MEChA is a Chicano student movement on a mission to spread cultural awareness; however, the club welcomes anyone and everyone working towards that same goal. On April 31 the MEChA club headed to their... Read More »
On May 20 Tigard High School hosted an assembly to educate students to prevent car accidents.
Prom 2016 is right around the corner, and it’s one of the most important events of the whole year. Graduation... Read More »
In a sea of faces at a robotics competition, hers is easily identifiable among the many males. She doesn’t quite fit with the stereotypical male engineer because, well, she isn’t a male. Emma Barbee is one of the few women on the engineering/technology team at THS.
The engineering field has a staggering lack of female participation. On the national level in 2013, only 14.8 percent of engineering... Read More »
Tigard’s track teams continue to impress. This last weekend at the OSAA 6A State Tournament at Hayward Field in Eugene, OR, two individuals, sophomores Braden Lenzy and Lauren Paven, placed first in the 400m and the girl’s and boy’s teams finished fourth overall.
Sophomore Braden Lenzy won the... Read More »
Ten members of the Lake Oswego girl’s softball team, student athletes ranging in age from 14-18, have filed a Title IX lawsuit against the Lake Oswego School District.
Title IX, part of the 1972 Education Amendment Acts, states “no person in the United States shall, on the basis of sex, be... Read More »