Insect infestation bugs dorms

On Sunday, Aug 25, Hostel was immersed in the unpleasant sound of a fire alarm that drove people out of their rooms to inquire about the situation.  The alarm was triggered by someone accidentally spraying deodorant near the smoke alarm in their room as an attempt to kill some bugs. Many in Hostel were perplexed […]

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How well do you know your JSB date?: Aryan and Rhea

Woodstock is seeing juniors and seniors mingle and plan out their dates for the Junior-Senior Banquet that is coming up, on May 4th, 2019. Sophomores plan a night full of food and dancing for Woodstock’s very own prom. So in this season of love, The Woodstocker decided to find out how well these couples know […]

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International students keep eye on U.S. elections

I remember walking into the living room one morning to catch my friends laughing at the TV. It was the summer of 2016, I was just 14 years of age and had no clue how politics worked. “Donald Trump is running for president,” one of my friends said while she laughed at the screen. Back […]

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Students forced to weather the weather

The months of February and March saw unprecedented cold weather for the first time in the past few years. Normally, students experience wind and rustling leaves at the bottom of their boots. However, this trimester we were greeted with a winter wonderland and heavy snowfall which was a somewhat refreshing change from the usual routine. […]

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New science teachers discover gravity of the hillside

With the departure of a few members of staff from the science department, this trimester, the school welcomed three new teachers: Ms. Louise Du Toit, Mr. Anthony Hyde, and Dr. Mayukh Banik. With many decades of experience in teaching, the new teachers are all looking forward to their Woodstock experience. Mr. Hyde discovered Woodstock “way […]

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Some models walked into the Quad

Woodstock’s first-ever fashion show was full of elegant, trendy, and snazzy outfits. The Woodstocker checked out the action to rank the top ten outfits, in no particular order. Mr. Kailash Mani Alicia Yugyel Mayar Jigya Mr. Peter Kvietok Jiwon Vikentiy Meher Amul

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Harvard lawsuit seeks to harm, not help, Asians

“I Am Asian-American. I Have Dreams Too,” read a sign that was carried during a protest against Harvard’s allegedly biased admissions process. The sign refers to the ongoing lawsuit in federal court against Harvard University in which Asian-American students are accusing the university of having an unfair bias towards other races in their admissions process. […]

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Racial profiling achieves nothing but fear

“Excuse me, sir, could you please step aside?” the airport security officer said as I was “randomly selected.” I simply followed, worried and confused as to why I was picked out, while the officer casually walked in front of me. I was on my annual summer trip to the United States with a layover in […]

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Some musicians and magicians fill up Parker Hall

Top 5 performances The talent show was full of breathtaking performances that left the audience in awe. This year The Woodstocker reported this showcase of talent and we ranked the top 5 performances.   The Staff Band a.k.a. Middle-aged guys with guitars MORE COWBELL!!!   The iconically named band, ‘Nameless’ The band electrified the audience […]

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Review: The Death And Life Of Marsha P. Johnson

“There’s a massive number of trans women who have been murdered, and their cases have just gone cold. They’re yelling out from their graves for justice.” ~Victoria Cruz On September 11, Woodstock had a documentary film festival which showcased diverse genres of documentary films, one of the many films was dedicated to Marsha P. Johnson. […]

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