Mrs. Rob – A Cornerstone

Wilks Rogers ’19 When Woodberry boys reflect upon their Woodberry career, Mrs. Lee Robinson – or simply Mrs. Rob – often comes to mind. Mrs. Rob can be considered many things, but most importantly, she is a friend. She started working here in 1981, and watched her son […]

Tradition

Garrett Venable ’17 Tradition by definition is handed down from generation to generation; it is also something that is under constant attack. Woodberry Forest School has many traditions, forged from over a hundred and twenty five years of molding boys into men. Today, many believe that tradition is […]

Spamalot

Cordelia Hogan ’17            Sir Lancelot, a divine quest, a murderous bunny, a melodramatic woman, a pair of coconuts—oh and of course death, make up the hilarious musical of Eric Idle’s Spamalot. Based on the hit movie Monty Python and the Holy Grail, this […]

Thoughts on the 2016 Election

Jack Perdue ’17           Lately, whether you have been paying attention to the news or not, you have probably heard quite a bit about the 2016 presidential election. This election has especially received media coverage due to an extremely diverse group of candidates. I wanted to […]

Woodberry Winter

Sam Carter ’16 Boys, we did our best. Fighting off the winter well into December was a valiant effort. We left for Christmas break wearing shorts and t-shirts but sadly, winter’s finally come. Hopefully Santa brought everyone what they wanted for Christmas, although I never did get that […]

What is the Woodberry Cup?

Ellis McKay ’18   The Woodberry Cup, Woodberry’s newest activity, is viewed in many different lights by different people. Some say that there is no point in the cup and it is a waste of time; they would rather be in class. Others say that there is a […]