The Wolf

Issue 1 – October 2021 Pages
Art by Stella Fetherston // Editor-in-Chief
Worker shortages persist despite higher pay
Cristian Hernandez, Staff Writer • November 29, 2021

A plethora of people are having trouble finding jobs in the United States despite seeing “we’re hiring” signs on every corner. Although this is a problem, some people have...

Concerns arise over fear of new COVID variant
Andrew Epp, Bilingual Editor • October 27, 2021

“It feels like we're going around in circles and it never stops.”  Those are the words of Gavin McDonald, a Tualatin senior, as he recounts his experiences during the...

World leaders convene to tackle requirements of Paris Agreement
Claire Roach, Website/Asst. Opinion Editor • October 27, 2021

To meet the goals of the Paris Agreement, a group of world leaders will meet for the 26th session of the United Nations Climate Change Conference of the Parties (COP26). This year,...

Plastic curtains can be seen draping down against the restaurant’s front windows, as seen in the image above.
Two new restaurants open by Donutland
Juliana Villanueva, Staff Writer • October 27, 2021

Two upcoming eateries – Samurai Sushi and Thai as well as the ‘60s Diner – have leased and opened venues alongside Donutland.  Donutland is a donut-shop located at...

Volunteer opportunities abound this holiday season
Isabella Kneeshaw, Feature Editor • November 29, 2021

As the holiday’s get closer, it’s easy to get caught up in the lights, music and festivities, but it’s important to remember the value that comes with giving back to our...

Rainy-day activities keep us busy until sun returns
Maya Brisan, Staff Writer • November 29, 2021

As Oregonians, we are familiar with our winters; there are few days without rain. It can be easy to let the rainy and downcast weather dampen your spirits, but there are so many...

New Staff Spotlight: Hendricks joins TuHS’s science department
Olivia Trone, Bilingual Editor • November 29, 2021

Tualatin High School (TuHS) has welcomed many new teachers this year, each as interesting and special as the last.  In an interview with The Wolf, new science teacher William...

TuHS staff sports many fresh faces this fall
Lucy Lyons, Staff Writer • October 27, 2021

Tualatin High School welcomed a large number of new staff to the community this fall.  In an interview with The Wolf, new marketing teacher Jenna Baird shared her journey...

“New normal” provokes discussions about unknown future at TuHS
Elle Davis, Fold Editor

To say the last 19 months have been difficult is an understatement. With new COVID-19 variants like Delta, reinstated mandates, conversations...

Las Vegas Raiders appoint interim head coach
Juliana Villanueva, Staff Writer • November 29, 2021

The Las Vegas Raiders appointed their special teams coordinator Rich Bassacia to be their interim head coach last month. Just before his promotion,...

Ducks legend Marcus Mariota leaves lasting impact on team
Olivia Trone, Bilingual Editor • November 29, 2021

If you’re a true Oregon Ducks fan, you know the famous Marcus Mariota. The Heisman-winning quarterback helped the team go to the BCS National...

Photo courtesy of Miles Vance Photography.
Day in the life of TuHS cross country athlete Cole Noretto
Mahathi Sridhar, Copy Editor • November 29, 2021

In this edition of "Day in the Life," The Wolf catches up with Cole Noretto, a senior on the varsity boys’ cross country team. Following its...

TuHS bathrooms suck
Andrew Epp, Bilingual Editor

Since coming back to school, it's been great to reconnect with others and fall back into a normal routine of seeing old friends, going to football...

Tualatin’s garden corner curves reopen… temporarily
Naiya Gates, Humor Editor

The Tualatin community has been through a lot over the last few months and acknowledgement is long overdue. We have been affected by the heartbreaking...

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