Category: Opinion

Mixed Dorms

A Matter of Interaction By: Dylan Yen ‘19 For as long as anyone can remember, Woodberry has had grade-specific dorms. Besides the Prefects and a few Juniors on Freshman and Sophomore dorms, each grade has been consigned to a dorm. Seniors to Griffin and Dowd House, Juniors to […]

A Change of Rules

A Needed Message Hutch Bray ‘21 Vaping here at Woodberry has become a problem that needs to be addressed because it affects the whole community. In an effort to curb vaping, the Administration has tightened rules around it. From now on, upon being caught using a vaporizer for […]

An Addition to Tradition

Javon Darrien ’19  Our school has a storied tradition filled with rites of passage. As a student body, we are proud of this because we think that we are better off for having passed these challenges. That is largely true. We see all the rituals as a way […]

In Defense of Tradition

Luke Stone ‘20 Tradition. Camaraderie. Brotherhood. Sealed by friendship’s tie. What do all of these buzzwords have in common? They are all used in material written by the school to explain what Woodberry is like to the outside world. Most importantly, all of those words describe what pep […]