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January 23, 2018


Life Through the Eyes of Procrastinators

One month. Four weeks. Twenty-eight days. 672 hours. That’s how much time I had to do a research paper. This sounds like a lot of time, however, as a procrastinator, one month isn’t much. A procrastinator only uses a small percentage of the time given. One week passed and my document was blank. However, I’m

QuizBowl: What Actually Happens in Meetings

When people hear the word competition, they think of funny-shaped balls and shoulder pads. But for Nancy  Manning and the Quiz bowl team, competition means answering tough questions.  A saying  Quiz bowl,  a debate team here in Woodland Regional High School, and in order to crush their opponents, they require vigorous practice. In the beginning

Leading, Creating, and Learning– Jillian Plante

When she isn’t throwing axes, Jillian Plante is usually throwing out scripts to the Hawk Productions team. Plante, a sixteen-year-old junior at WRHS, a 5’3 quiet blonde, and a leader with many responsibilities. She is always kept busy throughout her week and manages to still keep on top of her scooping, producing, cutting and honor

Christmas Music

In order to survive, living things must evolve. White fur is developed so polar bears can blend into the snow. Specific shaped beaks are formed so the finches on the Galapagos islands can extract nectar from flowers. And so I can survive the winter, I listen to Christmas music. I hate the winter. My Greek

Student Government: Not Only A Club But A Class

Just when you thought Woodland student leaders were the best they could be, there was an option to get even better. Woodland now offers a Student Government and Leadership Class. Created mainly for student government members, any student from any grade can enroll in this class; it does not matter if they are in the

You See Hamburger, I See Death

  Picture an overpopulated, 1800’s jail where it’s dark, cold, and rundown–prisoners  cramped in a disease-ridden dungeons, weakly surviving through days on limited rations, wallowing in their own filth. While our prisoners today might be treated better, these horrid conditions still exist. Modern day meat sources like cows and pigs suffer these conditions daily for

Drama Club Presents: Treasure Island

The Woodland stage, home to all Woodland dramatic productions, has taken to the high seas as the  Jolly Roger is hosted and the main sail set for adventure in a rollicking retelling of the classic pirate novel, “Treasure Island”. The Woodland pirate cast has been rehearsing after school daily since mid-October. But there’s a difference

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