The independent student media site of West Linn High School


The independent student media site of West Linn High School


The independent student media site of West Linn High School


Olivia Wang

Olivia Wang, Design Editor

Olivia Wang, freshman, is a new addition to this year’s wlhsNOW staff. Wang’s previous journalism includes working on writing articles for a nonprofit organization. Aside from journalism, Wang is a member of the West Linn High School’s chamber orchestra and a competitive swimmer outside of school. Wang hopes to gain more experience in journalism and be able to meet new people through writing more articles for wlhsNOW.

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The interior of Sushi Kuni is decorated with traditional Japanese decorations throughout the restaurant, such as Japanese calligraphy framed on the walls, and fabric used to create traditional Japanese attire on display.

Oregon weather puts businesses to a pause

Olivia Wang, Staff Reporter
February 13, 2024

Four weeks ago, Oregon hit low temperatures in the teens and freezing rain covered the road. The conditions canceled a whole week of school for all students in the district. On Jan. 18, a state of emergency...

Sofia Gomez gets in character as the leading player of “Pippin.”

Stepping off the stage

Olivia Wang, Staff Reporter
December 6, 2023

West Linn High School’s performing arts program wrapped up its production of the 1972 musical, “Pippin,” on Friday, Nov. 10. Although this is the theater department’s first production of the year,...

Kaleb Pace, English teacher, explaining the community builder for the day to his Life class.

The limelight on Life class

Olivia Wang, Staff Reporter
December 4, 2023

Students are required to take the new Life class in order to graduate. The class consists of teaching students life skills they will use once entering society. The class also emphasizes community and team...

Computer Programming Club features coding on computers like the one shown above.

A new tab to computer programming

Olivia Wang, Staff Reporter
October 25, 2023

The Computer Programming Club is a re-established club that offers students who are interested in coding or want to learn how to code. The club focuses on an additional competitive side to programming,...

Gretchen Bertram teaches the newly inaugurated Ethnic Studies class.

Learning through the lens of marginalized people in history

Olivia Wang, Staff Reporter
September 27, 2023

In world history classes in the past, students were expected to be learning through a guided textbook. Ethnic Studies is a new world history course that focuses on groups who may have been underrepresented...

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