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Portland Public Schools Cancel SRO Program

Emily Phuong Tran

June 22, 2020

Police will no longer be present in Portland Public Schools following an announcement by Superintendent Guadalupe Guerrero on June 4. This announcement comes amid the nationwide George Floyd protests highlighting police brutality a...

How TTSD passed an Anti-Racist Resolution in 4-1 vote

Emily Phuong Tran

June 22, 2020

Tigard-Tualatin School Board passed a resolution condemning racism and committing to be an anti-racist school district at the last board meeting on June 8.  The resolution was brought on by the Tigard-Tualatin Student Un...

Celebs giving back during these trying times

Kaitlyn Gearin, Editor-in-Chief

April 22, 2020

With the coronavirus affecting people around the world, many individuals and organizations have stepped up to help others in their community through generous donations, volunteering and raising money to support charities that are wor...

Coronavirus update *out-of-date*

Sean Khanna

April 6, 2020

The US death toll for Coronavirus has risen past 30, which is just a small part of the more than 4,300 confirmed deaths around the globe at press time. The Coronavirus is part of a family of viruses that affect animals, but the re...

News-in-Brief

Jasmine Masalmeh

April 6, 2020

Six Deaths Confirmed in the U.S. from Coronavirus With the latest deaths confirmed in nearly all 50 states and Washington D.C., the death toll of Covid-19 is slowly climbing. The fear of a pandemic striking has taken over ...

Updates to the use of standardized testing

Halle Meslow

April 6, 2020

SAT and ACT standardized test scores may not be required by admissions at Oregon State University by the Fall of 2021. Following a recent email from Jon Boeckenstedt, Vice Provost for Enrollment Management, the university h...

Super Tuesday results

Kavya Balasubramanian

April 6, 2020

On Tuesday, Mar. 3, otherwise known as Super Tuesday, thousands of voters from 14 states cast their ballots towards the Democratic candidate of their choice in hopes that they would be chosen as the political party’s preside...

Oregon candidates up for election

Matt Brown, News Editor

April 6, 2020

Now that the Oregon candidate filing deadline has passed, it is evident that national movements to bring new, younger voices into office have trickled into local races. With campaign season almost in full gear, young progressive...

Oregon Is Going Green, New Laws On Plastic

Matt Brown

February 10, 2020

Oregon, a national leader in progressive legislation, is fighting climate change by encouraging consumers to consume less plastic. New laws applying to grocery stores and food vendors are changing the way Oregonians eat, drink...

Zimmerman Sues Martin Family

Lupita Ruiz

February 10, 2020

George Zimmerman is back in the news after filing a lawsuit against the family of slain teenager Trayvon Martin. Back in 2012, the death of 17-year-old Trayvon Martin sparked a cry of outrage around the nation. He was shot...

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