Dia de los Muertos and Halloween share some elements, not all

Jasmine Masalmeh, Staff Writer

November 12, 2019

The Difference Between Halloween and Día de Los Muertos By Jasmine Masalmeh Spooky season is fast approaching and there are many things to look forward to: sweaters, fall weather, crisp leaves, warm drinks and Hallow...

OSAA issues new rule to curb hate speech at games

Evan Fraiser, Staff Writer

November 12, 2019

OSAA issued a new “Zero Tolerance” rule for hate speech towards athletes at games. The rule says, “Discriminatory harassment and bullying behavior will not be tolerated.” This prevents students from performing certain ...

Pixar/Disney-themed Homecoming Week culminates with football win

Elle Sherman, Editor-in-Chief

November 12, 2019

Tualatin High School’s Homecoming dance was this last weekend, Oct. 5. The dance took place at the Tualatin Commons. The week prior to the Homecoming dance, TuHS had a spirit week to bring both students and staff together....

Lend Me A Tenor gets rave review

Lupita Ruiz, Staff Writer

March 22, 2019

This year, the Tualatin theatre program decided to perform the play Lend me a Tenor, by Ken Ludwig. The play takes place in the 1934 in a hotel suit as Henry Saunders played by Nathan Nelson, general manager of the Cleveland Grand Op...

Annual talent show delights fans

Jasmine Masalmeh and Ally Smith

March 22, 2019

The X-Factor Talent show was in full swing on March 13. The participants showcased a wide range of talents from dancing and skits to singing, comedy acts and more. The celeb judges for this event were teachers Ronnie White,...

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