Free Day

Austin de la Torre ’20 It is a tradition at Woodberry that are one or two free days a year, so students waited and speculated as to when Dr. Hulsey would say the word. This past Wednesday students celebrated as news quickly spread around campus that Dr. Hulsey […]

Beto O’Rourke ’91 Runs for Senate in Texas

By Luke Stone ‘20 In a political era marked by deception and distrust on both sides of the aisle, Congressman Robert “Beto” O’Rourke ‘91’s candid, improvised riffs captured at livestreamed town halls on his Senate campaign have motivated Democratic voters in his native Texas for the first time […]

Varsity Soccer Kicks it into the Postseason

Javon Darrien ’19 Despite going through a season of ups and downs, Varsity Soccer finds itself in excellent form as they head into the postseason. The team’s record stands at 9-6-2, but in the last few weeks they went 6-2, including a  7-0 victory against Benedictine and, most […]

Bengal Football Defeats King George 24-14

Taft Gantt ’20 After having two weeks to prepare for their final game, Woodberry’s Bengal Football squad defeated the Foxes of King George Middle School  24-14 on Tuesday evening. The Tigers got off to a quick start. On the first play from scrimmage, John Hill forced a fumble […]

If you want to keep up with the goings-on at Woodberry, sign up with your email below, so that you won’t miss new articles on the website.