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Theatre Struggles During the Covid-19 Pandemic

Theatre Struggles During the Covid-19 Pandemic

Written by Lilli Barkley May 27, 2021

Woodgrove High School’s production of Oklahoma goes on despite the challenges of the state’s ongoing Covid protocols. The show went on live at Weatherlea Farm May 14, 15, 16 and virtual performances...

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...

The Leesburg Animal Park logo.

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...

A Year of the Coronavirus

A Year of the Coronavirus

Written by Aidan Leahy and Megan Murphy May 19, 2021

After one year of living with the coronavirus, the impact on high school students has significantly changed with the reopening of schools, sports, and increased vaccinations. With three new vaccinations,...

What to Expect in Your Second AP Exam During a Pandemic

Written by Meghan Dunster, Lainey Lynch, and Ainsleigh Shipp May 19, 2021

The impact of COVID-19 on schools continues as students and teachers alike anticipate the 2021 exam season. The College Board approved three different testing administration plans and Loudoun County Public...

Stimulus checks are being distributed to those in need during the pandemic - Photo provided by Creative Commons.

New Stimulus Approved and What That Means For You

Written by Ryan Wilkinson and David Hamady May 19, 2021

President Joe Biden has approved a $1.9 trillion COVID-19 stimulus package that will be spread across the country to provide relief to those in need.  The focal point of this new stimulus is a $1,400...

Sign on Lovettsville Velocity’s front door saying “FACE MASK REQUIRED.”
Photo provided by Carissa Vergeres.

As States Begin to Reopen in Light of the COVID-19 Vaccines, Many Question if it’s Too Soon

Written by David Hamady, Carissa Vergeres, and Robbie Showers May 14, 2021

The recent creation and increasing distribution of COVID-19 vaccines have led some states to believe that now is the time to end their lockdowns and eliminate mask mandates. This controversial decision...

Coronavirus Vaccines Continue to be Distributed Across the Globe

Written by Ainsleigh Shipp, Lainey Lynch, and Logan Johnson March 22, 2021

As the COVID-19 pandemic rages, countries have had to determine how they will administer vaccines to their citizens. Global governments have implemented varying courses of action regarding vaccination...

Senior Kaitlyn Brooks hand-delivering valentine carnations for a Lifting Lives fundraiser.
Photo provided by Kaitlyn Brooks.

Woodgrove Clubs Survive Quarantine

Written by Aidan Leahy and Megan Murphy March 19, 2021

Clubs at Woodgrove have been struggling to find ways to stay engaged in our communities during the pandemic, but many clubs have found methods to continue reaching out and meeting their goals.  One...

Students Speak Up About a Changed Perspective Post-Coronavirus

Written by Riley Castellano, Logan Johnson, and Kennedy Vacca March 12, 2021

It has been over a year since COVID-19 entered America, marking the beginning of a world-wide pandemic and a turning point in history. Individuals have had to adapt to new conditions while keeping a healthy...

From Creative Commons, Iconic Olympic Rings

The Ring Around the 2021 Olympics

Written by Kayla Norsworthy and Gretchen Nagle March 12, 2021

Originally scheduled to take place from July 22 to August 8, the 2020 Olympic Games in Tokyo, Japan have been postponed amid the Covid-19 outbreak. Olympic athletes were left devastated and confused when...

Woodgrove senior Hope Fahrner after receiving her COVID-19 vaccination. Photo provided by Hope Fahrner

Why You Shouldn’t Be Afraid to Get the COVID-19 Vaccine

Written by Mia Cammarota, Carissa Vergeres, and Emma Tetreault March 12, 2021

The long anticipated COVID-19 vaccine is finally being distributed globally, and in the U.S, 12% of Americans have already received their first dose, but the quick push to get the vaccine out has lots...

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