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Cheaper college tuition calls for more ramen

College tuitions have been increasing since their inception. According to CollegeBoard, the cost of attending a state-funded college has risen almost 160%, or just under $3,000, in the last thirty years. Last June, a bill passed in Washington [...]

New Gay Straight Alliance breaks ground

The Gay Straight Alliance or GSA, in spite of its recent founding, is a subcommunity at RAHS that plans to expand its influence in the near future. Renee Olsen, the Career Choices and Economics teacher, was selected as the GSA adviser after [...]

Superintendent publishes open letter to district

Upon mounting concerns from parents and students, Highline School District Superintendent Dr. Susan Enfield published an open letter to the entirety of the district on 21 Mar 2016. The letter, addressed to Highline School District students [...]

Enthusiastic head honcho announced

Mrs. Therese Tipton has been selected as the new principal of RAHS. She was born in Seattle, and has been a principal in Phoenix, Arizona for the past few years and her background is extensive in both business and teaching. She will soon take [...]

Hottest spring break ever – Costa Rica

During spring break, many RAHS students sat at their computer playing video games, or catching up on their favorite TV series. A few students, however, flew to Costa Rica and enjoyed the sun and water under the leadership of sophomore English [...]

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Andrew Munoz carried roses representing a Valentine's Day tradition in American, similar to White Day.

March’s Japanese and Korean holiday reciprocates Valentine’s traditions

In the month of February, when Valentine’s Day is celebrated, many shops sell special sweets and gifts, which become a huge deal on Valentine’s Day. Now that Valentine’s Day has passed, another holiday is approaching. On White Day in [...]
A 3D rendering puts the gleaming new basketball arena into light

New basketball arena plans to be a slam dunk

In 2009, the iconic Seattle Supersonics were moved to Oklahoma City, much to the disappointment of many, but the basketball dream in Seattle may be reignited. The Key Arena has served as Seattle’s primary stadium for basketball, concerts, [...]

Freshmen wonder about the completion of the Aviation Pavilion

Despite the sluggish pace of construction of the Aviation Pavilion, many students remain enthusiastic for the completion of the structure and eagerly await its imminent finish. Freshmen Cooper LeComp and Xavier Auer have observed the new, albeit [...]

Science Olympiad begins countdown to regionals

On 6 Feb. 2016, Raisbeck Aviation High School’s Science Olympiad team competed at a home invitational in order to prepare for the upcoming regionals competition on 12 Mar. Scott McComb, a coach for the Science Olympiad team, oversees the [...]

Surviving the SAT

College-bound RAHS students are preparing for the SAT on 5 Mar. It’s no secret that many students are stressed and anxious, but according to some, there are ways to manage the stress. Isha Singh, a junior at RAHS, is preparing for the SAT. [...]
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