Recruiting For Sports

Audric Gupton ’20 Editor’s Note: This article is the first article in the second part of a seven part series of opinion articles written by Dr. Erb’s English class for publication in The Oracle. Each article will have a “response” written by another student in the class. Since […]

Gaming Console Ban

Benton Copeland ’20 Editor’s Note: This article is the second article in the first part of a seven part series of opinion articles written by Dr. Erb’s English class for publication in The Oracle (The first part can be found here.) Each article will have a “response” written […]

Gaming Console Ban

Benny Cao ’20 Editor’s Note: This article is the first article in the first part of a seven part series of opinion articles written by Dr. Erb’s English class for publication in The Oracle. Each article will have a “response” written by another student in the class. The […]

Review of Avengers Endgame

Kenny Ambiso ’20 Avengers: Endgame has opened this past weekend to $1.2B and if you’ve seen the movie, it’s easy to see why. Doctor Strange looked at 14 million different realities and only one of them saw this movie flopping. The movie is a conclusion to what directors […]

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, […]

Varsity Lacrosse Season Update

By J Banzet ’20 After winning its first game of the season at Flint Hill on April 2, the Varsity Lacrosse team lost four straight contests by a combined score of 51-25. The games against Episcopal and Norfolk Academy saw Woodberry struggle throughout the game, while the Tigers […]

Room Searches Hold Students Accountable

By Luke Stone ’20 J. Carter Walker wrote in his “Statement on the Honor System” in 1951, “The Honor System is the most precious heritage of Woodberry Forest boys from those who have preceded them in other years,” clearly establishing something that most already know to be true: […]

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 […]