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Boo or Boo-hoo? Halloween costumes face mandatory revamp this October

Lily Bennett, Staff Writer

October 15, 2020

Halloween spirit may seem lacking this year with COVID-19 making a big dent in the festivities. Whole neighborhoods are having to reevaluate their spooktacular traditions. With fingers crossed and creativity on high this October, we mig...

How to throw a Zoom Halloween party

Ava Bruce, Staff Writer

October 15, 2020

Halloween is one of the best holidays for which to host a party. With all of the costume ideas, scares and treats, a Halloween party is sure to be one of the most extravagant. Sadly, due to COVID-19, Halloween parties have been bro...

Zodiac signs predict perfect Halloween costume

Amanda Fronczak, Staff Writer

October 15, 2020

Zodiac signs know a lot about you, including the perfect Halloween costume Oct. 31 is right around the corner, which means eating lots of candy, watching scary movies and, of course, dressing up. Picking out the perfect cost...

Portland Unknown: Takeout edition, Koba Grill

Hannah Figueroa-Velazquez, Mahathi Sridhar, and Emily Phuong Tran

October 8, 2020

This two-day late article is brought to you by your three favorite Wolf editors. Why did they procrastinate? Some say they were recovering from the appalling, yet unsurprising, presidential debate of Tuesday, Sept. 29.  ...

Do’s & Don’ts of online school

Amanda Fronczak, Staff Writer

October 2, 2020

Adjusting to online school has been a challenge for us all, so to help here’s a list of Dos and Don’ts for your online classes.    DON’T be more than a minute early to your Google Meet, unless you’re in th...

Spicing up self-isolation

Taryn Coulson, Staff Writer

October 2, 2020

Since quarantine has been a part of our daily lives for too long now, I’m sure many of you have started to run out of ideas for things to do, resulting in actions such as cutting and coloring your own hair, watching hours o...

How to survive having siblings during quarantine

Olivia Seits

April 21, 2020

Having a sibling is a weird experience. One minute you’ll be fighting over stealing each other's clothes and using each other's deodorant because you’re too lazy to find yours, and the next minute, you're playing Mario Ka...

April Fool’s prank ideas

Naiya Gates

April 6, 2020

April Fool’s Day is the only day of the year that you can let out your mischievous side and get away with it. From shock pens to fake bugs, I have fallen for many tricks in the past, and this year, revenge is on my mind. Re...

Spring break ideas

Stella Fetherston

April 6, 2020

Tubular Spring Break Ideas:    Spring break is coming, which could mean any manner of fun activities. Hopefully, you’ll be able to keep a semi-regular sleep schedule (you won’t) while still living it up. Wi...

New McDonald’s renovation review

Catherine Phipps and Teddy Fronczak

April 6, 2020

We all know the one and only iconic Tualatin McDonald’s—no, not the inferior one by Nyberg Woods; rather, the one on our very own Boones Ferry Road, which features the gleaming salmon fountains, glistening for all of Tualatin ...

Overheard at band camp

Ella Davis

April 6, 2020

Band Student #1: Ooh, I can’t wait for symphony rehearsal… Said no one ever. Band Student #2: Ugh, I know. Can Chamber play in tune for once? Orchestra Student: Yeah, hopefully Wind can actually count this time, too.  ...

Where to Travel in Oregon During the Holidays

Olivia Seits, Staff Writer

December 10, 2019

Oregon is a colorful and beautiful place to live, especially during the holiday season, no matter the unpredictable weather. On the bright side, Oregon gets so much rain, you can swim anytime you like. In order to fully experience...

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