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November 18, 2017


Senior Project Spotlight: Cami Wilcox

The average American spends time with family and loved ones during the holiday season, but this is not the case for all Americans. Thousands of  American soldiers are deployed overseas each year and many soldiers serve during the holiday season.  Alone and far away from those they care about during this time, they suffer from

Is IBoss Too Intrusive?

Is iBoss too Intrusive? You are doing a research project that is due tomorrow, and you get an awesome research idea that needs more backup information. You type it in, and you click on the first site that comes up. You are ready to see what great information awaits, and bam the page is blocked.

The Man, The Myth, The Legend: Tom Feige

When you were in elementary school, you thought that your teachers lived at school. They taught you things that you learn in order to be successful, and waited anxiously for the next day to do it all over again. Now that you are older, you know that is not the case. Shockingly, teachers have lives,

What Football Really Means To Woodland Hawks

Leaves of all different colors are gently gliding with the light breeze, this is how we know that fall is finally here. We think of autumn as a season of pumpkins, sweaters, and especially football. With the NFL slowly rolling in, hype of American football is rising within the nation, and the Woodland Regional High-School

Treasure Island: A True Treasure to Talk about

Munching on Pirate’s Booty and chocolate coins, students and teachers gathered after school in the Woodland Media Center to explore and examine the adventures of Jim Hawkins and his pirate posse. This year, the novel, Treasure Island, by Robert Louis Stevenson. was selected by One Region, One Book as a story that could be accessible

National Portfolio Day!

Most seniors are stressed about applying to college. So many parts exists to applying such as filling out the common app, filling out Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA), Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA), and college essay; However, art students may have even more stress. People who apply to art schools need

The Writer’s Wing: Tutoring the Hawks

Whether you are an incoming freshman, or an AP literature, honors-student senior, everyone can get help and guidance on their writing by the Writer’s Wing club members. The goal is to get students interacting with one another, to improve writing skills and spread the love of composition. The Writer’s Wing, located in the library, is

Woodland Girls Cross Country Sweeps Seymour Meet

3.1 miles, 16,368 feet, 12 ½ times around a standard sized track, almost the distance from Woodland to Seymour High School. Ask anyone to run it, and they will probably laugh in your face, but for Woodland cross country runners, this is a piece of cake. According to cross country runner Diondra Owusu, the 27

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