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New year, new movies

The new year is filled with new year’s resolutions, diets, and lots of new action bubbling up in the entertainment industry. The broad range of films are sure to capture the interests of many. Instead of talking about horoscopes and how [...]

New year, new movies

  The new year is filled with new year’s resolutions, diets, and lots of new action bubbling up in the entertainment industry. The broad range of films are sure to capture the interests of many. Instead of talking about horoscopes [...]

Sophomores dance their way to Oireachtas

On Sunday 22 Nov., RAHS sophomores Adeline Bader and Keir Hichens competed in Oireachtas (pronounced ore-ACK-tus), an annual Irish dance competition. Both Hichens and Bader have been Irish dancers for five years, and are second time competitors [...]

Novel writers scramble for success

To some, November is another month, but to anyone with the concept of a novel and enthusiasm, it is known as NaNoWriMo or National Novel Writing Month. This month-long challenge invites anyone who wants to write a novel to meet a 50,000 word [...]

The Martian measures up to sophomore project

WARNING: This article will contain spoilers for The Martian. Sophomores at RAHS have theorized about technology and strategies for survival on Mars in the Mars Biosphere Project (MBP). Many of these ideas appeared in The Martian. This project, [...]

Student extracurriculars include Magic, airplanes

  All the stress that comes with attending Raisbeck Aviation High School can come in giant loads, so it makes sense students would come up with different way to de-stress and escape school life. Champagne Ryder Champagne Ryder, junior, [...]

Ready, set, film

  Not many filmmakers can brag that they’ve made a film in a weekend, but the RAHS Film Club now has that right.   The Film Club participated in the tradition of the Renton Film Frenzy over the weekend of October 3-4, frantically [...]

The good, the bad, and the pixilated

Looking back at this summer’s movies, some surpassed expectations, but many movies dropped the ball. Ant-Man, one of the summer’s most anticipated movies, turned out to be a lot better than many Marvel fans had expected. Even critics [...]

Marching to the beat of their own drum

Encouraged by their love of music, the musicians of RAHS plan on forming a pep band for the coming school year. The goal of this new Thursday club is to raise spirit in the school and give the student body a chance to show off their artistic [...]

Is music a distraction or not?

Teachers and students across the school have different opinions of whether listening to music in class is appropriate or not. Over the years, there have been disputes, articles, and studies done about music being positive or negative in the [...]

Reflecting on Reflections

National PTA Reflections is a program designed to involve students of all ages in art. Each year, and new theme is decided upon, and is henceforth the topic for subsequent artworks. This year’s theme is “Let Your Imagination Fly.” Rebecca [...]
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