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The Wolf

The Student News Site of Tualatin High School

The Wolf

The Student News Site of Tualatin High School

The Wolf


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Encourage challenge, embrace failure
Alex Ehrhart, News Editor

Confirmation bias is the tendency to search for, favor and recall information in a way that supports one's prior beliefs or values. It is a real...

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Hollywood continues to churn out losers, cancel rare good shows
Evelyn Rusnac, Staff Writer

New movies or shows have always been something to look forward to. They have always been a way to bond with my family and a way to relax after...

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Paris Fashion Week 2024 leaves much to be desired
Daisy Valencia, Staff Writer

I’ve never seen anything quite like Paris Fashion Week 2024. Fashion shows of this prestige are not meant to show off an actual line but instead...

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Undefeatable Sephora kids feel pressure to overtreat skin
Lea Olivares Raudes, Staff Writer

The first time I ever dared to step into a makeup store was on my 13th birthday. I had saved up all my money and was prepared to get the basics:...

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Cover song captures women’s history, entangled with fight against materialist treatment
Liam Frith, Entertainment Editor

Within feminist Simone Beauvoir's famous 1949 book The Second Sex – 900 pages I won’t pretend to have read in part or full – the French...

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Movie fans anticipate sequels, trilogies and quadrilogies
Rachael Ann Sanford, Staff Writer

When was the last time a movie you liked needed a sequel but never got one? Or a movie that didn’t need a sequel got one? Sequels and trilogies...

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Providence Park revives role as concert venue
Lea Olivares Raudes, Staff Writer

Providence Park is mostly known for its exhilarating Portland Thorns and Timbers games, but what seems to commonly be forgotten is its musical...

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TikTok previews new music streaming platform
Victoria Gillard, Humor Editor

TikTok Music – recently released in 163 countries – was designed to blend seamlessly with the fifth most popular social media platform in...

Oregon misses total solar eclipse
Emma Regimbald, Staff Writer • April 8, 2024

 A total eclipse will be visible in parts of the US, Canada and Mexico on April 8, 2024. While this event is similar to the 2017 eclipse, Oregon won’t be able to see nearly...

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Portland Community College classified employees prepare to strike
Jordan Anderson, Staff Writer • March 22, 2024

Portland Community College students may soon feel the effects of a looming staff strike. The Portland Community College Federation of Classified Employees (PCCFCE) has been preparing...

Day in the life of TuHS principal Michael Dellerba
Olivia Trone, Editor-in-Cheif • March 30, 2024

Tualatin High School (TuHS) principal Michael Dellerba works tirelessly to serve the students of TuHS. While most of his job tends to be behind the scenes, he is constantly making...

Robotics team ends successful season at regionals
Alyssa Diaz, Co-Feature Editor • March 30, 2024

Our Tualatin High School (TuHS) robotics team made it to regionals this year in Salem, Ore. This is the first time since 2019 that our robotics team has made it to compete at a...

Sustainability confronts American materialism
Liam Frith, Entertainment Editor

The American spirit seems preoccupied with an unending cultural drive for expansion, stimulation and acquisition. In every realm of society and...

Student finds satisfaction in choosing DIY over fast fashion
Kayla Vo, Copy Editor

People are rediscovering the joy of Doing-It-Yourself (DIY) and upcycling, leading to pushing consumerism out of normality. Buying things online...

STEM majors increase while interest in humanities falls
Liam Frith, Entertainment Editor

“This is what happens when you all get STEM majors,” read a tweet reply I remember seeing a few years ago, under a post that claimed the...

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Day in the life: Two track athletes share routines
Alex Ehrhart, News Editor • March 30, 2024

As the cherry blossoms begin to bloom, track season begins, and with the first meet just days away, athletes who have put in the work this winter...

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Senior baseball player reflects on last season
Frida Ruiz, Staff Writer • March 30, 2024

With the spring sports season starting, our Tualatin High School (TuHS) baseball team gears up for what seems to be an unforgettable season....

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Major League baseball teams spend, hoping for extraordinary season
Andrew Gerlach, Staff Writer • March 30, 2024

As spring starts and the weather warms, Major League Baseball (MLB) returns. The Texas Rangers are coming off of an impressive World Series victory...

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10 stupid funny pranks to pull on April Fools Day
Makayla Simonelic, Staff Writer

St. Patrick’s is over, so put away the green. A new month is near, the one whose showers bring May flowers. April entails a lot more than just...

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Straight A’s or A’s for effort?
Ahmed Altuhafi, Co-Feature Editor

Students are always going to have too much doubt in themselves. We think that we can’t do anything right, and ever since the pandemic that...

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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,...