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Class of 2016 powder puff threepeat

Class of 2016 powder puff threepeat

Devon Frank and Soriya Poeu
October 2, 2015
Filed under Features, Sports, Top Stories

The senior girls team handily won this year’s powder puff flag football tournament making it a threepeat for this talented group of girls. Powder puff turns the tables on the sexes. Instead of the girls cheering for the boys, the girls are being cheered by the boys. Powder puff games are a tradition ...

Q&A with new faculty

Q&A with new faculty

Madi Compos and Kyleen Jones
October 2, 2015
Filed under Features, Top Stories

This year, many new teachers became part of the Tigard Army including Mr. Robert Hawthorne, Ms. Connie Herington, and Mr. Jesse Abell. They teach health, choir and child development, and they all offer different skills  and perspectives to the school. Mr. Robert Hawthorne -  Choir Q: How do you...

Imagi Club Writing Competition Winners

June 3, 2015
Filed under Features

Short story by: Morgan Chamberlain Poem by: Morgan Chamberlain Novel by: Libby Kerns   ...

Prom DO’s and DON’T’s

Taylor Wilhoit, Staff Writer
May 11, 2015
Filed under Features

Prom Do’s and Don’t’s:   DO take a date DON’T feel sorry about yourself if you don’t have one   DO ask your date DON’T assume they just will go with you   DO buy/rent a formal outfit DON’T wait to alter it a week before   DO make dinner reservations DON...

Start your future at YEBW

Amanda Prince, Staff Writer
May 3, 2015
Filed under Features

Planning on graduating with a business major? Then YEBW Young Entrepreneur Business Week is just right for you! Sign up for a week of learning leadership, communication, business fundamentals, and financial literacy skills. This week long camp gives you experience before you are out of high school, ...

2015 music festivals

Eva McConnell, Staff Writer
April 9, 2015
Filed under Features

As the weather gets warmer and school nears towards break, music festivals begin to pop out for the spring and summer time. Some may begin to wonder how music festivals work and the basic questions that comes along with it. For those interested in attending well known festivals such as Coachella, Lollapalooza...

Show must go on

Taylor WIlhoit, Staff Writer
January 5, 2015
Filed under Features

When the Theatre Department found out there was to be no winter play, most of the students were filled with anger and resentment. The winter play used to be student written, cast and directed by the members of the advanced theatre class. Many felt they were being cheated out of their favorite play. Two st...

Dan Sacks Is Alone album out now

Dan Sacks Is Alone album out now

Sydney Dauphinais, Staff Writer
November 30, 2014
Filed under Features, Top Stories

Tigard students can typically be caught downloading the hottest new songs on the iTunes Top 10, but this holiday season, you can find them listening to music that’s a bit more local. This November 22nd, Tigard HighSenior Daniel Sacks released a self-made album titled, “Dan Sacks Is Alone’. It...

Fall play “Dearly Departed”

Taylor Wilhoit, Staff Writer
November 25, 2014
Filed under Features

If you think your family is dysfunctional, try planning a funeral in the heart of the south with the Turner family, where “white trash” meets “big personality”. With colorful characters including a pious lady, her demonic son, and a beauty queen stuck in the past, the funeral plans take twists ...

Student hikers lost on Mount Hood

Student hikers lost on Mount Hood

Maddie Fiorante, Newspaper Editor
November 24, 2014
Filed under Features, News, Top Stories

    Students of Tigard High, junior Tyler Sims and senior Cole Cameron, found themselves lost on Mount Hood on November 8 after what was supposed to be simple weekend hike. Originally, the experienced hikers planned to follow the main trail head, Top Spur, to hike the Snow Dragon Ice Caves; but the...

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