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Photo by Jenni Carmon.
A Love Letter to Oregon 
Amanda Fronczak, Humor Editor

“I left my heart in Oregon” is a lyric we Oregonians are probably familiar with, but why would anyone write a song about the 16th-most-boring...

Photo by Tobin Carlberg.
Procrastination worked. Every time.
Kent Pham, Staff Writer

Everyone’s done it. Just the thought makes many of us wince, recalling the sleepless nights, unlimited excuses and inescapable pressure. We’ve...

Photo by Karl Biedritzky.
Understanding responsibility turns burdens into labors of love
Naasei Lynn, Staff Writer

It was midway through the third quarter of my state semi-final football game when the full front of my exhaustion finally began to overwhelm...

Photo by Sam Holas.
An Ode To Running 
Timmy Parsons, Staff Writer

Lacing up my spikes one last time for my most recent track meet, preparing for the race ahead, my brain flashed to my previous six years as a...

Tualatin junior Amalia Zahl has lots
of plans for this summer.
Create a summer bucket list with The Wolf 
Emma Regimbald, Staff Writer

With the school year coming to an end, everyone is growing excited for more free time. While some of us already have our summer bucket lists...

Graphic by Sam Dunn.
Star Wars Jedi: Survivor is exquisite, diminished by performance issues
Ethan Glick, Entertainment Editor

After almost four years since the first game Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order, the sequel Star Wars Jedi: Survivor was recently released to the public...

Wolf editors Karys Gates and Victoria Gillard take one for the team as
they taste-test all Salt & Straw has to offer.
Salt & Straw: Slay or Nay?
Karys Gates and Victoria Gillard

The weather is getting warmer, which calls for one thing: ice cream. Salt & Straw changes out its flavors monthly, which is perfect if you're...

Graphic by Marcus Ludes.
Seniors pick top five songs for graduation
Simon Phipps, Co-News Editor

With the end of the Senior Class of 2023 comes the end of an era of music at Tualatin High School. In light of seniors scraping for every last...

Graphic by Claire Roach.
Tucker Carlson fired from Fox News after $1 billion lawsuit
Clare Sherman, Staff Writer • June 15, 2023

Tucker Carlson is a name widely-familiar to Americans. As the host of the biggest Fox News segment to date, with an average of 2.5 million viewers per show, it can be inferred...

Graphic By Claire Roach.
2024 presidential election causes apprehension for new voters
Liam Frith, Staff Writer • June 15, 2023

Many seniors next year will experience the 2024 presidential election as first time voters, and in a confusing political time, a quick overview might be helpful to see the potential...

Photograph by Juliana Villanueva of TuHS English teacher Lori DuPuis who is retiring at the end of this school year after 22 years at TuHS.
English teacher, counselor retire from TuHS
Juliana Villanueva, Staff Writer • June 18, 2023

For 22 years, English teacher Lori DuPuis has taught at Tualatin High School (TuHS). DuPuis will retire at the end of this year. She initially began teaching in 1992...

Last spring, the winners of ASB elections came together to cel-
ebrate their success. This year’s election took place on May 19. Results were announced later that same day. Photograph by Matthew Unis.
2023-2024 ASB elections come to end
Kayla Vo, Staff Writer • June 18, 2023

As the school year wraps up, Tualatin High School’s Associated Student Body (ASB) election results are out. Eight students from each grade are voted into ASB, where they go on...

Graphic by Isabella Kneeshaw.
Take action for an impactful Earth Day
Peyton Anderson, Staff Writer

As the sun's rays peek out from their hibernation and life is brought back to the trees around Tualatin, the urge to get outside and soak in...

Graphic by Isabella Kneeshaw.
Controversial Willow Project poses threat to Alaska’s ecosystem
Lucy Lyons, Opinion Editor

The Willow Project – a controversial initiative aimed at increasing oil drilling in Alaska – has been a topic of heated debate. This project,...

Graphic by Isabella Kneeshaw.
Solving the climate crisis can be beneficial to global economies
Claire Roach, Co-Editor-In-Chief/Editorial

A recurring argument related to the climate crisis can be attributed to the intersection between climate change and economics. Many fear that...

Graphic by Sam Dunn.
Try something new this summer
Alex Ehrhart, Staff Writer • June 15, 2023

As the school year comes to an end, excitement for the summer is spilling out of students and flooding the halls. Students are restless in their...

Rob Ayers photographing the Tualatin girls celebrate after winning first-ever state championship,
making history for Tualatin Track & Field.
Track stars reflect on state
Olivia Trone, Copy Editor/Bilingual Editor • June 15, 2023

Tualatin’s girls’ track team finished the season as state champs after coming in tied with Lake Oswego for first at the 6A State meet at...

Seniors Jack Wagner and Richie Anderson visit Hazelbrook Middle School to represent Tualatin football. Next year, Wagner will be playing at University of Idaho, and Anderson will be playing at Fresno State. Photo courtesy of @tualatinfootball.
Seniors commit to Division 1 colleges
Jaden Steppe, Staff Writer • June 15, 2023

Tualatin High School's Class of 2023 has made some impressive college commitments in the world of sports, with four of its top athletes signing...

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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