Category: Today

Model United Nations: A Year in the Making

Noel Turlington ’18   Two weeks ago, several members of Woodberry’s reformed Model United Nations team traveled to Northern Virginia to compete in its inaugural Model United Nations tournament. The tournament was held at Chantilly High School in Chantilly, Virginia, where over 700 kids from across the Northern Virginia […]

Semi-formal 2016

Warren Matthews ’18 “I will survive,” sang Gloria Gaynor in the background. It is not a myth that many Woodberry students struggle through the current [winter] trimester. Semi-formal is seen by some as a great release from the harshness of the new trimester and return from Christmas break. […]

Editor’s Note – December 2015

Caleb Rogers ’16 I think if Santa were real (sorry new-boys) his work ethic would the same one seen across campus right now. This strange, three-week limbo between breaks always serves as a time of hard work riddled with anticipation. Though not exactly the school year’s midpoint, it […]

Scooter Infestation

Will Slicer ’17 and Robert Singleton ’16   Since the beginning of the Fall Trimester, there has been an increase in the number of scooters on campus. Scooters can be found in any location around the school: sidewalks tripping up poor Mr. Reimers, up in trees for the […]

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 […]