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Con you dig it?

Seattle is known for many things, but perhaps one of the most obvious in our school culture is our comic and anime (Japanese cartoons) conventions. Many RAHS students attend these conventions annually, and while they may be intimidating to [...]

Museum showing an artistic side

To celebrate its 50th anniversary, the Museum of Flight will have 25 six-foot tall astronaut models decorated by local and student artists and placed around the Seattle area. Rachel Dreeben is a promotions coordinator at the Museum. “The [...]

League of Legends Takes the World by Storm

An astonishing 67 million people play League of Legends every month, amounting to almost one percent of the Earth’s population. This staggering statistic makes League of Legends the most popular game on Earth. The game is classified as a [...]

Students come into the holiday season eager to show their skills

It’s the holiday season and people at RAHS have different ways to express their talents through performing arts.Students are dancing, singing, and playing musical instruments. Not every band student is committed, but junior Noah Voges gets [...]

Wintertime sadness

Don’t let the cold get you down over winter break! There are plenty of fun winter activities in the Pacific Northwest. The Seattle Center has plenty of fun winter activities for people of all ages to partake in. Enjoy the holiday carousel [...]

Ultimate Christmas Special Deathmatch

Students this holiday season are preparing to go to blows over their treasured TV holiday traditions. “My favorite Christmas special has got to be Charlie Brown, simply because it puts all others to shame… I can’t stand anything Disney [...]

Mad scramble for art credits

In order to get their high school diploma, the Class of 2015 rushes to cram in 150 hours of art by June 1. However, they are not alone. Students of all grades are looking to fulfill the requirement through a variety of creative, or standard, [...]

Back to the present

When looking back at old science fiction movies, some of the technology may seem pretty far-fetched, but there’s plenty of tech nowadays that was predicted by past sci-fi films. Back to the Future 2, which is set in 2015,  is one of the [...]

Givin’ me an Art Attack

By Payton Madson The Georgetown Art Attack is a monthly art walk that allows the public to explore the studios, shops, and trailers that house many local artists. “What distinguishes the Georgetown Art Attack from similar art walks in other [...]

Spanish pop culture assists Peterson’s students

By Robyn McLuen Señor William Peterson furthers his students’ understanding of the Spanish language by utilizing familiar music and movies to show progress in comprehension. After students like sophomore Isha Singh began to overcome the [...]

AP Art discovers home at RAHS

Despite the school being known predominantly known for its stellar STEM program, a small portion of RAHS’ students have taken up the AP Art course. Garrett Shiroma, the chemistry teacher at RAHS, has been interested in art since his high [...]
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