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Student Views

05 Nov MWMF Through the Eyes of Noah, Grade 10

The Draw of the Mountains The first panel on the Writers Festival was on the subject of mountain writing. It had a truly diverse group of people with two writers, a journalist, and an ecologist sitting on it. It was moderated by journalist, author, and director of Global Health Strategies, Amrita...

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28 Oct Shar Shares her Views on MWMF 2015

We asked Shar, Grade 11, to write up a review of  Mussoorie Writers Mountain Festival 2015 from a student's perspective and though she was reluctant at first, she delivered her article in true Shar style - saying it like it is! A clouded leopard stalks across the screen. A tiger munches on a...

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14 Oct Sculpted Statements

Pablo Picasso once said, “Sculpture is the art of the intelligence.” These meaningful pieces resonate with ideas. It’s been a month for sculpting at Woodstock. Grade 5 and 6 have been creating a multitude of wire sculptures in Adam Hubbard’s class. The expressions might seem familiar. If not, there’s more...

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07 Oct The Tiger: Fall Issue

Starting today, we bring you the Woodstock  School Newspaper put together by our student journalists and staff advisor Christopher Rhatigan (Social studies Teacher). The Newspaper club is part of PASSAGE activities that Upper Years students voluntarily participate in over and above academic requirements. They meet twice a week.       [caption id="attachment_19844" align="aligncenter" width="673"] Pg2[/caption] [caption id="attachment_19845"...

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