School Offers New Wilderness Therapy Trip

by Cliff Vacin ‘25 After complaints from Sherwood students and the SGA about the lack of general field trips, the school administration intervened to create a new “adventure abroad” field trip that is planned to take place in early December. The week-long Wilderness Therapy camp in Summersville, West Virginia is open to students in all levels, and all it requires … Read More

Students Unionize Against Work

by Jordan Costolo ‘25 A small but very vocal minority of students have banded together to fight back against the teachers of Sherwood. Inspired by the recent efforts of workers to unionize at massive corporations such as Apple, Amazon, and Starbucks, junior Jackson Shun created the Fellowship of Students in Solidarity (FSS). The FSS is demanding that students receive no … Read More

Star Mascot for Ravens Out for Season

HUMOR DISCLAIMER: This section is intended as satire and uses the tools of exaggeration, irony, or ridicule in the context of politics, current trends, recent school events, and other topical issues. by Aviv Klayman ‘24 The first home game for the Ravens on September 18 against the Miami Dolphins ended disastrously after the Dolphins scored 29 points in the 4th … Read More

Unsolved Mysteries of Sherwood’s Lockers

HUMOR DISCLAIMER: This section is intended as satire and uses the tools of exaggeration, irony, or ridicule in the context of politics, current trends, recent school events, and other topical issues. by Jordan Costolo ‘25 It’s not that we ran out of ideas for the show. We’ve covered numerous mysteries, such as mysterious monsters, kooky kidnappings, and spiritual shenanigans. But … Read More

(not) exactly news: June 2022

HUMOR DISCLAIMER: This section is intended as satire and uses the tools of exaggeration, irony, or ridicule in the context of politics, current trends, recent school events, and other topical issues. by Ella Scher ‘23 Forever 21 Is Actually Closing For Real This Time–No Guys I’m Serious Tens of thousands of teens across the nation were left shell-shocked and stunned … Read More

Abnormal Advice: Revolutions

HUMOR DISCLAIMER: This section is intended as satire and uses the tools of exaggeration, irony, or ridicule in the context of politics, current trends, recent school events, and other topical issues. by Ben Schoenberg ‘24 Dear Benjamin, I read an article in The Warrior about ghosts in our school. I have a horrible fear of ghosts and don’t want them … Read More

Sarah Palin Was Trump Before Trump Gained GOP Following

by Dylan Sondike ‘24 On March 18, 2022, Alaska’s lone member of the House of Representatives, Don Young, passed away at the age of 89 as the longest Republican ever to serve in Congress. In an upcoming special election to fill the seat, Sarah Palin has thrown her name in the ring. In 2006, Palin became the Governor of Alaska … Read More

How Students Feel During School vs. During the Summer

HUMOR DISCLAIMER: This section is intended as satire and uses the tools of exaggeration, irony, or ridicule in the context of politics, current trends, recent school events, and other topical issues. by Nicholas Schade ‘23

Fun in Sherwood’s Sun

HUMOR DISCLAIMER: This section is intended as satire and uses the tools of exaggeration, irony, or ridicule in the context of politics, current trends, recent school events, and other topical issues. by Nicholas Schade ‘23