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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 [...]

Lion Dance emerges at RAHS

Started by David Nguyen, Lion Dance Club is a new addition to the clubs at RAHS that takes place after school. This unique club offers credit opportunities for students and diversifies the culture at RAHS. Junior David Nguyen is passionate [...]

Summer concerts come around

As summer draws near, many students are preparing for their vacations and relaxing during the warm weather. Some students like Josh Buenbrazo are going to venture out during concert season. Many concerts and festivals are spread throughout the [...]

Students show off their talents at NHS’ annual talent show

On 26 May, twenty-one students from RAHS displayed their talents at the annual talent show hosted by the National Honor Society.   The winner of this year’s talent show was sophomore Felix Bosques, who performed an original composition [...]

George Sidles explores metalworking

Sophomore George Sidles is known for the metalwork he does on his home island of Bainbridge. After starting about 3 years ago, he has been interested in the craft ever since.   “In seventh and eighth grade I attended a couple intro to [...]

Satterlee incites mockumentary mayhem

Ambitious actor and RAHS sophomore Samuel Satterlee has been working on a film mostly involving students in the school. He has been collaborating with other students to find what comedy fits him and his future videos.   “I’ve always [...]

“Spirit” hits rock bottom

Students at RAHS find the spirit rock, donated by the class of 2015, uninspiring and many never even see it.   “Personally, I feel that the spirit rock is a little underwhelming,” said junior Henry Crockett. “I feel that the current [...]

Marvel at RAHS students’ failures

Over the past ten years, the Marvel empire has consumed many students’ lives. Their love for Marvel knows no bounds, affecting grades, sleep, and social lives.   Students go out of their way to embrace the culture of the Marvel fandom. [...]

A big change in the subtle world of art in an engineering school

The PTSA Reflections art program at RAHS is one of the few bastions of pure artistic expression hosted by a school with such a heavy focus on engineering and science. Despite the curriculum being most centered around other subjects, many students [...]

Fanboy v. Critic: Dawn of Controversy

Following the release of Batman v. Superman, which was directed by Zack Snyder, fans and critics have had extremely polarized viewpoints. Initially, the movie received scathing reviews from critics, and high praise from fans. Ethan Fuller, RAHS [...]

Students escape to munch on a variety of “delicacies”

With the many restaurants surrounding RAHS, it’s no surprise that students relish their lunch experience. For the RAHS students who leave campus for lunch, it’s a sacred ritual. Some enjoy off-campus restaurants like Katsu Burger, while [...]
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