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What SafeOregon is and what they do

Cael Brunson, Staff Reporter

December 15, 2018

SafeOregon is an Oregon-based tip line launched in 2016 directed toward middle to high school level students. Its main purpose is for students to be able to report bullying, harassment, drug use and anything else to a user or somebody they know. The tips are sent to real people who work around the cloc...

High School Football Rules Could Be Changed To Prevent Concussions

Bayler Brundage, Staff Reporter

December 12, 2018

In high school sports, 40.5% of concussions come from high school football according to NCBI. In football, making contact and tackling the opponent is required to play the game. In this contact between players, risks for concussions are high. These concussions are head traumas that put athletes ...

The Gender/Identity Plays

The Gender/Identity Plays

Andrea Secchi, Photo Editor

December 11, 2018

Full photo slideshow on AnakaliaFOTO.

Every day needs a night: the issue of light pollution

Every day needs a night: the issue of light pollution

Iris Brucker, Staff Reporter

December 11, 2018

Turning off a light is usually seen as a way to save energy, not stop pollution. But artificial light is ironically often an issue kept in the dark to the public eye. Light pollution an extremely impactful pollutant to the environment, and its effects have become even more drastic is the past couple...

The Breakdown – November 2018

Rory Cheevers, Nolan Lampson, and Cameron Massey

December 7, 2018

Academic seminar

Academic seminar

Rachel Esnoz, Staff Reporter

December 5, 2018

 

Districts Track Meet

Lauren Juenger, Staff Reporter

December 1, 2018

Editors note: The following article was written in June, 2018. Due to editorial complications, it was not published at the time. It is re-published now, in it's entirety, in anticipation of  the upcoming track season. 

Poverty in West Linn – and what you can do

Cody White, Staff Reporter

November 26, 2018

Almost every community in America struggles with poverty and West Linn is no exception. According to U.S. Census data, out of the 26,000 people in West Linn, 4.8 percent live in poverty, which translates to roughly 1,250 people. With a median house price of more than $300,000 in West Linn, it’s ev...

Why film classes are no longer offered

Why film classes are no longer offered

Iris Brucker, Staff Reporter

November 21, 2018

The school year has started and students are beginning to get into the rhythm of their new classes and subjects. One class new students won’t be taking this year is film.   Film I and II focused on the analyzation and interpretation of movies, films and similar media. They focused on critical thinking ...

Journalist students explore U of O

Journalist students explore U of O

Emma Coke, Staff Reporter

November 15, 2018

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