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The independent student media site of West Linn High School

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Molly Lundstrom

Molly Lundstrom, Social Media Editor

Outside of school, Molly Lundstrom, junior social media editor, spends most of her time walking or reading. She loves horror movies, making jewelry, cooking, and makeup.  She frequently participates in yoga classes, weight lifting, hiking, and any way she can get in movement.

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West Linn’s case of “Senioritis”

Molly Lundstrom, Rachel Han, and Preston Weller
February 27, 2024

As the outside weather gets warmer and classes become less interesting for students, each to-do list continuously adds on and assignments can become a dread to finish. For high school students, “Senioritis”...

Which wlhsNOW editor are you?

Which wlhsNOW editor are you?

Molly Lundstrom, Social Media Editor
February 8, 2024

In sync. Girls start the meet off with a 200 yard medley relay. In a medley relay, four people take turns swimming a length as the first swimmer does backstroke, followed by breaststroke, butterfly, and then freestyle.

Sink or swim

Molly Lundstrom, Social Media Editor
December 15, 2023

Students pose at a picture station provided by ASB. Spotlights shone from behind the refreshment station to light the station up.

Homecoming dance: recapped

Molly Lundstrom, Social Media Editor
October 12, 2023

Each year, the school hosts a dance to wrap up Homecoming week. Normally the dance is right after a football game, however this year it was on the Saturday following the Thursday night game.  The dance...

Getting to know more about the mens soccer defenders

Getting to know more about the mens soccer defenders

Three Rivers League (TRL) games have begun. On October 2, the mens varsity soccer team opened their TRL schedule with a 6-1 win over the Oregon City Pioneers.  This win helped extend their unbeaten...

Hanging up in room A203, there is a Music History map made by Molly McNulty.

New music history class introduces scratchy music and newfound complication

Molly Lundstrom, Social Media Editor
September 19, 2023

This year, a few new courses were introduced, including Music History. Music History is a semester long class taught by Matt Gottschling, the AP United States History teacher, who begins the course with...

Fans attend a Mother Mother concert at a Portland venue.

[Photo] Concert catastrophes

June 7, 2023

Fans attend a Mother Mother concert at a Portland venue.

Julie McDevitt taught at the school for 26 years after attending the school herself.

Teaching a thing or two

Molly Lundstrom, Arts and Entertainment Editor
May 30, 2023

As a teacher, there are opportunities to teach at different schools or teach different subjects. For some teachers, they stay at the same school or teach the same class for almost their whole career, while...

Josie Pothast (right) shares input with Beatrice Gilroy (left). Pothast was appointed Athletic Commissioner last year.

[Photo] Future lion leaders

May 25, 2023

Josie Pothast (right) shares input with Beatrice Gilroy (left). Pothast was appointed Athletic Commissioner last year.

May Day moments

May Day moments

Molly Lundstrom, Arts and Entertainment Editor
May 1, 2023

Karter Hill, class of 2022 alum, was crowned May King last year.

The royalty rundown

Molly Lundstrom, Arts and Entertainment Editor
April 30, 2023

Every year, royalty is brought to the main gym through the annual May Day celebration. On April 28, Makena Big-John and Evan McCreary were crowned May Queen and King, selected from the elected May Court....

With 13 songs lasting 53 minutes, “PORTALS” marks a new beginning for Melanie Martinez.

Going through ‘PORTALS’

Molly Lundstrom, Arts and Entertainment Editor
April 14, 2023

Released on March 31, the album “PORTALS” marks a new beginning for Melanie Martinez. The album contains 13 songs, lasting 53 minutes. It encapsulates the cycle of life and death, while introducing...

At the events held, performers, such as a soloist or a group, share what they have learned over the course of their quarter and the ways they have improved their skills.

[Photo] Top five places to volunteer locally

April 13, 2023

At the events held, performers, such as a soloist or a group, share what they have learned over the course of their quarter and the ways they have improved their skills.

Coperni collaborated with Boston Dynamics, a company that makes robotic dogs, also known as “Spot.”

[Photo] Coperni's 'top dog'

April 12, 2023

Coperni collaborated with Boston Dynamics, a company that makes robotic dogs, also known as “Spot.”

Coperni collaborated with Boston Dynamics, a company that makes robotic dogs, also known as “Spot.”

Coperni’s ‘top dog’

Molly Lundstrom, Arts and Entertainment Editor
April 12, 2023

During Paris Fashion Week, fashion brand Coperni had robotic dogs walk down the runway with models. Coperni fashion shows have a history of doing outrageous performances to show off clothes. They are known...

Poetry Out Loud winner Ashley Ducsik performs Hanging Fire by Audre Lorde. Ducsik used hand gestures to help communicate the meaning of her poem.

Telling stories through poetry

Molly Lundstrom, Arts and Entertainment Editor
February 14, 2023

For the first time since the COVID-19 shutdown in 2020, the competition Poetry Out Loud returned to the stages. The school-wide competition took place on Friday, Feb. 10. Over the course of the...

In an Oct. 31 dress rehearsal, actors prepare for the upcoming opening night of Matilda: The Musical.

Setting the stage for success

Molly Lundstrom, Staff Reporter
November 18, 2022

The award-winning musical, Matilda, premiered on Broadway in 2013. It was adapted from the book “Matilda” by Roald Dahl that had been published Oct. 1, 1988. This year, the Performing Arts Center (PAC)...

October Breakdown 2022

In this edition of The Breakdown, Molly Lundstrom and Rachel Han discuss the successful start to the girls' soccer season, introduce four wlhsNOW staff reporters who discuss their stories found on wlhsNOW,...

Posing for the snapshot, Jake Larsen, Rachel Han, Liam Sandie, Elsa Sandie, and Christopher Buttson show off their different washed denim jeans, paired with trending sneakers. “I think that a lot of different like textural things are gonna come in,” Sofia Gomez said. “Because I feel like a lot of people just wear jeans and a simple top.”

Fashion forward

Molly Lundstrom, Staff Reporter
September 23, 2022

In the past few years, trends from the past decades have come back into the spotlight. 90s grunge, 80s high-rise jeans and bright colors, and 2000s low-rise are some of the trends that have resurfaced...

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