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Matilda Milner

Matilda Milner, Co-Editor-in-chief

Matilda Milner, senior, has been on the wlhsNOW staff since the first day of her freshman year of high school. Rising through the ranks, she has now arrived at the role of co-editor-in-chief alongside her longtime friend and classmate Skylar Moore. Through her time in student journalism, she has gained a passion for activism, pursuing truth and justice, and above all, teaching. 

 

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The Oregon Convention Center has been devoted to administering COVID-19 vaccines. Within one visit, patients can receive the vaccine and set up an appointment for a second dose. Brooklyn Foody noted the ease of getting vaccinated at the Convention Center, saying, “They have a really efficient way of just getting everyone through and making sure we were all masked up and distanced, and so I got in and out in a half hour at the very latest.

Healthy optimism

March 8, 2021
As the sun peeks over the horizon, seniors reconnect with their peers and absorb the scenery.

Chasing normalcy

September 7, 2020
Parked on the track, the Chick-fil-A vendor makes its first reappearance at the game against Lake Oswego, after an accident kept it from being present at two consecutive home games.

“No ill will”

November 8, 2019
Regardless of how many class periods a district offers, the number of credits requited to earn a diploma in Oregon remains: 24.

Reimagining high school

September 28, 2019
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September 28, 2019
Officer Jeff Halverson is part of the team working to make the program PUSH possible.

P.U.S.H. for safety

January 9, 2018

Moving too fast

December 13, 2017
The poster frequently found in classroom windows promotes creating a free space for students to be themselves,

Creating a safe space

December 8, 2017

Path of Destruction

December 8, 2017
Welcoming students inside the school: avibrant sign advertising the canned food drive.

You can make a difference

November 17, 2017
Staying in tune

Staying in tune

November 7, 2017
While he is play the guitar now, Josh Willson, freshman, has played other instruments as well. “[I play the] Saxophone, flute, and piccolo,” Willson said.

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November 7, 2017
The band was originally formed by Nicholas Hackenjose, freshman, in fourth grade. “We can almost call that a different band, because it had seven members,” Hackenjose said, while their current band has only four.”

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November 7, 2017
Neel Jain, freshman, took orchestra class in middle school, but describes himself as self-taught. Upon being asked what training he had recived, Jain said, “Does youtube count? Youtube counts.”

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November 7, 2017
Micah Scothorn, freshman, credits this band for his friendship with its members. “It’s kind of the only reason we’re still friends,” Scothorn said.

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November 7, 2017
Resistence holds their practices twice a week in Hackenjose's garage. “My dad used to be in a band and they both love music, so they’re perfectly fine with it. Honestly, my dad does his own jam sessions when they come over,” Hackenjose said. “And my neighbors are completely cool with it as well.”

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November 7, 2017
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November 7, 2017
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November 7, 2017
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November 7, 2017
Ian Lamont

Ian Lamont

October 10, 2017

Anna Strobbe

September 18, 2017
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