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STILL THE GOAT: At age 43, Tom Brady shows no signs of slowing down, says Wolfs Prints Abigail Whyte.

TB or not TB

Abigail Whyte, Staff Writer
March 23, 2021
WANTED: Your opinion!

WANTED: Your opinion!

February 23, 2021
Columnist Abigail Whyte says those who were involved in the Jan. 6 occupation of Congress are guilty of an unconscionable act that is unacceptable and deserving of punishment.

An insight into incitement

Abigail Whyte, Staff Writer
February 19, 2021
In Allegory of the echo chamber, writer Gabriela Chen warns that complacency and bias are the shards that can tear at the fabric of our Republic.

Allegory of the echo chamber

Gabriela Chen, Staff Writer
December 19, 2020

It’s over, Don

Daniel Marchant, Opinion Editor
December 3, 2020
Starting mostly in early October of this year, rightwing media and politicians took aim at an allegedly “Marxist ideology”. Known as Critical Race Theory (CRT), President Donald Trump, and his administration took aim at anti-bias training by publishing a directive to every Federal agency, commanding a halt on anything that may have relied on critical race theory. Our own David Lukacik is firing back.

Marxist or meaningful?

David Lukacik, Managing editor
December 3, 2020
In-school-sivity 

In-school-sivity 

Gabriela Chen, Staff writer
November 5, 2020
Election jitters

Election jitters

November 5, 2020
NO LITTLE FEAT: Scottsdale City Council candidate John Little has earned the Wolfs Print endorsement thanks to his attention to the importance of education. “My proposal has been to work with school leaders to incorporate a new education element into the voter approved General Plan, he said. Promoting growth and maintaining the character of Scottsdale is not mutually exclusive, Little said.

A ‘Little’ perspective

Daniel Marchant, Opinion Editor
October 26, 2020
A DIFFERENT VIBE: During a 49-21 victory against Barry Goldwater, senior tight end Anthony Pescatore (31) blocks for the kick returner. “The vibe is going to be totally different since there is no Wolfden--that huge support system is gone,” Pescatore said. The Wolves leaped to a fast 3-0 start, outscoring opponents 97-38--but the team was forced to postpone its Homecoming game Oct. 23 against Casa Grande after a player from Barry Goldwater tested positive for coronavirus.

BUGGED

Katie Hofmann, Staff writer
October 26, 2020
Masked Grief

An Empty Den

Katie Kustudia, Editor-in-chief
April 18, 2020

Welcome to the new-look Wolf’s Print

Katie Kustudia, Editor-in-chief
December 15, 2019
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