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Issue 5 – March 2021 Pages
Art by Stella Fetherston // Art Editor
Stimulus package signed into law
Ava Wittman, News Editor • March 19, 2021

The COVID-19 relief bill proposed by President Joe Biden back in January has been signed into law.   The deal, which aims at providing financial relief to many American...

FDA approves Johnson & Johnson vaccine for emergency use
Ava Wittman, News Editor • March 19, 2021

A third vaccine has been approved for emergency use within the United States. The previous authorizations of both Moderna’s and Pfizer’s vaccines brought a great sense of...

International Women's Month: Women who changed the game
Ava Wittman, News Editor • March 19, 2021

Kamala Harris "At every step of the way, I've been guided by the words I spoke from the first time I stood in a courtroom: Kamala Harris, For the People." After a lifelong career...

All Oregon public schools directed to reopen by April
Halle Meslow, Feature Editor • March 19, 2021

After a year-long shift to online instruction, all Oregon public schools are now being given the green light to open their classrooms for hybrid and/or in-person education this...

Historical milestone: All-female group leads Tualatin City Council
Shea Carlberg, Copy Editor • March 19, 2021

Following the elections of a new board of representatives for the Tualatin City Council, the city is seeing its first ever all-female-led group apart from the mayor. This has been...

Diamond Princess cruise ship passenger reflects on COVID-19, one year later
Diamond Princess cruise ship passenger reflects on COVID-19, one year later
Halle Meslow, Feature Editor • March 19, 2021

As the one-year anniversary of national lockdowns due to the COVID-19 pandemic is rapidly approaching, March 2021 marks a natural point of reflection for many across the globe....

Students share suggestions for managing anxiety during pandemic
Claire Ku, Staff Writer • March 19, 2021

As the one year mark of COVID-19 passes, it’s important to look back and recognize the immense impact that the pandemic has had on our lives. For many, it means facing difficult...

International Women's Month: Women who changed the game
Ava Wittman, News Editor • March 19, 2021

Kamala Harris "At every step of the way, I've been guided by the words I spoke from the first time I stood in a courtroom: Kamala Harris, For the People." After a lifelong career...

Polls

Do you think we'll get back to in-person learning this year?

  • No. (54%, 20 Votes)
  • Yes, but hybrid learning. (46%, 17 Votes)
  • Yes, full time. (0%, 0 Votes)

Total Voters: 37

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Dasan Zeller
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Tualatin football revels in first game of season despite loss: recap
Anna Sherman, Staff Writer • March 19, 2021

The Tualatin Timberwolves fell short to West Linn, with a final score of 37-6, after playing their first football game as a team in over 15 months.  They...

Baskets, brackets, ballers: The Wolf offers up March Madness predictions
Simon Ulibarri, Staff Writer • March 19, 2021

In the next week, sports fans across the country will gather around their televisions, laptops and iPads rooting for their March Madness selections...

NBA All-Star Game happens despite COVID-19
Evan Frazier, Sports Editor • March 19, 2021

All-Star weekend: the event where new stars are born, old stars have fun and fans enjoy. This All-Star weekend was nothing shy of great, having...

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