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Teachers discuss rounding philosophies

Every time a semester ends, the discussion on teachers rounding grades is revived at RAHS. There a wide array of personal philosophies and perspectives on student behaviors among the staff. The general consensus though is that students should [...]

Spirit Week or Spirit Weak

Spirit Week at RAHS is meant to be a fun, and sometimes crazy, time for the students, jam- packed with games, music, and extras. It is also a time of low stress, fun, and relaxing for the student body. It is also becoming a confusing time for [...]

FTC Skunks set gears into motion

Performing in the Boeing Presentation Center on Saturday Nov. 22 was RAHS’ Skunkworks FTC robotics team participating in their first competition of the season. The team showed off their hard work and passion for robotics against ten different [...]

Faculty on Start-Ups

Student start-ups are known for springing up across college and university campuses as students realize their dreams and ideas. Economics teacher Brett Sarver and career center faculty member Steve Davolt drew from their business experience [...]

Students enter through the back door without permission

Since moving to the new campus, RAHS students have been confused on the rules regarding entering the school through the South doors and have raised questions on why use of the door is not allowed. “Official school policy is that students [...]

I liked it better last time

Every year, the “Holiday” and “Winter” editions of regurgitation hit the market and expect to be big, unique sellers. Stop trying to make holiday movies happen. We liked it better last time, production companies. We liked it best the [...]

Pushing through MEPS

The Military Entrance Processing Station, or MEPS, is a milestone in the applicants’ process towards joining the US Armed Forces. In itself, the idea of MEPS is a very straightforward one—a series of examinations to determine whether or [...]

Greenspace for change of pace

With RAHS surrounded by planes and concrete in every direction, it may seem like there are no green spaces for the nature-deprived student. But fear not! From frisbee fields to small corner parks, the area is teeming with green space just down [...]

Speech and Debate Stanford bound

After months of practice and numerous competitions, the RAHS speech and debate team is taking on a new challenge, a competition at Stanford. A group of selected juniors and seniors is travelling there at the beginning of next month. Stanford [...]

Students spin into record and book stores

Comics and music are two things that students don’t get a lot of in class. Fortunately, on South Vale Street in Georgetown, Fantagraphics and Georgetown Records are stores that provide students a pleasant release from stress with a one-of-a-kind [...]

Former staff member stays as a mentor

Mentorships are one of the most fundamental parts of RAHS. The benefits they provide include helping students learn about the future, give them job shadows, and assist them with choices concerning the future. Aviation’s mentor program has [...]
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