The Wolf

Issue 3 – December 2020 Pages
Art by Stella Fetherston // Art Editor
Senators-elect Jon Ossoff (left) and Raphael Warnock (right) share an elbow bump on the campaign trail for the Georgia runoff elections. Ossoff and Warnock unseated Republican incumbents Kelly Loeffler and David Perdue on Jan. 5 and earned two more Senate seats for the Democratic Party. Photo courtesy of Jessica McGowen/Getty Images.
Ossoff, Warnock defeat opponents in nail-biting runoff election
Kayla Wolf, Staff Writer • January 15, 2021

The 2020 election season came to a close following the victories of Democratic candidates Jon Ossoff and Raphael Warnock in the Georgia Senate runoff races. According to...

Ancient mural discovered in Amazon Rainforest
Ava Wittman, Staff Writer • January 15, 2021

8-mile stretch of markings provides new look into everyday lives, culture of ancient communities The discovery of ancient markings in what is now the modern-day Columbian segment...

Argentina legalizes abortion: breakthrough for pro-choice movement
Claire Roach, Staff Writer • January 15, 2021

Argentina became the largest nation in Latin America to legalize abortion after 12 hours of debate in the Senate. On Dec. 30, the wider-than-expected margin showed 38 Senate members...

Scotland makes history as first country to make menstrual products free
Naiya Gates, Humor Editor • January 15, 2021

Back in November, Scotland passed a bill making menstrual products free for all people who needed them. With the COVID-19 pandemic occurring, people going in and out of lockdown...

The Wolf prepares students for second semester of online-learning
Teagan Gaviola and Emma J Nelson January 15, 2021

This school year is evidently much different than the past; however, there’s still one constant that everyone can look forward to—a new semester. This year, the feeling of...

Group of teens makes difference with Teen Library Committee
Maya Brisan, Staff Writer • December 16, 2020

The Tualatin Teen Library Committee (TLC) is a committee of teenagers from our community who plan events for other teenagers and try to make the library more appealing to others...

Gen Z creates new ways to connect online
Stella Fetherston, Art Editor • December 16, 2020

Generation Z, born between the years 1996 and 2010, is unique compared to its predecessors, especially when it comes to technology. According to a survey conducted by Common Sense...

Meet the Wolf: Teagan Gaviola, editor-in-chief
Taryn Coulson, Staff Writer • December 16, 2020

In this edition of Meet the Wolf, I caught up with one of this year’s co-editors-in chief, Teagan Gaviola, as she talked about her experience being on the staff and her love...

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Associated Press releases its Top 25 FBS rankings
Evan Frazier, Sports Editor • December 16, 2020

With week 12 behind us, we saw many college football teams play beyond their normal levels. Some teams performed like expected, and some were...

NBA draft picks surprise onlookers
Rhys McLenithan, Staff Writer • December 16, 2020

The NBA draft, aired Nov.18, was hosted by Commissioner Adam Silver. The Minnesota Timberwolves had the first overall pick, and with their selection...

American journalist Sid Hartman passes, legend lives on
Evan Frazier, Sports Editor • November 20, 2020

Sid Hartman, the Minneapolis-based sports journalist, passed away on Oct. 18 from natural causes. He was most known for his outstanding, old-school...

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