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Students suffer tedium from too many tests

As the final school day on 20 Jun. 2018 creeps closer, teachers must test students on the class material they’ve been working on throughout the year. While some teachers may choose to do a traditional final exam, some teachers at RAHS have [...]

Paine Field development promises commercial expansion

Paine Field’s first commercial airport expansion is currently under development by Propeller Airports, an airport development company that focuses on catering to niche markets, providing an alternative to the crowded hallways of larger airports. [...]

Men look fly at Mr. Aviation

On 27 Apr. 2018, Mr. Aviation, RAHS’ male beauty pageant, was held in the BPC. The contestants tried their hand at a dance, showcased their many skills in a talent show, and demonstrated how smooth of a talker they are when answering questions. [...]

Ross and Bergin commence a new way for students to learn instruments

RAHS sophomores Wren Bergin and Davie Anne Ross are in the process of setting up a music lessons program at Highline High School. The two offer instrument lessons ranging from novice to advanced in expertise based on the student’s instrument [...]

Has Link Crew really benefited students?

Link Crew is a program led by upperclassmen designed to help incoming freshmen get through their first year of high school at RAHS. While it has been beneficial to some students, many students feel that it has not assisted their transition [...]

Contemporary dance represents students’ emotions

Passion, or graduation requirements, often push RAHS students to embrace new extracurriculars. Contemporary dance, alongside other forms, has currently taken the interest of a few underclassmen. Sophomore Dory Mwangi has been interested in [...]

Pirouetting into a new year

While maintaining good grades, working as a hostess, and finding time to spend with friends and family, senior Veronica Soran also manages to keep her dancing intact. Her mom’s infatuation for ballet is what got Soran engaged with dance at [...]

Viaduct’s rise to stardom

The scene: Guitarist and vocalist Zach Watson hammers away at the strings, voice straining and veins popping as he sings lyrics familiar only to him, the bassist, and the drummer. Beside him stands the mellow bassist, Sevawn Guenther, head [...]

Davie Anne Ross appointed ASB Art Director

Davie Anne Ross, RAHS ASB Art Director, has began the year prepared to take on not only incumbent responsibilities, such as making posters and decorating dances, but also new responsibilities, like creating new designs for RAHS merchandise. As [...]

K-Pop enables students to express themselves

K-Pop has influenced RAHS students as a way for them to come together and interact with one another through a mutual interest. Senior Francesca Gaerlan believes that K-Pop brought her to meet new people and  experiences fun activities such [...]

Student stars shine on stage

From 9 Sept. to 24 Sept., RAHS students performed in the Hi-Liners Musical Theatre adaptation of The Little Mermaid at the Performing Arts Center in Burien. Laboring extensively over the summer, students such as RAHS sophomore Wren Bergin finally [...]