Category: Today

Editor’s Note – November 2015

Caleb Rogers ’16 In our transition from paper to website, from print to post, there was one word acting as our driving force: legacy. It denotes two, very important components a school publication requires. First and foremost, we must be interesting and informative in the present. Our target […]

A Perspective from the Old Breed

John Pittman ’16 The fall trimester is rapidly coming to an end. With its conclusion, students start preparing for exams, the lists for buses go up, and the nostalgia of The Game and Bonfire become omnipresent. The entire fall seems to be building up to the one weekend […]

Construction of The Bonfire

Mac Boney ’18 The Bonfire is an event like no other; everyone who is a part of the event remembers it for a lifetime. Sadly, though, a crucial aspect of The Bonfire gets overlooked each and every year: the actual construction of the two story high feature donning […]

Life in the Arts at Woodberry Forest

Iain Leggat ’16 The Walker Fine Arts center has almost become a second home for me while being at Woodberry. From the outside, it’s not the most glamorous of buildings on campus. If compared to the new science or math buildings, it looks like a place that has […]

Tradition is Born: Woodberry Cup

Clay Tydings ’17 Ever since Dr. Hulsey came to Woodberry, change has been ongoing. This year, the Woodberry Cup was introduced as one of those changes. The Woodberry Cup divides the school into eight teams composed of students and faculty. Each team competes in competitions occurring once per […]

The Fourth Form Expedition

Crawford Humphreys ’18 In the early hours of a cold Saturday morning, the fourth form class ate a quick breakfast before loading their luggage and leaving for Wilderness Adventures set in the Virginian mountains. The tradition of the Fourth Form Expedition has been at Woodberry for years and […]