Get ready for Spirit Week!

Tanner Muhlestein, Arts and Entertainment Editor

September 30, 2011

Filed under Arts and Entertainment

Sometimes in our lives, we have the special realization that we are part of something special.  You may or may not know that this week is spirit week, but it is and any one with even an ounce of school spirit will get involved.   Monday-... Read more »

Undie Run

Kaestle Charlesworth, Opinion Writer

September 30, 2011

Filed under Opinion

Before homecoming, I was eating dinner downtown in Salt Lake at Cannella’s. Our table was located next to the window with a breathtaking view of the cathedral across the street. I spent a lot of time looking across... Read more »

New Age Entertainment for Teens

David Giles, Arts and Entertainment Writer

September 30, 2011

Filed under Arts and Entertainment

When I become a parent I will ask what my teens are doing for fun. That becomes the story. What are teens doing for fun these days?  There is a wide variety of entertainment around these days. Some examples include, movies, dating,... Read more »

Exciting Homecoming Game

Nate Vaughn, Sports Writer

September 28, 2011

Filed under Activities and Athletics

The spotlights were on, and the fans were cheering far into the night as the WX homecoming game came to a close of 42-20 win. The night was full of excitement for both sides as the night went along. With amazing touchdowns and... Read more »

Pump it up with Pep Band

David Giles, Arts and Entertainment Writer

September 28, 2011

Filed under Arts and Entertainment

What is all that noise? HA! What noise? That’s the Woods Cross High Band helping the students cheer on the team.  Football games are a fun and exciting way for the musicians to play for the school. “Pep band was a great way... Read more »

Contagion, Myth or Possibility

Tanner Muhlestein, Arts and Entertainment Editor

September 27, 2011

Filed under Arts and Entertainment

On September 9, 2011, a new kind of scary rolled through the United States.  Contagion, a high octane drama about an uncontrollable flu virus that is claiming lives left and right.  Contagion has already grossed 57.53 million... Read more »

We Are One

Kaestle Charlesworth, Sports Writer

September 26, 2011

Filed under Activities and Athletics

u·ni·ty Absence of diversity; unvaried or uniform character. The state of being one; oneness A whole or totality as combining all its... Read more »

Lunch: Get the best for your buck.

Lauren McMullin, Opinion Editor

September 26, 2011

Filed under Opinion

As soon as the lunch bell rings at 12:10, students pile into the backseats of their cars and spin off into various locations to hunt for the cheapest places to eat.  Some of the more popular places to eat include Blimpie, Joy... Read more »

Scare to Care

Paulina Blosch, Student Life Staff

September 26, 2011

Filed under Student Life

                The Children’s Service Society is giving Woods Cross a great opportunity to make money for our school, help Utah’s kids, and better yet: get discounts!                 The Cross... Read more »

Last Chance

Last Chance

September 23, 2011