• Spring Break! Be Safe Warriors 3/30/18 - 4/7/18

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  • Choir Concert 3/8/18

  • Snoball Pep Assembly & Game 2/23/18

  • WHS Band Concert 2/22/18

Want a tattoo, here are some things to know before you go

Michelle McClintic, Assitant editor-in-chief

March 1, 2018

Filed under News

Getting a tattoo(s) is on the rise and many students are getting them recently some even in Woodhaven HS, but does anyone know what some risks are when getting them? Do you know how to protect them? Well if you didn't this article...

Life in war benefits

Cheyenne, event planner

March 1, 2018

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If I joined the military would my life be different? What is life after the military? Joining the military is a serious decision to make your dedication and sacrificing a lot when you vow your life to the services of the united...

Why was JFK assassinated,and by who?

Nick Sona, Photographer

February 14, 2018

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The mystery of the 35th president of the United States, John F. Kennedy, is still yet to be completely solved. The commonly accepted “truth” is that he was killed by Lee Harvey Oswald, but there’s just too many details that...

A sad but growing reality

Michelle McClintic, Assitant editor-in-chief

February 6, 2018

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“41 percent of first marriages end in divorce, 60 percent of second marriages end in divorce, 73 percent of third marriages end in divorce,” Said Washington  divorce counselor Mckinley Irvin. Why is it that so many people...

Net neutrality

Net neutrality

January 19, 2018

Trying new things at WHS

Trying new things at WHS

January 19, 2018

What is net neutrality, and how long until its gone?

Nick Sona, Photographer

December 15, 2017

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This Thursday, December 14, the FCC (Federal Communications Commission) will vote on whether to end net neutrality or not. Internet users all over the web have been spreading the importance of the issue, and many have overlooked...

Conflicts with North Korea

Nick Sona, Photographer

October 2, 2017

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   Tensions have intensified between North Korea and the US after recent threats and nuclear testing. Although, this is nothing new, North Korea has been carrying out nuclear tests for over a decade. In 1985, North K...

How WHS students view advisory program

Nicole Garland, Layout Editor

May 31, 2017

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Everyday we come to school, go to our classes, do homework and do it all over again. This year however, Woodhaven High School started a new tradition to try to improve the grades of their students. Homeroom is a fifteen minu...

The Hidden Reality of Animal Testing

Carolyn Girard, Print Editor-In-Chief

May 30, 2017

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  The cosmetic world has been at it’s highest success in 2017 more than ever. Every month new products fly off the shelves and onto the face, but what people don’t realize is that so are the thousands of harmful c...

America Missed the Memo on Parenting

Carolyn Girard, Print Editor-In-Chief

May 30, 2017

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In many other cultures, taking care of a newborn child is one of the most important times of  a parent’s life. New parents can celebrate their newborn and get to know their child without the worry of losing their job or co...

Mother of all bombs

Mother of all bombs

May 15, 2017

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