Category: Today

Is Football a Representation of A Corporate Structure?

By Ethan Weber ’20 Football is not a representation of a corporate structure, and here is why.  But first, the rough definition of a corporation is in order: A corporate structure begins with a board of trustees led by a singular chairman.  This board then advises and guides […]

Do the SATs Tell Us Anything Useful?

By Andrew Shalkivskiy ’20 SAT is on every junior’s mind right now. Yet what do college admissions officers get out of an SAT score, and what are the downsides of SAT? The SAT is a national exam, simplifying the application process. SAT is also quite easy, yet this […]

Interview with Writer-in-Residence Ms. Jennifer Hubbard

Luke Stone ’20 After nearly fifteen years away, Ms. Jennifer Hubbard returned to Woodberry last fall for one academic year as the school’s Writer-in-Residence. As she prepares to depart for the second time, I sat down with her to discuss a variety of topics, including her writing career, […]

The Red Sweater Project

Taylor Tucker ’19 The Red Sweater Project is a nonprofit organization based out of Portland, Oregon. Its sole purpose is to fund, as best as it can, the Mungere School: a private secondary school in Mto Wa Mbu, Tanzania. Tanzania is an African country just south of the […]

Outdoor Adventure DC Field Trip

Henry Singleton ’19 This past Monday the aptly named class Outdoor Adventure: Nature through Science and Literature ventured north to Washington DC to visit the National Gallery of Art.  Saying it is one class is slightly misleading as there is both a environmental science class (taught by Mr. […]

Fifth Form Travels to Richmond for College Fair

By Luke Stone ’20 Following a long afternoon of practices to cap off their Free Day, Fifth Form Students, accompanied by the school’s College Counselors Mrs. Catherine Box, Mr. Phil Hooper, Mr. David Mabe, and Mr. Scott Schamberger, traveled to Collegiate School for the annual RAIS (Richmond Area […]

Quill Theater Troupe Visit Woodberry

Harold Perry ’22 Last Friday third and fourth form students gathered in the Bomb Shelter Experimental Theater in the Walker Fine Arts Center to enjoy “A Midsummer Night’s Dream” performance by a talented group from the Quill Theater in Richmond. The Quill Theater troupe challenged the traditional approach […]