The Paw

NHS Blood Drive

By Sydney Dauphinais, Staff Writer

February 10, 2015

Small red posters have been popping up around school telling people that they are “somebody’s type.” This play on words is reference to the blood drive going on Wednesday, February 11th. Students who are at least 16 years of ...

Canterbury Killer

By Sydney Dauphinais, Staff Writer

February 6, 2015

Homicide has made itself even more present in the Tigard area. Last Friday night, 36 year old Jerry Duy Nguyen was found shot outside of his condo on Canterbury Lane. Officers responded after the sound of gun shots being repo...

Obama has ideas for more accessible post-secondary education

By Sydney Dauphinais, Staff Writer

January 15, 2015

As a freshman in high school, college seems to be pretty far off in the distance- however, the closer graduation gets, the question slowly begins to arise: What are you planning to do after senior year? Of course, there are plenty of o...

Transgender teen commits suicide

By Sydney Dauphinais, Staff Writer

January 12, 2015

Many people are pleased to enjoy their holiday season with their families, sharing love with the people who support them the most. For 17 year old Leelah Alcorn, she wasn’t blessed with this support. The transgendered teen committ...

Night of the livin’ blues

By Sydney Dauphinais, Staff Writer

November 15, 2014

With months of preparation behind their belt, Tigard High Jazz Bands and Guitar Ensembles performed their sets Saturday night for “Night of the Livin’ Blues” to a cafeteria full of almost 300 supporters. Candles were the ce...

Key Club hosts Special Olympics

By Sydney Dauphinais, Staff Writer

November 5, 2014

This last Sunday, an approximate 200 athletes participated in the Special Olympics at 20th Century Bowling Lanes. The event was hosted by our Tigard Key Club. “It was a really cool experience.” says Key Club member, sophomo...

Oregonians vote on controversial new measures for the 2014 general election

By Sydney Dauphinais, Staff Writer

October 26, 2014

These days, it seems as if you can’t escape the steady bombardment of different commercials saying, “Vote ‘yes’ on Measure 92!” or “Vote ‘no’ for Measure 86!”.  All of the one-sided, persuasive broadcasts c...

Tigard’s volleyball team wins their last home game of the season

By Sydney Dauphinias, Staff Writer

October 17, 2014

Tigard’s Varsity volleyball team hugged one another with huge smiles on their face, thanks to their most recent victory against the St. Mary Blues. It was their last home game of the season, and for some senior team members...