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The Wolf Howl

The Wolf Howl

The Student News Site of Chandler High School

The Wolf Howl

Growing Up With Gun Violence

Growing Up With Gun Violence

Kate Rogers, Opinions Editor August 30, 2022

Ever since I was little, I've been aware of guns. I come from a family of hunters, so guns and, more importantly, gun safety is nothing new to me. But I was also aware of how dangerous a firearm can be,...

Low-Income Students Go Hungry

Low-Income Students Go Hungry

Makena Colihan, Social Media & Public Relations Manager August 30, 2022

As many families across the country prepare for the start of a new school year, changes are bound to happen— including the conclusion of free school lunches for every student at public schools. For the...

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Thrifting: Hurting or Helping the Environment?

Makena Colihan, Social Media & Public Relations Manager August 30, 2022

In recent months, trends have shifted away from fast fashion into a more environmentally conscious way of shopping—thrifting. The reasons behind the rise of thrifting are numerous. For one, today’s...

Dear US Government, Leave the Indigenous Community Alone

Dear US Government, Leave the Indigenous Community Alone

Gabby Miller, Reporter August 22, 2022

 I come from a family of Native American and German descent. My family identifies as members of the Navajo Nation. Three words that describe my family are communal, traditional, and pride. We take pride...

Wake Up, Sheeple!

Wake Up, Sheeple!

Simone King, Editor-In-Chief and Opinions Editor April 12, 2022

Can you define Critical Race Theory? Neither can 57% of adults surveyed in a 2021 poll conducted by Reuters and Ipsos. The results of this statistic pose an important question: How can so many people...

Repressive Abortion Bill is Threatening Womens Rights Across America

Repressive Abortion Bill is Threatening Women’s Rights Across America

Sammie Bourland, Sports Editor April 12, 2022

How many times do we have to fight for our rights? As women, we are forced to listen and follow the rules of old white men who hold power. They tell us what we can and can't do, where we should or shouldn't...

Parents: Stay Out of Our Schools

Parents: Stay Out of Our Schools

Griffin Eckstein, News Editor April 12, 2022

A Tennessee school board’s decision to ban the Holocaust memoir Maus earlier this year has drawn widespread media attention. The graphic novel, which was written by Art Spiegelman documenting the life...

The Issue with Jaywalking

The Issue with Jaywalking

Angela Carlton, Entertainment Editor January 30, 2022

During the morning announcements early in the second quarter, Chandler administrators made some statements about jaywalking. There are consequences for a student that jaywalks. Some students have expressed...

Photo by Simone King. Set of Jack Harlow Concert at the Phoenix Van Buren on Nov 2, 2021.

You Shouldn’t Die at a Concert

Simone King, Editor-In-Chief and Opinions Editor January 30, 2022

Picture this… In a time where a post-pandemic world is a seemingly feasible reality, you travel to Houston to attend a music festival hosted by one of the biggest recording artists in the world. The...

Photo by Madeline Moran. Students studying in the Jones Student Union.

Loud Voices for the Library

Kate Rogers, Opinions Editor January 30, 2022
The JSU, a.k.a. the Jones Student Union, is supposed to be a learning and technology hub for Chandler High School. Used as the media center, cafe, library, career center, study zone, and classroom, it sounds as if the JSU would be a fan favorite for students. Unfortunately, that isn't the case.
courtesy of Autumn Towne

Guest Opinion: The Tangible Impacts of Climate Change

Autumn Towne, Guest Contributor October 21, 2021

When Hurricane Harvey destroyed my grandma’s house in Texas, I became much more aware of the dangers of climate change and the dangers of ignoring it. Our climate is changing as a result of the atmosphere...

With Rising Cases, Should Masks Come Back?

With Rising Cases, Should Masks Come Back?

Liani Flores, Reporter October 21, 2021

As cases are increasing over the last few months, people are starting to bring back masks once more. Masks are becoming essential for us with both vaccinated and unvaccinated students on campus....

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