The Student News Site of Tualatin High School

The Wolf

The Student News Site of Tualatin High School

The Wolf

The Student News Site of Tualatin High School

The Wolf

Polls

What type of weather person are you?

View Results

Loading ... Loading ...
Leave Tualatin embracing global perspectives
Leave Tualatin embracing global perspectives
Elle Davis, Co-Fold Editor

Throughout my three years with The Wolf, I was fortunate enough to have written for almost every section. I have my favorite articles, but none...

You have ears—use them
You have ears—use them
Katherine Kang, Staff Writer

Do you like listening to music? Can you spend hours crafting a perfect playlist that encapsulates an oddly specific thought or feeling? And is...

A seniors letter to TuHS
A senior's letter to TuHS
Mahathi Sridhar, Co-Copy Editor

Dear Tualatin High School, When I look back on the last four years, I realize I have only spent the last four weeks appreciating you.  My...

Curb your enthusiasm
Curb your enthusiasm
Andrew Epp, Co-Bilingual Editor

When you walk in through the high school doors on your first day and think that “nothing’s gonna change,” you're in for a real surprise....

Seniors celebrate as school year wraps up
Karys Gates, Staff Writer

The Class of 2022 has finally reached the day they never thought would come – the bittersweet moment when all the seniors say their farewells...

It’s Gemini Season. Buckle up!
Ryan Ehrhart and Madison Dowell

The Wolf’s own May and June Geminis, seniors Madison Dowell and Ryan Ehrhart, bring you something a bit different than the usual horoscope....

Are high school ‘classics’ relatable for Timberwolves?
Cyrah Carlson, Co-Fold Editor

Some would agree that movies set in high school depict an unrealistic culture of the high school scene. However, others would argue that the...

Issue 6 – Senior Edition
Photo taken by Claire Roach
Portland Youth Climate Strike demands commitment, unceasing action from local leaders
Claire Roach, Co-Opinion/Web Editor • June 8, 2022

Youth are leading the fight against climate change and urging adults to follow through with necessary action in the legislature. A youth group that has been leading the climate...

Photo courtesy of Atticus Chames
Seniors entitled to keep Chromebooks after graduation
Atticus Chames, Staff Writer • June 8, 2022

A significant portion of high school students are unaware that they can keep their Chromebooks after graduation, even as we near the end of the school year.  Since 2021,...

Photo taken by Claire Roach
Valedictorians share future plans, advice, deepest darkest secrets
Claire Roach, Co-Opinion/Web Editor • June 8, 2022

The reality of missing over a year of in-person school made the task of maintaining grades more challenging than most years. This year, 19 of Tualatin High School’s (TuHS) seniors...

Seniors set scene for underclassmen with advice for upcoming school year
Cyrah Carlson, Co-Fold Editor • June 8, 2022

As we inch closer to the end of the school year, underclassmen are beginning to worry about stepping into the large shoes seniors have left them to fill. Prioritizing mental health...

Breaking down terms: What is SA, SH and SAAM?
Stella Fetherston, Co-Editor-in-Chief

April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month or SAAM. The goal is to bring awareness to what sexual assualt and sexual harrassment are, to identify...

More athletes from Class of 2022 commit to play in college
Akash Balakumar, Staff Writer • June 8, 2022

As the 2021-22 school year wraps up, The Wolf decided to check in with a couple more senior athletes who have recently committed to play sports...

TuHS teams reflect on 2021-22 sports season
Anna Sherman, Co-Sports Editor • June 8, 2022

As the 2021-2022 school year comes to an end, The Wolf reflected on the accomplishments and successes of each sports team during their respective...

Same amount or none at all: should college athletes be paid?
Juliana Villanueva, Staff Writer • June 8, 2022

The debate on whether student athletes should be paid has been around for numerous years now. In a recent survey, 56 percent of US adults said...

Overheard at Graduation
Ethan Glick, Co-Entertainment Editor

Ah yes, high school graduation. Without question, it may be one of the most defining moments in many people’s lives. There’s so much pomp...

The roommate rundown: how to survive living with a stranger
Ava Bruce, Staff Writer

I think it’s safe to assume that the roommate search is the most daunting part of the college process, nearly topping the actual college decision....

High school lived up to the hype, but school didn’t
Akash Balakumar, Staff Writer

After four years, it’s finally the day you’ve been waiting for. No more waking up at 6 a.m. to finish homework, listening to monotonous lectures...