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26 Mar The Real Stress Of ‘Mocks’

With mock exams around the corner, stress levels are rising. Nevertheless, Woodstock students seem to find a way to deal with it. Here are some stress-busting tips from our students: “Eat. Just eat. Just eat a lot of chocolates.” “Watch YouTube videos like Punjabi comedians, superwoman and Michelle Phan.” “Call your mom. She will...

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24 Mar To Pee Or Not To Pee: A Review Of Urinetown

[gallery ids="7449,7450,7446,7444,7447,7448,7457,7451,7452,7454,7456,7453,7455"]   Last Friday, grade 11 went to see Woodstock School’s musical, Urinetown. Urinetown is a spoof on Our Town, and is about a post-apocalyptic world where people must pay to go to the bathroom because of water shortages. With witty dialogue, the perfect amount of satire, and catchy songs, Urinetown was...

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18 Mar Holi: The Festival of Colours

By Laura -Grade 11  Photos:courtesy YeonSol & Laura I have always wanted to participate in Holi, even before I knew that living in India would be in my imminent future. Today, my wish was fulfilled when I put on the worst clothes I own, grabbed a handful of colored powder, and had a...

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14 Mar A Turn At Turner Garden

By Laura - Student This semester, I have signed up for the Turner Garden CARE program, and it is by far my favorite PASSAGE activity I ’ve been a part of at Woodstock. For the past three weeks, our group has been helping around the garden; repairing various greenhouses, and planting carrots, potatoes, and...

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13 Mar Disaster Around The Corner

By Pranit - Student Bicycling had been almost a daily activity for me between the age of six and twelve. My bicycle and I shared a deep bond deeper than that of the strongest love. I went as far as the eye could see with my loyal companion. This sufficiently explains why I was...

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10 Mar Why I Joined WS T.R.I.B.E (Traditions, Ideas And Beliefs Explored)

[caption id="attachment_7036" align="aligncenter" width="933"] Photo by Anjuri[/caption] By Tseki  - Student The world is a chasm. A chasm or emptiness stretching far and wide as more and more people lose their ability to have peaceful discussions leading to understanding. Discussions where no offence is taken to what others believe. Discussions where people...

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10 Sep Experiencing Woodstock

Hello, You know that feeling when you spontaneously want to try something new in life? One minute you’re sitting there doing your homework and the next – you just jump out of your seat and declare that you need an adventure. This adventure could be anything - from a change in habit...

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