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Grace Harvey works on a colored pencil piece based on a picture of her friends. Photo provided by Iza Piatkowski.

(Van) Gogh Take AP Art

Written by Iza Piatkowski, Staff Writer April 1, 2024

When you walk into room 806 during blocks two and five, there are artists at work everywhere. In one corner, students carefully clamp a wooden frame around a brilliantly painted canvas. Three stand in...

Orchestra students perform during a concert. Photo provided by LifeTouch.

The Rhythm of Superior Ratings

Written by Mya Haines, Staff Writer March 21, 2024

As the new year settles in, February arises with frantic teachers and stressed musicians; afterall, it is assessment season. Annually, this time of year tends to bring hard rehearsals, extra practicing,...

The Snow Like Ashes series resting in front of a warm fireplace. Photo provided by Jillian Lewis.

Winter’s Wonderful Words

Written by Jillian Lewis, Online Editor March 18, 2024

During the winter months it can be hard to find a good book to read as the winter blues set in. The cold weather makes the air frigid to the bone, but the best cure is curling up around the fireplace with...

Woodgrove actors working hard on choreography and blocking for the song “Summer Nights.” Photo provided by Zoe Carter.

You’re the One that The Grove Theater Wants: Come Watch “Grease” The Musical!

Written by Ava Welsh, Staff Writer February 21, 2024

The Grove Theater is back again for their third spring musical under the direction of Woodgrove High School’s most recent director and theater instructor, Mrs. Beverly Pruzina. Popular Musical Comedy...

An Oscars statuette is one of the most prized awards among filmmakers. Photo found in Creative Commons.

Oscar Nominations: Notable or Nonsensical?

Written by Jennie-Kate Hannis, Staff Writer February 14, 2024

On January 23rd, the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences formally released the nominations for the upcoming 96th Academy Awards, set to be held on March 10th. Among these nominations included popular...

Popular recommendation for the Romantasy genre. Graphic provided by Jillian Lewis.

The Rise of the Romantasy Genre

Written by Jillian Lewis, Online Editor February 14, 2024

Romantasy has become a newly popular genre of book series that mixes the genres of  romance and fantasy. Fantasy became a popular genre in late 19th century England. It stemmed off of old myths, legends,...

The book cover of Out of My Mind. Picture provided by Lindsey Lincoln.

Not Your Usual Coming of Age Film

Written by Shae Wheeler, Staff Writer February 12, 2024

On January 19, 2024, New York Times Bestseller novel, Out Of My Mind by Sharon M. Draper, became a Disney Original film adaptation. It premiered at the Sundance Film Festival in Salt Lake City, Utah. ...

Grease will premiere on Woodgrove’s stage this spring. Photo provided by Creative Commons.

Do You Have “The Lightning?”

Written by Mya Haines, Staff Writer January 26, 2024

This spring, The Grove Theater is presenting an iconic, timeless musical, Grease. Set in the 1950’s, it follows the Pink Ladies and the T-Birds through friendships and teenage life. The musical is based...

A Christmas event at Walt Disney World’s Magic Kingdom with Cinderella’s Castle with a rainbow projection on it and fireworks going off in the background. Photo provided by Lindsey Lincoln.

100 Years of Disney

Written by Shae Wheeler, Staff Writer January 17, 2024

100 years ago in 1923, Walt Disney founded the Walt Disney Company. This year’s anniversary is considered the biggest event in the history of the company, celebrating a century of the magnificent art...

Mrs. Oakley warms up the Symphonic Orchestra with scales. Photo provided by

Woodgrove’s Symphony Stirs up Music Around Town

Written by Mya Haines, Staff Writer January 2, 2024

As the winter season approaches, the music departments are up to their knees in rehearsals and music. The Woodgrove Symphony is preparing two traditional pieces, Sleigh Ride and Christmas Festival, songs...

Movie cover of the 2018 version of How the Grinch Stole Christmas. Photo provided by Creative Commons.

Iconic Holiday Movies

Written by Shae Wheeler, Staff Writer January 2, 2024

The holidays are a significant and busy time of the year for everyone. It is a season full of staying under warm blankets, drinking hot chocolate, and watching holiday movies.  One major holiday favorite...

The logo for Woodgrove podcasts. Photo provided by Mr. Jeff Schutte.

Listen In, Woodgrove

Written by Ethan Tehan, Staff Writer December 20, 2023

Podcasting has taken a huge uprise over the past five years and even more so since the COVID pandemic. Podcasts are easily accessible, you can listen to them on your schedule, and they cover more niche...

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