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The Woodgrove Outlander

The School News Site of Woodgrove High School

The Woodgrove Outlander

The School News Site of Woodgrove High School

The Woodgrove Outlander

The School News Site of Woodgrove High School

The Woodgrove Outlander

Giving Back: Woodgrove for Women Holiday Sale

Written by Maeve Bauer December 5, 2022

 On December 14th, 15th, and 16th, the Woodgrove for Women Club is hosting a table everyday during lunch to celebrate different women owned businesses in the area.  Co-executive director of Woodgrove...


Written by Kiera McMahon November 29, 2022

As the fall play comes to a close, thespians and audience members alike are left wondering: what's next? Clue, an fantastical mystery based off of the famous board game, takes the audience on a wild ride...

The Lumineers Brightside World Tour

Written by Ava Welsh November 22, 2022

The artistry the Lumineers demonstrate through their music paints a beautiful picture of what it means to invoke intense, diverse emotions by telling a story.  The Lumineers, an American folk rock band...

The First Half of The Woodgrove Wolverine Football Season

Written by Mason Vacca November 22, 2022

As the seventh week of Varsity Wolverine football comes to an end, let's recap on the first half of the season. Through the first seven weeks of football, the Wolverines have accumulated a record of five...

Kanye West: The Downfall of a Star

Written by Lilly Soska November 22, 2022

From hits like “Good Life” and “Runaway,” rapper and producer Kanye West has made himself a household name in American pop-culture. He rose to fame in the early 2000s and continued to stay relevant...

Bleed Orange or Red?

Written by Maddie Shea November 22, 2022

On October 15, 2022 the epic showdown between the Vols and Tide went down. The sold out Neyland Stadium erupted as the Big Orange brought home the nail biting victory. Many famous faces including Peyton...

Midnights Mayhem with Taylor Swift

Written by Ellia Mytsa November 22, 2022

Twelve albums and eighteen years is nothing short of a miracle for an artist in the music industry, especially a woman. Taylor Swift is known for her relationship with her fans called “Swifties.” She's...

Hello Fall

Written by Claire Hudak November 22, 2022

Fall officially began on September 22, 2022; the autumnal equinox hit the northern hemisphere. This was the start of pumpkin carving, leaves turning different colors, and Starbucks pumpkin spice latte...

Woodgrove Out: Woodgrove’s Favorite Wild Themes

Written by Ali Elliott November 22, 2022

Every year the student body of Woodgrove eagerly awaits the list of themes for the upcoming football season. This year the Woodgrove Wild has an exciting list of themes, including the annual blackout for...

My Time at the Washington Journalism and Media Conference

Written by Maeve Bauer November 22, 2022

This past summer I attended the Washington Journalism and Media Conference (WJMC); a five day long event with youth correspondents from all over the country.  The week started Sunday, July 10th....

NBA All-Star Russell Westbrook’s Decline in Recent Years

Written by Devin Adu-Osei November 22, 2022

2016 NBA’s Most Valuable Player.  2012 Olympic Gold medalist.  Nine-time NBA All-Star and two-time NBA All-Star MVP.  All-time leader in triple doubles and a member of the NBA 75th Anniversary...

Child holding a more modernized version of a jack-o-lantern, with the face painted on rather than carved out.

The History of Halloween: From Potatoes to Pumpkins

Written by Sarah Putorti November 16, 2022

Many Americans think of Halloween as a holiday for candy, costumes, and carving pumpkins, but the holiday goes so much deeper than that, both commercially and culturally. Halloween has gotten consistently...

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