Somethin’ Extra

Matt York, Writer/Podcaster

February 21, 2020

“There are some fish that cannot be caught. It's not that they are faster or stronger than the other fish, they're just touched by somethin' extra.” These words come from Edward Bloom from the production Big Fish. It also ju...

Directing the Show: Making a Splash

Matt York, Writer/Podcaster

February 21, 2020

“Now I may not have much, but I have more determination than any man you're ever likely to meet.” These are wise words from Edward Bloom, the main character of the musical Big Fish. If you haven’t seen the movie, then you’re in luck. O...

Update the Scoreboard

February 14, 2020

Recently, new state of the art scoreboards were placed in our gymnasium. They had their debut February 10th at the girls’ basketball game against Gar-field High, a contest that ended with a WSHS 55-10 victory, which was also t...

The Harm of Machismo Culture in Hispanic Households

Angelica Castro, Reporter

January 24, 2020

Sexism has been a problem all throughout history, especially in the Hispanic community. Machismo has become a detrimental factor in Hispanic households. Machismo is the sense of  being “manly” and self reliant, the concep...

Was High School Musical the Musical the flop it promised to be?

January 22, 2020

This past November Disney released its streaming service Disney+ which has swept people off of their feet with the vast number of shows, movies, and variety that appeals to so many people.  So many people were impressed with...

Bookmarks are for Quitters

Ella Creagh, Reporter

January 22, 2020

The Woodbridge Senior High School English department has started a new reading initiative to try and push our students and staff to read more at home. Mrs. Wood is the leading teacher behind this initiative. As she says, “as a s...

A Man With A Plan- Who is the new AD?

Jade Spurlock, Section Editor

January 22, 2020

Switching schools can be terrifying for anyone and not just students. Even staff and teachers have to learn how to adjust after transitions. Many times, this change comes with challenges but also benefits. Jason Eldredge, the n...

Death by Socks

Matt York, Writer

January 15, 2020

It is 5pm. The email is sent out. “The immunity for today is to write ‘2020 Assassin’ on your arms, legs, and face at least 15 times.” It has started; Day 1 of a five month ordeal of anxiety, panic, worry, but most of all, ...

The Daily Route of Kyrie

Jade Spurlock, Section Editor

December 12, 2019

The idea of being a student-athlete is as difficult as it sounds. Whether your a boy or girl, play football, basketball, or volleyball the idea of trying to balance classwork, practices, tests, and projects, and games can be ...

Music to My Ears

Matthew York, Writer

November 19, 2019

On the latest installment of Matt's RQ&A, we discuss music genres and what it is to call something music! https://open.spotify.com/episode/6OXtZOYDB6VS5V6lO1MnXS?si=Elwj_maFSi-bSXXCip-K6Q

Parading as a Viking

Parading as a Viking

November 6, 2019

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