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Rowdy sophomores explained
Evelyn Rusnac, Staff Writer

It's been four years since COVID-19, and the effects on my generation still show. I'm guessing most of the teachers, staff and even the other...

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Music embraces our emotions, memories
Lea Olivares Raudes, Graphics Team

When I miss someone, I listen to their music. When I am reminiscing about a pastime, I will turn on the playlist I made while living my said...

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Appreciating Friendship
Frida Ruiz, Graphics Team

Friendship holds immense significance in our lives, contributing to our overall well-being and happiness. The issue lies in establishing genuine...

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Celebrities are manipulating their fans with parasocial relationships
Daisy Valencia, Staff Writer

While it isn’t unhealthy to like a celebrity, a fixation can get obsessive. When someone fixates on a celebrity, they may comment on their...

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New fashion trends emerge in 2024
Victoria Gillard, Humor Editor

As we embark on 2024, old fashion trends fall out and new fashion trends arise. Though many of the popular fashion trends from 2023 will stay,...

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Cinema-lovers anticipate great year ahead
Karys Gates, Fold Editor

There’s no doubt that 2023 was one of the best movie-releasing years yet. From Barbie to Oppenheimer, there was a movie for everyone.  However,...

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Paul King’s Wonka takes new approach at Roald Dahl’s Charlie and the Chocolate Factory
Zelda Zamora-Villa, Staff Writer

Paul King’s Wonka, starring Timothée Chalamet as Willy Wonka himself, takes a new approach to Roald Dahl’s Charlie and the Chocolate Factory....

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Production company A24 stays on top in difficult movie time
Frida Ruiz, Graphics Team

The movie industry was brought to a halt in July 2023. The double strike of actors and writers alike had Hollywood studios and streamers at a...

Argentina struggles to make progress in ongoing economic crisis
Alex Ehrhart, Staff Writer • February 29, 2024

Argentina is in a state of crisis. The South American country has struggled with stability for decades. According to official statistics from 2023, 40.1 percent of its citizens...

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Southern states now facing crisis amid migrant surge
Esmeralda De Leon Boyas, Staff Writer • February 29, 2024

Major cities across the southern US are faced with a record number of migrants at the US Mexican border. With the arrival of more migrants at the border, Texas Gov. Gregg ...

Is this new year your year?
Anthony Yac, Staff Writer • February 29, 2024

It’s a new year. The fresh start of a new year leaves people with optimistic views and the will to change something in their lives that they weren’t able to change the year...

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Banana Bread: Savior of the universe
Frida Ruiz and Liam Frith February 29, 2024

At first sight, banana bread appears trivial, a valueless baked good wholly unimportant. But with a closer, more nuanced and intentional look, banana bread is shown to be an astoundingly...

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Fully experiencing love requires vulnerability
Kayla Vo, Copy Editor

In a society that often preaches the virtue of patience and the idea that good things come to those who wait, the pursuit of love often proves...

Love inspires social change
Frida Ruiz, Graphics Team

In a world often dominated by the challenges of inequality, discrimination and systemic injustices, the idea of love may seem like a sentimental...

Leaving space for pain can influence the way we live
Sam Dunn, Art & Bilingual Editor

As we hope to swim with the current, floating mindlessly until we forget, the tether wrapped around our stomachs keeps us still, advising patience....

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Bailey balances academics, hockey training with elite team
Makayla Simonelic, Staff Writer • February 29, 2024

Hockey is not as prominent here in the Pacific Northwest (PNW) as it is on the East Coast and in Canada. However, we do have some elite players...

Seniors speak on 2023 winter sports season
Akash Balakumar, Editor-in-Chief • February 29, 2024

As winter sports wrap up and league games officially end, The Wolf interviewed some senior winter sport athletes: CJ Goodwin (boys’ basketball),...

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March Madness fans look forward to tournament
Andrew Gerlach, Staff Writer • February 29, 2024

As the college basketball season continues to inch towards March, teams slowly show who wants to win more. College basketball is tricky, as the...

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A love letter to the International Baccalaureate program
Olivia Trone, Editor-in-Chief

The International Baccalaureate (IB) program is something that makes most people say, “What is that?” Advanced Placement (AP) students say,...

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New Makita cement shear does wonders for all cement cutting needs
Liam Frith, Entertainment Editor

The month of February has brought with it the obvious and recurring question, now on the minds of many Tualatin students (particularly juniors):...

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Valentine’s Day deserves criticisms
Emma Regimbald, Staff Writer

Valentine’s Day is a day filled with unnecessary decorations, irritating displays of love and exchanges of mediocre candy. As hard as I have...

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