Ms. Chander gives talk on minorities in India

“I am Christian and I am a minority in India,” said Ms. Shonila Chander, who taught religion and economics at Woodstock for 34 years before she retired last year. On Thursday, August 4, she gave a talk at the Center for Imagination on minorities in India. Ms. Chander gave her thoughts on religion, the quota […]

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Goodbye, Nicki; hello, misery

It was the Fourth of July, 2013. My twelve-year-old self was eating a tasteless hot dog; my older, irritating, American cousin kept texting away on her brand new iPhone that she kept bragging about. My sibling had gone to get a beer because she was sick of our complaining. We were in the middle of […]

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Into the Wild: Mr. Alex

Venturing into the literal wild, new staff leave the safety of their monkey-less roads and tackle the great unknown we call Woodstock. The Woodstocker caught up with some of them to chronicle the first chapter of their adventures. Mr Alex Heetland has begun his term as a choir and music theory teacher at Woodstock this […]

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Coffee Bar attracts large and enthusiastic crowd

The Hostel Commons was filled with chairs and couches to accommodate a crowd for the Coffee Bar on Sunday, August 5. Within the first hour, it was full of students collecting their orders of food and sitting down, while many took to the mic to sing songs. A new vibe was felt during this Coffee […]

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