Friendships blossom on Valentine’s Day

Each year on February 14, many exchange flowers, chocolates, candy and declarations of love. This day, dedicated to love and romance, is named after Saint Valentine and dates back to the late 5th century. At school, STUCO members did their utmost to facilitate the festival of romance by acting as a middle man to buy […]

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Review: Les Grands Espirits

Education is a leading issue in today’s world, especially in less economically developed areas. This happens because qualified teachers are usually unwilling to work in such areas. Les Grands Esprits, a film by Olivier Ayache-Vidal, is about schools in smaller and more troubled areas in France where the standard of education is not the same […]

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He said, She said: Eye and Han

When did you guys start dating? Eye: Sept. 3, 2017. At 3 o’clock. Han: Sept. 3. Last year. What was your first impression of each other? Eye: He was really cute. I found him…What’s the word? Charming. Han: She was cute. A bit weird. What is Han’s favorite thing about Eye? Eye: I think it’s […]

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She left…?

It feels weird without her. As if, something is missing. She isn’t around anymore, she left me. I watched her climb into our car with a huge smile with a lit up face while I was barely keeping it together. What would I do without her? How would I survive without my big sister? Our […]

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NHS honors teachers on their special day

Since 1962, students across India celebrate Teachers Day every Sept. 5. Teachers Day began when a few students of Dr. Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan, India’s first vice-president and second president, suggested that they celebrate his birthday. He suggested that his students celebrate all teachers rather than just him on this day. For Indians, the day is an occasion […]

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Over the hills and far away: Mr. Laurent

As the academic year comes to an end, several staff members prepare to leave. Hence, The Woodstocker caught up with some of them to dig into their thoughts and future endeavours.  Why did you join Woodstock? I wanted a new experience with a school in the mountains and in a new country such as India, […]

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CFI offers diverse new PASSAGEs

  In the spring of 2018, the Centre for Imagination (CFI) came up with six new PASSAGE activities ranging from design to law. These new PASSAGE activities have interested many students and has encouraged them to participate.  “Part of what we do at CFI is [to] try new things and see what works best for […]

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