The Wolf

Issue 2 – December 2021 Pages
Art by Stella Fetherston // Art Editor
Hillsboro’s historical Weil Arcade goes down in flames
Akash Balakumar, Staff Writer • January 20, 2022

Around 2:45 a.m. on Jan. 2, the first Sunday of the new year, the local fire department received multiple calls about a fire on Hillsboro’s East Main Street. Arriving at the...

Astronomical events on the horizon for 2022
Amy Kang, Staff Writer • January 20, 2022

From meteor showers to lunar eclipses, many exciting astronomical phenomena will be visible in 2022.  On May 15, the first total lunar eclipse of the year will occur. The...

President Biden’s first year marked by executive action, frustration
Ava Wittman, Co-Copy/Co-News Editor • January 20, 2022

With the constant fluidity of the world, only exacerbated with an ongoing pandemic, the 2020 elections may seem far in the rearview mirror. President Joe Biden has held office...

Return to distance learning elicits mixed response
Atticus Chames, Staff Writer • January 20, 2022

TuHS closed down on Jan.13 as positive COVID cases were nearing 700 by Friday, Jan. 14, according to the district COVID dashboard. As the Omicron variant continues to infect record-breaking...

Eat out like it’s the ‘60s
Cristian Hernandez, Staff Writer • January 20, 2022

People are always looking for places to eat out – especially new restaurants, since they’re a fresh experience. Unique openings like the long-awaited ‘60s Diner are bound...

Tualatin draws on good luck, hires Jenny Schaljo
Lucy Lyons, Staff Writer • January 20, 2022

“I started doing art when I was 3… and haven’t stopped since.”  This year, Jenny Schaljo joined the TuHS community as a new art teacher.  Her love of art...

Prepare for your college interview with this advice
Emily Phuong Tran, Co-Feature Editor • January 20, 2022

Now that you have submitted your college application, it’s time for interviews!  Don’t be worried, interviewing is probably the best part of the college admissions...

Art by Stella Fetherston
Gifting Sustainably: How you can make a difference this winter
Madison Dowell, Staff Writer

As the holiday season comes in full swing, now is a perfect time to start thinking about how you can help your community and environment with...

Georgia defensive coordinator will be next Oregon head coach
Anna Sherman, Co-Sports Editor • January 20, 2022

The Georgia Bulldogs faced off against defending NCAA champions and number one seed Alabama in the 2022 national championship game. No. 3 Georgia...

Dance team wins state championship
Maya Brisan, Staff Writer • January 20, 2022

While the Tualatin High School dance team had a great season overall, the highlight was winning state on Dec. 4, 2021 at the competition...

Football coach wins league Coach of the Year
Taryn Coulson, Co-Sports Editor • December 17, 2021

Tualatin High School football coach Dan Lever was recently named the Three Rivers League Coach of the Year, following the team’s win at the...

Lazy senior shares tips, realities of battling finals seasons
Emily Phuong Tran, Co-Feature Editor

Buckle up, Timberwolves. It’s finals season! Although the Omicron variant is consuming all of us, nothing matters more than submitting to the...

Sing 2 steals hearts
Amanda Fronczak, Co-Humor Editor

When reflecting on the cinematic masterpiece that is Sing 2, no words came to my mind. This movie left me SPEECHLESS. From the immaculate soundtrack...

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