Dress Code at Woodstock

One of the key features of the Woodstock student life is the freedom we are entrusted with. A major part of that freedom is the fluidity of the dress code. The absence of a uniform enables students to express themselves through their choice of clothes and feel comfortable in their own skin in a large […]

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The Pursuit of Happiness

When the early people first appeared on the earth, they were purely driven by the primal instinct to survive. All activities and tasks – for example hunting – that were performed by them were in order to fulfill the fundamental needs and survive. However, in the modern era, students and people in communities like Woodstock […]

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Can Woodstock implement renewable energy?

Imagine a world where the existence of fossil fuels is redefined. A place where instead of struggling to work with renewable energy, we’re thriving in it, similar to how a few countries explained in the recent COP26. Where there are more advanced climate action goals summits are trying to reach. It would certainly be a […]

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DaBaby’s lip slip

About a month ago, rapper- DaBaby came under fire for homophobic remarks he made while on stage at the Rolling Loud Miami music festival over the weekend. “If you didn’t show up today with HIV, AIDS, any of them deadly gay sexually transmitted diseases that’ll make you die in two or three weeks, put your […]

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Online learning: ups and downs

Since the beginning of COVID-19, many lives have been disrupted. Our generation has been missing out on treasured memories like in-person school or college life, and many teenagers are going through the fear of missing out. Regardless of the drawbacks it brought, for once, the entire population has come together to fight against “one” virus. […]

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India: a paradox

India is a paradox. It’s a country that is still developing in both the public sector and the economic sector. Although the Indian constitution recognizes equal rights for both men and women, gender disparities between the two remain. But what makes the country so strange is that on one level, every other politician is a […]

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How social media influences our daily lives

Social media is the most used resource by people in different age groups, no matter how old or young. It is used so often in a day that sometimes we mix up our priorities. The average screen time of teens between the ages of 13-18 is 9 hours per day through various social networking sites […]

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Wokeism: The role it plays in society.

The concept of Wokeism first originated in the 1860s and has since reappeared in instances through the 1960s and again in 2008, all for similar matters, social and political injustices, primarily in relation to the african-american communities. In today’s world, ‘woke’ refers to the idea of being politically aware and engaged in social matters, many […]

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COVID-19 on Autism

Autism is a neurological disability that affects millions of families each year. By definition, “Autism, or autism spectrum disorder (ASD) refers to a broad range of conditions characterized by challenges with social skills, repetitive behaviors, and speech and nonverbal communication.” Common questions for children with autism are: Will they ever have a normal social life? […]

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