Category: Opinion

Unlike a Window Pane

Henry Singleton ’19 Rumors have an uncanny ability to move at seemingly impossible speed. A speed which Woodberry multiplies by ten. Whenever anything of note takes place, word travels from one person […]

Coed Woodberry?

Nam Bui ’19 and Javon Darrien ’19 “We live in an all-boy school, not a monastery. There’s a difference.” – a friend exclaimed at a debate tournament when people chuckled at his […]

Demerit System

A Call for Reform Luke Stone ’20 As it currently stands, Woodberry’s primary punitive measure, the demerit system, is hardly ever punitive. Receiving demerits, a consequence that once threatened to not only […]

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, […]

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 […]