The Wolf

Participation, friendship, confidence define HS years

Elle Sherman, Editor in Chief

July 8, 2020

These past couple of months in isolation have allowed me to take the time to reflect on the past four years of my life. Sure, high school is about books, teachers and homework, but it’s also about bettering yourself. It’s...

Farewell with love, TuHS

Kaitlyn Gearin, Editor in Chief

July 8, 2020

Dear Tualatin High School, I would like to thank you for everything you have given me. I will always look back with happiness on all of the time I have spent with you. Over the past four years, many of my greatest memories took...

The time for activism is NOW

Matt Brown, News Editor

July 8, 2020

Throughout this ‘extended spring break,’ a mentor of mine has been talking to me a lot about Stoicism. It’s an ancient Greek philosophy centered around decision making. A major tenant of the Stoic philosophy is finding ways...

One last time: “Keep on truckin’, T-Wolves”

Teddy Fronczak, Entertainment Editor

July 8, 2020

High school is a time to take risks, to take chances, to get involved in things you may have never thought about join- ing, which could mean coming out of your shell. I believe that my involvement in high school activities has...

Distancing makes memories even more precious than before

Annie Pegis, Staff Writer

July 8, 2020

I never really believed people when they said years of high school would fly by. I never fully believed people when they said high school would be some of the most fun years of my life. I’m now sitting at home longing to see...

Looking back inspires advice for underclassmen

Jasmine Masalmeh, Staff Writer

July 8, 2020

It’s over. This is really it. High school ended just before it even started. I won’t dwell on what would be if COVID-19 hadn’t shut down almost our whole country, but what I will look back on is my best and worst hits of...

Four films parallel four years of high school

Lupita Ruiz, Feature Editor

July 8, 2020

My time at Tualatin has been amazing. Although, just like most seniors, I was sad that out of every year, of course, my senior year was the one to be cut short. However, I don’t carry regrets with me about my time at TuHS. Next...

Grey’s Anatomy provides pearls of wisdom

Ally Smith, Fold Editor

July 8, 2020

For those who don’t know, I have a long running love affair with Grey’s Anatomy. I have watched the series through season 11; those who have watched it probably know why I stop there. Some may say that the show is simply a...

Reflection inspires change in behavior

Kavya Balasubramanian, Staff Writer

July 8, 2020

Ever since I started high school, people have always told me that senior year is a year to remember. After all, it’s when you’re supposed to experience your high school traditions for the last time, finally decide where you’ll...

Find time to believe in yourself

Jake Lofamia, Graphic Artist

July 8, 2020

As most people know, basketball means everything to me. My love for the game runs deep. No matter what state-of-mind I’m in, you can find me on a court with a ball in my hand. I pour my heart and soul out for this game. I separate...

Seniors, here’s to an amazing four years

Jacob Isaac, Staff Writer

July 8, 2020

Life was good until around two months ago. Since then, it has been a rollercoaster of emotions. COVID-19 has separated me and thousands of high schoolers around the nation from a proper ending to our senior year of high school. For...

How mental illness is being normalized by COVID-19

Hannah Figueroa, Staff Writer

June 3, 2020

           As weeks of quarantine and social distancing continue, isolation can make anyone feel lonely and more down than usual. However, counseling resources from schoo...

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