Wolf's Howl

Four Day School-Week Improves Productivity

Ryan Fredrick, Reporter

December 19, 2019

Workers at Microsoft Japan enjoyed an enviable perk this summer: working four days a week, enjoying a three-day weekend — and getting their normal, five-day paycheck. The result, the company says, was a productivity boost of 40%...

Timberland Walking Habits

Josh Calloni, Reporter

December 19, 2019

Every day at Timberland, there are roughly eight passing periods, and hallway congestion in each of them. How this congestion be relieved, might be simpler than it seems. The basic idea of walking in the halls at school is like driving...

Calloni’s Corner: MLB Winter Meetings

Josh Calloni, Reporter

December 19, 2019

Baseball’s winter meetings are looming, and throughout the week lots of big news and rumors are sure to surface. This year, the winter meetings will be held in San Diego, and will be held from December 8th to the 12th. The...

Students Must Be More Involved in Politics

Patrick Kissel, Reporter

December 19, 2019

Government is a topic few students want to discuss. Almost every survey sent by the WolfsHowl, there is a question about politics, asking which candidate a person supports, or what they think about a big topic in the news; a...

Cardinals Can’t Pass on Mookie Betts

Hayden See, Reporter

December 19, 2019

There is  not much clarity as to how the Cardinals will approach their needs this offseason. However, they’d put themselves in position to win a championship by acquiring just a single player — Mookie Betts. As it curr...

Black Friday’s Affect on America

Ryan Fredrick, Reporter

December 19, 2019

The absolute chaos and madness that ensues from Black Friday is enough for many to see how bad the day truly is. It is the only day of the year where Americans turn on Americans to satisfy a materialistic craving that had been bui...

The Student Parking Lot Should Be Reconstructed

Patrick Kissel, Reporter

December 2, 2019

Anyone who has been a student at Timberland High School will likely remember a couple of things: their favorite teachers, the congestion at the main staircase, and the student parking lot. Just what students remember from th...

Film Critics and Why They’re Opinion Shouldn’t Matter

Ryan Fredrick, Reporter

December 2, 2019

Remember when film critics were obsolete? When it seemed like the entire world had gone critic-proof because they just did not matter anymore? It is hard to pinpoint when, exactly, film critics attained peak irrelevance, but ...

“Joker” is No Laughing Matter: A Review

Ryan Fredrick, Reporter

November 6, 2019

“Joker” is a monumental step forward for film. The film explores a fascinating exploration of a man that is fractured beyond repair. A standalone movie that is separate from any other DC movie, “Joker” was directed by Tod...

Are Chromebook Blocked Sites too Harsh?

Josh Calloni, Reporter

November 6, 2019

More and more sites on the school issued chromebooks are being blocked, but are these all fair? Many sites are blocked for good reason: sites that contain adult content, games or pertain to illegal activities. These things sh...

Calloni’s Corner: MLB’s Offseason Begins

Josh Calloni, Reporter

November 6, 2019

This winter, there will be a plethora of big time MLB free agents, and some are going to get a large amount of money, but what remains to be seen is what teams they will sign with. Leading the charge in free agency will be cu...

Democrats Should Pass Articles of Impeachment Immediately

Patrick Kissel, Reporter

November 6, 2019

Since House Speaker Nancy Pelosi commenced the impeachment inquiry into president Donald Trump over a potentially criminal phone call between Trump and Ukraine president Volodimir Zelensky, a whole slew of evidence has come forth...

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