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Worldwide climate strike to happen Friday

Worldwide climate strike to happen Friday

Delaney Callaghan, Current Events Editor

September 19, 2019

This Friday, Sept. 20, a worldwide climate strike will be held in over 150 countries. The strike, led by climate activist Greta Thunberg, comes right three days before the UN Climate Summit in New York. Participants in the strike, specifically students & young people, will strike from sunrise to sun...

Historically problematic Chick-fil-A comes to West Linn

Historically problematic Chick-fil-A comes to West Linn

Paige Rodriguez, Arts and Culture Editor

September 18, 2019

Football games are a cultural staple for high schools. Hundreds of students gather to hang with friends, cheer on their team, and of course, get a bite to eat. On Sept. 6, Chick-fil-A was served at the first game of the season, which comes with a set of problems. The popular fast-food chain has been in sev...

Climbing the ranks

Climbing the ranks

Emma Coke and Madelyn Tabor

September 16, 2019

Most students may not think much of their administration, but it doesn’t take much to learn about a friendly face in the halls. Most people know Trevor Menne as one of the three assistant principals, who has worked at this school since 2006, but what they may not realize is that he was once a student h...

Getting to know you: Paul Hanson

Getting to know you: Paul Hanson

Ethan Gill, Opinions Editor

September 14, 2019

Paul Hanson, assistant principal to senior students, didn’t always plan to be a teacher. “Probably from high school through most of college I was planning on going into the health professions and health sciences,” Hanson said. “So kind of started as like thinking of doing things like pre-...

Everything you need to know about the upcoming football season

Everything you need to know about the upcoming football season

Orion Forest and Sam Misa

September 13, 2019

Football season is back. The West Linn Lions came out roaring in their first game but came up short against Central Catholic in the blackout game this past Friday. Don’t worry though, the Lions are not finished yet, and they still have the whole season to go.  The band, cheerleaders, Debs, and s...

15 myths of sexual assault

15 myths of sexual assault

Zoe Barnett, People Editor

September 12, 2019

*Content Warning: Sexual Assault*   Dangerous myths of sexual assault are perpetrated throughout society, and these myths affect the survivors of sexual assault when the people around them don’t understand the impact of these myths. What you're about to read shines a light on what these m...

School admin provides statement indicating protocol regarding sexual crimes

School admin provides statement indicating protocol regarding sexual crimes

Megan Riehle

June 16, 2019

On May 31, administration provided a statement outlining school policy and procedure surrounding allegations of sexual assault and sexual harassment. This statement was not able to be included in the previous article due to the publication deadline. The formerly published articles from the past few week...

Students lead discussion about protocol reform

Students lead discussion about protocol reform

Megan Riehle, assistant photo editor

May 31, 2019

Three years ago, when current juniors were freshman,  photo sharing investigation occurred. The Dropbox was a website where nude photos of students were stored on a file sharing site.The incident has sat dormant for the past few years and now conversation accompanied by frustration has boiled up agai...

The Breakdown – May Senior Edition

May 28, 2019

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