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An graduating senior gives his best to the rest of the Woodrow Wilson High School underclassmen.

Seniors’ Last Will and Testament

Daniella Fragile and Jacob Sloane , Editors May 6, 2022

The Eagle Dispatch is going retro in our year's final issue. For decades, it was popular for seniors to commemorate the rite of passage that is graduation by dividing their "assets" among remaining friends...

From West Virginia State Fair website

On His Way “From Austin”

Hinckley J. Carter, Sports Editor April 1, 2022

The West Virginia State Fair has gained another popular artist for their concerts taking place in August 2022 — Zach Bryan. Some know him, many don't. Zach Bryan is a more recent country artist with...

Better Food, Better Mood

Better Food, Better Mood

Emma Mitchem, Writer March 31, 2022

If you have been a student in the Raleigh County public school system for the past couple of years, you may be familiar with the infamous food page that has rated school breakfasts and lunches based on...

Senior Reflections: Alisae Berg

Alisae Berg, Writer March 4, 2022

"I feel that the year I've spent at Woodrow has been fun. It was hard to get used to at first but once I started meeting new people I began to enjoy going here. One of my favorite memories made at this...

Senior Reflections: Hannah Gwinn

Hannah Gwinn March 3, 2022

"One of the greatest decisions I have ever made in high school is joining both Art and Earth Club. It has been such a great experience meeting students who have the same interests as me, as well as giving...

Senior Reflections: Kamryn Davis

Kamryn Davis March 3, 2022

"Although times are different and I did not have the same high school experience I thought I would have due to Covid, I still had a delightful time. There have been many unique experiences throughout high...

Some say students sleeping in class is no laughing, or posting, matter.

Zzzs Don’t Get Degrees: Woodrow’s Sleeping Page

Jackson Bailey, Writer February 7, 2022

Whatever you do... DON'T... FALL... ASLEEP! For a couple months now, there has been a Woodrow "sleeping page," an Instagram account that posts pictures of people sleeping in school, and students are...

Dress codes, by nature, tend to target female student populations. Our opinion writer. Allee Adkins, defends her position.

What Dress Codes Really Teach Us

Allee Adkins, Writer February 7, 2022

The school dress code: we all know it, and we all hate it. School dress codes in general are gender-biased, affecting women more frequently than men. These codes seem to put the blame on girls by indicating...

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