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The 63rd Grammys occurred on Mar. 14th, 2021. Pictured is a Grammy Award Given to the winning artist, songwriters, etc.)

The 2021 Grammys

Written by Anna Cristofano, Gianna Costanzo, and Maeve Bauer May 26, 2021

On March 14th, the 63rd annual Grammy’s Award ceremony was held to acknowledge and celebrate the nominees and winners of this past year's music. Along with the traditional nominations and iconic fashion...

Student Activists at Woodgrove

Written by Maeve Bauer May 25, 2021

Woodgrove High School is filled with a plethora of young leaders who are passionate about social justice.   Sophomore at Woodgrove, Gracelynn Hollar, is an active supporter of the Black Lives...

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Six Summer Job Ideas

Written by Claire Davison, Maddie Shea, and Sarah Burns May 25, 2021

School has ended, temps are high, and pools are open; summer has begun. Summer is a prime time to relax but is also a perfect opportunity to make money, meet new people, and learn new skills. Here are...

What Seniors Wanted To Be

Written by Gretchen Nagle, Riley Castellano, and Kennedy Vacca May 20, 2021

Throughout their childhood and adolescent years, kids are often asked what they would like to be when they grow up. As years pass, students change their perspective. Seniors were asked what they wanted...

Spring Players to Watch

Written by Anna Lockhart and Kayla Norsworthy May 20, 2021

As this unpredictable school year comes to an end, the Wolverines are excited to be back outside playing spring sports again. Via a Twitter poll, each team nominated two players they believe are most promising...

The Pipeline that Divided the Nation

The Pipeline that Divided the Nation

Written by Sarah Burns and Teah Sargent May 20, 2021

 The recent shut down of the Keystone Pipeline’s construction was a controversial decision.  The Keystone Pipeline was proposed in 2008 by TC Energy to quickly transport fossil fuels, particularly...

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Zoos Caring for Animals During the Pandemic

Written by Teagan Russell and Teah Sargent May 20, 2021

Humans are not alone on this rock floating in space; we share it with animals, and COVID has affected their lives as well. Most zoos gain money from parking fees, gift shops, and food venue revenue, while...

Ending The Year On A Strong Note

Written by Rachel Schneeberg and Ryan Wilkinson May 20, 2021

The class of 2021’s journey to graduation has been fraught with struggles stemming from the Covid-19 pandemic on top of the already demanding workload that comes with graduating from high school. In...

List of Commitments

Written by Anna Lockhart and Kayla Norsworthy May 20, 2021

COVID-19 took away school dances, pep rallies, and crowds cheering on sports teams, but it didn’t take away these athletes’ determination to continue to play their sport at a collegiate level. Congratulations...

Curating Summer Plans Based off Astrological Signs

Curating Summer Plans Based off Astrological Signs

As the first buds of spring bloom into another mystical summer, plans and preparations for the three month long break from school begin to take form. For some, the future is unknown and  summer plans...

Senior Advice

Written by Riley Castellano, Gretchen Nagle , and Kennedy Vacca May 19, 2021

The 2021 graduating class will shortly begin packing their bags for college. The Woodgrove Outlander chronicles their final insight on the high school experiences to offer guidance to the grades below.    Julia...

Class of 2021 Senior Superlatives

Written by Kylee Harrell , Kildea McMahon, and Kayla Norsworthy May 19, 2021

The senior class of 2021 has had a school journey like no other, and the school newspaper wanted to keep one tradition alive. The Outlander staff sent out a survey for seniors to nominate and vote for...

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