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June 23, 2017

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Winter Sports Warming Up

As the 2016 fall sports season finishes and falls cold, the winter sports are just warming up. The long months of winter for Woodland athletes will be filled with consecutive practices and nail biting games and meets. High expectations remain for some while improvements are on the minds of others. Girl’s Indoor Track As the

Woodland Students hit the Slopes

As winter draws nearer, members of Woodland’s ski club are getting ready to hit the slopes. While student skiers and snowboarders are invited to join the club and spend time in the snow, the club is open to faculty as well. No one knows this better than ski club advisor, Chris Misuraca, who has been

VIDEO:: Blizzard Nemo

Finding Nemo was not a difficult task in Connecticut this morning. As the Blizzard swept in to the state snow began falling around 8am.  Quickly, the snow started sticking to cars and shortly after that pavement surfaces such as driveways began to accumulate snow dust as well. 14 year-old, David Moody, explained why he enjoys

The True Meaning of Christmas

Anna Boris Christmas—a time for putting up decorations, chopping down a tree, and receiving free gifts. But when those three things are reconsidered, which ones are truly important around the holidays? Nowadays, it seems as though too many people have become swept up in the holidays and are forgetting the true meaning of Christmas. It

Animals this Winter

This weather has taken a toll on New Englanders as well as their furry friends. The winter of 2011 has brought a series of snowfall throughout Connecticut, including the huge storm on February 1st. The storm “has given central and Southern New England about one to two feet of snow,” weather.com reported. These storms have

Winter Concert Warms the Heart

    After the hustle and bustle of a long and stressful day at Woodland I was excited to go to the Winter Concert put on by our Fine Arts department. I walked into the calm, quiet auditorium, hit record on my camera, and was ready to hear the sound of choral music.     Opening the

Hillhouse Winter Relays Results

The Woodland track team recently competed in the Hillhouse Winter Relays. Senior Sean Melville placed 13th for Woodland in the Boys’ pole vault. Senior Tyler Slapikas placed 15th for Boys’ shot put followed by senior Dillon Quadrato who came in 40th. For the Boys’ long jump, senior Daniel Park placed high, in 7th. Followed shortly

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