Why death cannot do us apart

When the 1971 Liberation War was going on in Bangladesh, thousands of young and hot-headed men walked out of their homes. Rising up to fight for the sake of their motherland and their freedom, they were selfless. Amongst the rabble of those men, stood a person who never chased any glory or personal gain, just […]

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Have a breakdown, have a KitKat

The happiest event in my family took place a few years after I was born. The birth of my younger brother. With his toothless chuckles, big bright eyes, and small fingers that clutched my hair with superhuman strength, he was the new favorite in the house. While I was the victim to my mother’s frustration, […]

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Tourists need to learn to tread lightly

What’s the world’s unlikeliest place to experience traffic? The colossal Mount Everest. During summit season, what we picture as pristine, white and almost celestial, turns into something like the ramp above New Road at eight in the morning, but way worse. Annually, about 800 people attempt to climb Mount Everest for the glory of conquesting […]

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Echoes from English Class: Train to Pakistan

A medium for Highschool students pour out their vivid thoughts on the books assigned in their respective English classes, whether it be completely trashing it or applauding it, or something in between. Train to Pakistan is a highly acclaimed post-independence novel by Khushwant Singh. It is set in the summer of 1947, when millions migrated, […]

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Senior spotlight: Alisa Husain

Alisa Husain, Class of 2019, is the most recent recipient of the Book of Excellence which is a recognition given to any student at Woodstock with extraordinary achievements and contributions to the community. Husain’s name was added to the book during the end of the last academic year, among other capable students who have received […]

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