Humor: Cuffing Season Leaves Students Distraught

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 Taylor Wallace ’21 So, it’s that time of year again. A time where cute love songs fill the air. A time where every other post on … Read More

Humor: Did 2KFORBES Film It?

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 This year’s football season has been one for the ages. School spirit has been at an all time high, and students from all … Read More

Who Has Time for Pep?

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. Drew Scott ‘20 As the school year marches into second quarter, an inevitable reality has settled on Sherwood. We still have to go to pep rallies. Now, … Read More

Humor: Nuke it All!

‘Trump Suggested Nuking Hurricanes to Stop Them From Hitting U.S.’- Axios, August 25 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 Julia Robins ‘20 America’s Greatest President has done it again! Donald Trump has the head-spinning, jaw-dropping, … Read More

Humor: Finding a Safe Space

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 Finding places in schools where you can feel safe can prove quite difficult. But if you’re truly in need of a safe space, look no … Read More

Humor: Apple’s iStand Proves that People Will Buy 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. Drew Scott ’20 With the success of Apple’s new product, a $999 stand for your Apple TV, one thing has been made crystal clear. People are really … Read More

Humor Writers Graduate, Leaving Warrior Pride in Shambles and Students in Despair

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 Noah Corman ‘19 For those who remember, the former overlord of the Humor section, Jared Schwartz, predicted that this year’s Humor section would tragically fall apart without his … Read More

Humor: Vaccines Affirm Your Opinions

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 Lauren Hesse ‘19 In a groundbreaking new study, two Harvard scientists have concluded that getting a vaccine, of any type, causes serious neurological side effects if … Read More

Humor: Students Finally Get Organized and Relax, Thanks to KonMari Method of Visualization

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. Drew Scott ‘20 With the end of the year approaching, many students are rushing to get their final grades up to acceptable, punishment-clearing levels. However, there may … Read More

Humor: Jock Outs Himself as a Nerd, Breaks Down Barriers for Student Athletes Everywhere

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 Devon Goldstein ‘21 and Sudha Sudaker ‘21 Most people know senior Charlie Stanley for his stellar athletic performance on the lacrosse field. However, many would be … Read More