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A common sight during vaccination season as a nurse extracts medicine to give to a patient.

Germs, Flu, Cold, and Corona

The effects of Coronavirus during the holidays, and the community effort to keep people healthy.
By Deja Fitzwater, Editor January 24, 2021

   “Covid is a type of coronavirus, similar to swine flu. The virus infects the lungs and air sacs, causing fluid and inflammation,” RN Sadie Fitzwater said.       Fitzwater worked on OHSU’s...

Students Angered by Riots at the Capitol

Students Angered by Riots at the Capitol

By Sophie Fenton and Deja Fitzwater January 19, 2021

Around 10:00 EST, Jan. 6, 2021:  United States President Donald J. Trump held a rally inspiring the Save America March down Pennsylvania Avenue. “We’re supposed to protect our country, support...

UPS drivers like Robert Ervin work extra hours to deliver packages. More people have turned to ordering online rather than going into stores during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Deliveries are up and shopping in person is down

COVID-19 has changed the way America does business
By Elle Ervin, Staff Writer, Intro to Pubs January 4, 2021

     Covid-19 has affected all aspects of delivery services - the companies, the deliverers, and the receivers.       Shopping has been different the past year. Some stores are shut down completely,...

Sophie Fenton and her friends in Argentina enjoy a fun day of exploring the city. They visited Jujuy on vacation in late July 2019.

Culture Shock—It’s Shocking

By Sophie Fenton, Editor in Chief December 28, 2020

    When I first arrived in Argentina, I was overwhelmed, confused, and intimidated by all of the differences present in the culture. The language barrier was by far the hardest to approach, but it...

Wildfires displace animals. The Clackamas County Fairgrounds became a place where families and animals could evacuate.

Feathers and Flames: How the September wildfires affected the community

By Deja Fitzwater, Editor December 17, 2020

     When I woke up on Sept. 16, 2020, the sky was a hazy orange and the sun shined an apocalyptic red. By the time I had finished my breakfast, which consisted of two aspirin, one banana, and one...

Google profile picture changes shock students. By 4th period on Monday, many students in Hillary Currier's Introduction to Publications class still had last year's photo as their Google Meet icon.

Profile picture change surprises students

By Talia Bair, Intro to Pubs November 24, 2020

     Over the weekend, the profile pictures of all the TTSD students changed to their previous year’s school photo.       The district office sent an email to students explaining that teachers...

Because students couldn't meet face-to-face on campus, seniors organized their own Senior Sunrise at Cook Park. The event didn't go off without a hitch. The smoke from wildfires covered the sun and even made visibility across the parking lot a difficulty.

Sunrise on a new senior tradition

Leadership class adapts activities and students create their own in order to make senior year memorable
By Madison Boehringher, staff writer October 20, 2020

     Due to COVID-19 restrictions, the leadership class was unable to hold a traditional Senior Sunrise.       In the past years, seniors would wake up early the morning of the first day...

IB Program continues in Covid

Mike Savage brings students up to date with how the IB Program is adapting in a Q&A.
October 13, 2020

During Freshman Orientation 2019, freshman Isaac Lafohn and junior Anthony Salazar tried to pop balloons back-to-back. It wasn't as easy as it looked.

Link Crew switches things up

Distance learning makes for changes in connecting freshmen to upperclassmen
By Aubrey Jordan, Yearbook Editor, Staff Writer October 12, 2020

     Link Crew Leaders help freshmen stay connected during their first year of high school.       In the past Link Crew has been responsible for leading freshmen through their first day of school...

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