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What’s the Big Deal About Becoming 18?

Samantha Simpson

May 25, 2016

Filed under Editorial, Student Life

  There are many stories, movies and quotes about becoming eighteen. I am exactly 26 days away from my eighteenth birthday. I approach it equally with excitement and trepidation.  According to Black's Law Dictionary, the ... Read more »

Beyoncé’s “Lemonade”

Olivia Skervin, Journalism Student

May 11, 2016

Filed under Movie Reviews, Music Reviews, Student Life

As many people know, Beyoncé recently broadcast a visual album on HBO to accompany the release of her new album, Lemonade. The visual album was great, a select few of the scenes involving Beyoncé smashing cars with a baseball bat... Read more »

Taking a Look at Endometriosis

Justin Wimbush, Journalism Student

May 11, 2016

Filed under Student Life

On Friday April 8, Woodlands High School was visited by a very special guest, an endocrinologist from the Endofound foundation named Heather visited our school to educate us on the disease Endometriosis. Her presentation included video... Read more »

On Plagiarism

Justin Wimbush, Journalism Student

May 11, 2016

Filed under Student Life

Plagiarism is a subject most students avoid when writing an essay, or doing a project. According to Austin Peay State University's 26th Annual Conference on the First-Year Experience Teaching Students How to Avoid Plagiarism: Succes... Read more »

Foreign Languages at Woodlands

Olivia Skervin

April 20, 2016

Filed under Blurb, Editorial, Student Life

Cultural diversity is widespread throughout the school’s population.Despite this, there is only a small selection of language classes to choose from, the totality of that list  include: Mandarin, Italian and Spanish. Prior to M... Read more »

Time to Go to School?

Liam Torchia, Journalism Student

February 11, 2016

Filed under Blurb, Editorial, Student Life

The age old complaint, ‘But I don’t want to get up’. Many students start school early in the day, from around 7 AM to 7:45 AM. “Sleep is vital to your well-being, as important as the air you breathe, the water you drink a... Read more »

3 Tips to Stop Procrastinating

Sofia Borges, Journalism Student

February 11, 2016

Filed under Blurb, Student Life

Unless you're a cyborg, procrastinating is something we all have to battle with. Maybe you’re doing a report at 2 in the morning the day it’s due, despite having a week to complete it, or you’re copying homework from a friend ... Read more »

How to Vote in the Presidential Primaries

Katie Sims, Editor-in-Chief

February 11, 2016

Filed under Student Life

On April 19th, 2016, New Yorkers will visit the polls to cast their votes in the Presidential Primary elections, determining each party’s nominee for President. United States citizens over the age of 18 are eligible to vote ... Read more »

Should College Athletes Be Paid?

Elijah Morton, Journalism Student

January 20, 2016

Filed under Student Life

There is a heated debate about whether college athletes should be  paid. Most people would think that they shouldn’t because of the benefits they receive, like scholarships. However, that is not the whole story: many stude... Read more »