: Mr. Quesenberry

WWHS Teacher of the Year: Mr. Quesenberry

Landon Skeens April 27, 2022

Mr. Quesenberry, or “Coach Q” (as students call him), was recently awarded the Teacher of the Year award from Woodrow Wilson High School. Originally awarded in 1952, this prestigious award recognizes...

As any good softball player knows, there is nothing soft about softball.

There’s Nothing “Soft” About It

Noelle Bragg, Writer April 27, 2022

“STRIKE THREE! YOU’RE OUT!” yells the umpire from behind home plate. The next batter jogs up to the batter's box ready to show the opposing team what she's got. Leading off ball one with a high pitch...

Doug Edert and the Magical Cinderella Story of Saint Peters

Doug Edert and the Magical Cinderella Story of Saint Peter’s

Hinckley J. Carter, Sports Writer/Editor April 26, 2022

    Doug Edert shoots the ball, making a swish, causing the crowd to erupt into a roar! Edert leads the underdog Saint Peter's basketball team to one of the most shocking upsets in the past decade.       ...

Woodrow Wilson football player works out in the off season. Creatine: Uses, Benefits, and Health Risks

To Creatine or Not to Creatine

Hinckley J. Carter, Sports Editor March 31, 2022

Creatine. The compound is possibly one of the most debated and researched supplements in the bodybuilding community.  Is it bad? Is it beneficial? This has been the question since it was first introduced...

Photographed by Adriana Law

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March 5, 2022

Keynan Richardson-Cook: Georgetown Universitys Next Super-Athlete

Keynan Richardson-Cook: Georgetown University’s Next Super-Athlete

Daniella Fragile, Podcaster/Features Editor March 4, 2022

Keynan Richardson-Cook, a senior at Woodrow Wilson High School, recently signed with Georgetown University. Cook started playing football when he was five or six years old. “It was the first year...

Mikah Alleyne, who now runs for Marshall, is making a name for herself in the track world.

Mikah Alleyne: Running to Success

Zoe Stewart, Photography Editor March 2, 2022

BANG! The sound of the gun goes off, flooding through your body, blood signals you to run as hard as you can physically push yourself. This is a feeling that’s all too familiar to Woodrow Wilson High...

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