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The disadvantages of the easy way
Evelyn Rusnac, Staff Writer

More and more in life, I am seeing everyone around me take the easy way, especially with the rise of ChatGPT. Why take two hours to write something...

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Hostile arcitecture’s rampant rise leaves houseless with nowhere to go
Arlo Dibble, Staff Writer

Hostile architecture is a method by which urban planners design specific places to be unlivable for homeless people with the intent of eliminating...

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“TikTok Made Me Buy It” leads to overconsumption nightmare
Daisy Valencia, Staff Writer

In the era of microtrends, it’s easy to fall down the rabbit hole of viral aesthetics on TikTok. It’s exciting to see an influencer with...

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What are you so afraid of?
Rachael Ann Sanford, Staff Writer

In the hallways of Tualatin High School (TuHS), where zombies lurk and where cobwebs grow, hides my biggest fear…a test I forgot to study for!...

Studio Ghibli Fest ends with one last showstopper, Spirited Away, at select cinemas
Rachael Ann Sanford and Juliana Villanueva

“I’ve never felt so peaceful before,” Sophie—a character from the film Howl's Moving Castle—expresses.  Indeed, Sophie’s...

Art by Rachael Sanford
Artists give back by raising millions for charity
Jordan Anderson, Staff Writer

In the early days of their career, many artists struggle to gain traction. However, as their careers take off, a large number of artists use...

Alyssa Diaz & Arlo Dibble
Barista’s Guide to the Starbucks fall menu
Alyssa Diaz and Arlo Dibble

With the leaves turning golden, there is something that marks the beginning of fall for everyone. . . the annual release of the Starbucks fall...

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Pumpkin pie review: searching for the best pie
Emma Regimbald, Staff Writer

Every fall, I make it my mission to eat as much pumpkin pie as possible. This year, I teamed up with my good friend Charlotte Garpestad, a senior...

PPS Teachers Go On Strike. Photo taken from @pdxteachers Instagram.
Kaiser, PPS labor strikes affect Oregonians’ daily lives
Makayla Simonelic, Staff Writer • November 21, 2023

Kaiser Permanente staff all over the country rallied together in early November, walking out on the job and protesting staff shortages as well as lower-than-desired pay. This is...

Art by Samantha Dunn
Recent resurgence of COVID-19 prompts concern
Liam Frith, Staff Writer • October 30, 2023

COVID-19 has been picking up its pace worldwide and here in Oregon in recent weeks, mostly due to new, highly-infective mutations of the virus. According to the most recent data...

Olivia Rodrigo’s GUT-wrenching album revamps her reputation
Parker Morgan, Staff Writer • November 3, 2023

Famous for her award-winning debut album SOUR, Olivia Rodrigo released her second studio album GUTS, on Friday, Sept. 8. With high anticipation and fans worrying about the possibility...

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Lunch release stickers are making a comeback
Parker Morgan, Staff Writer • November 3, 2023

Tualatin High School (TuHS) reintroduced lunch release stickers to students at the beginning of the school year. Students are able to ask for forms in the front office that require...

Art by Samantha Dunn
Beyoncé and Taylor Swift dominate the music industry
Parker Morgan, Staff Writer

Beyoncé and Taylor Swift are currently touring globally, bringing people and fans together through their music, clothing and concert openers....

Music acts as creative outlet for political expression
Zelda Zamora-Villa, Staff Writer

Music has always been an expressive medium for artists, especially opinionated ones. This artform becomes a shared experience with listeners,...

Music has undeniable unifying quality that bridges our divides
Liam Frith, Entertainment Editor

 Differences in language, culture and perception have created a fake wall, splitting humanity apart from itself. We've built a universe...

Coach Lisa Harings. Photo courtesy of Hunter Espinoza
Boys’ varsity soccer team attains new head coach
Juliana Villanueva, Sports Editor • November 3, 2023

Tualatin High’s boys’ varsity soccer team has a new head coach this season: Coach Lisa Harings.  “Anytime you have a new coaching...

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Football audiences cheer for themed games
Jaden Steppe, Staff Writer • November 3, 2023

This fall, Tualatin High School (TuHS) has held a number of themed football games to boost school spirit. Every game has had a different theme,...

NBA Preview: Which teams have set themselves up for success?
Andrew Gerlach, Staff Writer • November 3, 2023

As the chaotic offseason comes to an end, let’s reflect on what positive changes have been made in the NBA since last year.  The NBA...

Class of 2023 over the years
Isabella Kneeshaw and Claire Roach

As the Class of 2023 we are incredibly grateful to be graduating in a real-life auditorium, but let’s not forget the trials, hardships,Google...

Photograph by Akash Balakumar.
Incoming freshmen are in for a surprise
Marc Khanna, Staff Writer

Ah, it’s almost that time again. In about three months, we will have to welcome yet again a brand new crop of confused, clueless students....

Graphic by Simon Phipps.
The dark history of the TuHS seal
Simon Phipps, Co-News-Editor

Class of 2023: If you have even breathed on the seal, I am so sorry for what is headed your way. It’s likely you’ve never even read the...

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