Humor: Coronavirus Social Distancing, Remind You of Anything?

HUMOR DISCLAIMER: This article is intended as satire and uses the tools of humor, irony, exaggeration, or ridicule in the context of contemporary politics, current trends, recent school events, and other topical issues. by Nick Stonesifer ‘20 With the global COVID-19 pandemic dominating our lives and how we go about our daily affairs, I have taken it upon myself to … Read More

Humor: Tips and Tricks for (Poorly) Dealing with Writer’s Block

HUMOR DISCLAIMER: This article is intended as satire and uses the tools of humor, irony, exaggeration, or ridicule in the context of contemporary politics, current trends, recent school events, and other topical issues. by Drew Scott ‘20  Have you ever tried to write something for school, but the gears in your head just won’t turn, so you pour lubricant in … Read More

Humor: Students Devastated at Discovery of Sherwood Elementary’s Word Theft

HUMOR DISCLAIMER: This article is intended as satire and uses the tools of humor, irony, exaggeration, or ridicule in the context of contemporary politics, current trends, recent school events, and other topical issues. by Jimmy Yates ‘21 When Principal Eric Minus started at Sherwood, he immediately brought with him change. Minus introduced new expectations, “Pillars of Excellence,” and even slogans. … Read More

Humor: It’s Rona Season!

HUMOR DISCLAIMER: This article is intended as satire and uses the tools of humor, irony, exaggeration, or ridicule in the context of contemporary politics, current trends, recent school events, and other topical issues. by Jackson Hongtong ’21 Breaking news: It was reported by TMZ that the source of the Coronavirus that is spreading around the world is from the beer, … Read More

Humor: 300 Students Devote Themselves to Local Cult

HUMOR DISCLAIMER: This article is intended as satire and uses the tools of humor, irony, exaggeration, or ridicule in the context of contemporary politics, current trends, recent school events, and other topical issues. by Nick Stonesifer ’20 After spending any amount of time at Sherwood High School, it’s safe to say that we all go to school in the middle … Read More

Humor: Looking on the Bright Side of Climate Change

HUMOR DISCLAIMER: This article is intended as satire and uses the tools of humor, irony, exaggeration, or ridicule in the context of contemporary politics, current trends, recent school events, and other topical issues. by Carlee Malone ‘20 It’s everywhere in the news: “Confronting New Climate Realities” and “Climate Emergency: A Humanitarian Call to Action.” Climate change is a pressing issue, … Read More

Humor: Bad Boys Are Bad for You

HUMOR DISCLAIMER: This article is intended as satire and uses the tools of humor, irony, exaggeration, or ridicule in the context of contemporary politics, current trends, recent school events, and other topical issues. by Martholdy Pierre-Canel ‘21 Now I get it, you read a couple of Wattpad stories in middle school, such as “After” when an innocent girl makes the … Read More

Humor: Enjoy the New Way To Rebel

HUMOR DISCLAIMER: This article is intended as satire and uses the tools of humor, irony, exaggeration, or ridicule in the context of contemporary politics, current trends, recent school events, and other topical issues. by Drew Scott ’20 If you’re not living under a rock in this modern age, you‘ve likely heard the phrase, “Ok Boomer.” This one line causes the … Read More

Humor: Is the Cybertruck Even Cool?

HUMOR DISCLAIMER: This article is intended as satire and uses the tools of humor, irony, exaggeration, or ridicule in the context of contemporary politics, current trends, recent school events, and other topical issues. by Matt Rosenthal ‘22 Sophomore Alex Johnson wants his first car to be a truck. However, Johnson’s family is an environmentally friendly family. They use solar panels, … Read More

Humor: Ranking Sherwood’s Water Fountains

HUMOR DISCLAIMER: This article is intended as satire and uses the tools of humor, irony, exaggeration, or ridicule in the context of contemporary politics, current trends, recent school events, and other topical issues. by Jenna Bloom ’21 H2O. Agua. Dihydrogen Monoxide (shout out to Honors Chemistry for that one). Water. We need it to survive, we need water. Luckily, our … Read More