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“WAP”: Why it’s exactly what women need in 2020

Mahathi Sridhar, Entertainment Editor

October 16, 2020

Cardi B’s hit single “WAP” featuring Megan Thee Stallion blew its way through the charts and straight to the top promptly following its release early this past August. Like most chart-topping songs in this era, “WAP”...

Video games’ role in modern education

Ava Wittman, Staff Writer

October 16, 2020

Video games have long been a subject of debate. Some call them a healthy release or mental break in doses; others call them machines for rotting minds and creating violent children. Perhaps one of the most overlooked benefits ...

Social distancing: an act of love

Kayla Wolf, Staff Writer

October 15, 2020

Making memories with friends and family is undoubtedly enjoyable, whether it be a game night, road trip or simple get together. However, with the COVID-19 outbreak, we must find ways to stay connected other than social gatherings. T...

Growing together, apart

The Wolf Staff

October 8, 2020

When Tigard-Tualatin became the first Oregon district to close down, beginning with Friday, Mar. 13, students didn’t even have the chance to say goodbye. First came a wave of excitement, as any school closures bring; just two...

Separating the art from the artist: is it possible?

Stella Fetherston, Art Editor

October 8, 2020

“My favorite band has been canceled.”  This statement might not be relatable to everyone, but I know I’ve definitely been there. If you’re on social media, you might’ve noticed that people have been changing...

NOrmalized racism anymore: Asian TikTok creators confront racism

Cassia Tippett, Bilingual Editor

October 5, 2020

Tik Tok has been an outlet for people to express their creativity and share their opinions, but lately, Asian creators have been speaking out against the normalization of racism that targets not only the Asian community but ot...

Religion’s role in politics, women’s healthcare

Naiya Gates and Ava Bruce

October 2, 2020

The Supreme Court’s recent ruling letting employers cut birth control coverage due to religious reasons was very controversial. Although there is no clause in the First Amendment prohibiting religion from being brought into governm...

Perpetuation of ignorance in mainstream media

Dasan Zeller, Staff Writer

October 2, 2020

The mainstream media may not show you everything you need to know. There are so many things that you won’t see on the usual front pages or your Instagram feeds-things that are affecting the world all around us but you won’t s...

Be more than an ally, be a friend

Hannah Figueroa-Velazquez, Opinion Editor

October 2, 2020

When thinking about friends you know and love, your focus is likely on personality and not so much race, gender or sexual orientation. It’s important that you befriend others not for the color of their skin, but because they...

Using pronouns in bios, Canvas

Claire Roach, Staff Writer

October 2, 2020

Pronouns are used in place of proper nouns. Most typically, they come in place of a person's name without having to say it. The pronouns he/him/his and she/her/hers are most likely used by people who identify as male or female,...

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...

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