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January 23, 2018

Posts by: Krista DeTulio

Girls Swim Team Wins Sportsmanship Award

You’ve probably seen it before at a sports game. The teams line up up to shake hands and say “good game”, win or lose. It’s a sign of respect and showing that you play the game fair. This is what is called “Sportsmanship”. The girl’s swim team here at Woodland recently received the award for

Lauck and Hicks: The Dynamic Duo

Friday night lights aren’t just for the football players. For seniors and sports journalists Chris Lauck and Matt Hicks, the roar of the crowd and the throwing of a football are the two main things that this duo lives on. You’ve probably seen them up at the football field press box; headsets on, rosters in

Dunkin’ Donuts Vs. Starbucks

It’s a Monday morning, you’re drained from your weekend and you need to get yourself a caffeinated beverage or else you can’t function. Where do you go? It’s a tough choice. Dunkin’ Donuts or Starbucks? Dunkin’ Donuts Food Selection Many students stroll into school with Dunkin’ Donuts on a Monday morning. It’s local, well priced,

Apple Music and Spotify Faceoff

Whether it’s on the way to school, running the track, doing homework, listening to music is a common activity for many students. Some listen to rap, some like pop, and others favor rock. Just as we all have different tastes in music, we often have different tastes in what we use to listen to our

Holocaust Survivor Inspires Woodland Students

January 30, 1939 was a day that many people, such as survivor, Andy Sarkany will never forget. On this day, a number of innocent Jews were targeted, put into concentration camps and left to suffer miserably. The Holocaust course at Woodland provides students with an in depth learning experience of the genocide of six million

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