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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 [...]

When school goes away the kids can play

As the school year comes to a close and summer draws nearer, busy schedules for some may inevitably become blank canvases of boredom, waiting for a hero. Whether that hero be a car enthusiast who spends numerous hours preparing their ride for [...]

Summer Movie Marathon

Summer movies often end up being some of the biggest blockbusters of the year. This season there is a large selection of films in different genres. With this array of films, there will be a movie that interests everyone. Marvel’s Ant Man [...]

Advertising in cyberspace

Everybody knows what websites are, but not everybody knows how to make them. Finding the proper software to create a website can be difficult. And invariably, indecision sets in when the existence of thousands of these programs are brought [...]

Big bands jam their way into Seattle

During the spring and summer, there is a significant increase in concerts and events that come through Seattle. Students at RAHS are already buying tickets and getting pumped for their favorite bands’ concerts. Some of the bigger names coming [...]

Cartoons relax teenageers and children alike

Many high schoolers act like mature adults, but everyone has their guilty pleasures. Most people know that when you’re sad and not feeling your best, you can turn on Netflix and watch Dora the Explorer or Blue’s Clues. It’s a pleasant [...]

Skatepark hides right around the corner

The River City Skatepark hides away, enclosed in trees, a freeway and nearby buildings. Unknown by many, the park went into construction after much time of persistence and was officially opened in 2008. Combining art and physical activity, [...]

Hallway storyboards spark inspiration for fellow students

Founders surrounding the local aeronautical community implement their own stories into the RAHS hallways and inspire students with outstanding feats and accomplishments which were meant to leave a lasting impact on STEM education. Though this [...]
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