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Tigard boys soccer wins against Liberty

Tigard boys soccer wins against Liberty

Alex Good, Staff Writer
September 24, 2013
Filed under Sports, Top Stories

Tigard High School's very own boys soccer team faced off against Liberty High School in a home match on Tuesday, Sept. 24. Right out of the gate, Tigard dominated in possession, with constant pressure and keeping the ball in their control more often than not. Just five minutes into the game, senior Sean...

Release of IOS7 brings big changes

Release of IOS7 brings big changes

Tate Watson, Staff Writer
September 22, 2013
Filed under News, Top Stories

Instagrammers, gamers, and texters get ready, the long anticipated iPhone 5s and 5c released on Friday Sept. 20th. It has been advertised as the biggest change since the iPhone first came out in 2007 and is expected to revolutionize the smartphone market. Since the official press release by Apple on Sep...

Tigard football leads Century 49-13

Tigard football leads Century 49-13

Amanda Lam, Newspaper Editor
September 20, 2013
Filed under Sports, Top Stories

After coming off of 3 straight wins the Tigard Tigers football team proved that they weren't going to play easy against the Century Jaguars on Friday Sept. 20. They led the Jaguars by 42 points in the first half and left the Hillsboro stadium with an impressive 49-13 win. “Everyday in practice this week we kept...

Tigard football beats Glencoe 55-26 with key players sitting out in second half

Tigard football beats Glencoe 55-26 with key players sitting out in second half

Amanda Lam, Newspaper Editor
September 14, 2013
Filed under Sports, Top Stories

Students filled the bleachers at the Tigard High School stadium on Friday Sept. 13, fully decked in neon. However, the bright colored fan wear did not distract from the football team. Not only did Tigard pull out a 55-26 win against Glencoe, but they also showcased the promising future of THS football...

THS leadership hosts annual Meet n’ Eat

THS leadership hosts annual Meet n’ Eat

Jamie Burgess, Yearbook Editor
September 12, 2013
Filed under News, Top Stories

One of Tigard High School’s biggest goals is to make sure the student body is friendly and diverse. Leadership is doing just that by hosting this year’s annual Cultural Meet n' Eat. “It’s to meet new people and to bring a lot of different cultures into [THS]”, said ASB Human Relations Offi...

Tigard fans plan to wear neon for Friday’s game against Glencoe

Tigard fans plan to wear neon for Friday’s game against Glencoe

Tate Watson, Staff Writer
September 12, 2013
Filed under Sports, Top Stories

Go dig out your brightest t-shirts, shorts, and even tights for the second home game on Friday- it’s a neon out! Show up at 7 pm on Friday the 13 at the THS football stadium to support your Tigers against the Glencoe Crimson Tide. The party starts early- show up at 5 for a tailgate party in the s...

Back to school assembly gets students in the spirit

Back to school assembly gets students in the spirit

Becca Rameriez, Staff Writer
September 12, 2013
Filed under News, Top Stories

The movie “Toy Story” brings back many people to their younger years. This nostalgic theme was used at the THS back to school assembly where seniors Cameron Yarnell and Nathanael Ditton dressed as Buzz and Woody from the movie. “I think everyone loves that movie,” said junior Lucy Dickinson. ...

Lulu app encourages women to objectify men

Lulu app encourages women to objectify men

Amanda Lam, Staff Writer
May 14, 2013
Filed under Features, News, Top Stories

During the month of April, the smart phone app, Lulu gained popularity at Tigard High School. Words of the new app appeared on Facebook and Twitter feeds, concerning many students. Lulu is an app where girls can write reviews and rate guys. The Lulu website claims that the app is meant to be a place f...

Cuts and class size change for next year

Cuts and class size change for next year

Lizzie Slate, Staff Writer
May 13, 2013
Filed under News, Top Stories

For the 2013-14 school year at Tigard there will be about four and a half cuts on both core and elective classes. The cuts are decided based on what classes the students choose to take and the classes with the lowest number of forecasts are cut. “We try to keep as many classes as possible, especial...

Celebration of Academic Achievements during Tiger Pride Week

Celebration of Academic Achievements during Tiger Pride Week

Amanda Lam, Staff Writer
May 7, 2013
Filed under News, Top Stories

Last week marked the celebration of student academic achievements at Tigard High. Each day, student were given notes to leave class to enjoy treats such as cake, doughnuts, and ice cream. Students were nominated by teachers in the following categories: Tiger Pride, Most Improved, Service, Attendance, ...

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