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Snark Attack

Do you know what everyone loves to the bottom of their heart space? High school parking lots. Do you know what their favorite thing about high school parking lots is? People who park like absolute jack@$$es.   I’m talking about the people [...]

Ground Control

Dear Ground Control, Every time I park my car in the neat striped spot, people yell at me. I don’t understand why people are being so mean. What do I do? Sincerely, Parking Perp   Dear Perp, After much thought about your problem, and [...]

Snark Attack: Finals Week and Procrastination

Now that finals are over, we can take a quick time-out to mourn the loss of sleep and friends due to irritability from finals week. It was inevitable, everyone knew it was coming, but what they weren’t expecting were the four day finals for [...]

Homecoming and dealing with the introverts

With less than a week left until Homecoming, I’m too scared to ask someone and I don’t think anyone will ask me. What should I do?   Dateless and Desperate     Dear Dateless,   Man up: pick up the remote, turn off [...]

Snark Attack: Dress Code Enforcement

The dress code was instituted to “promote a professional culture at RAHS,” but the enforcement has become so unpredictable it might be safer to just wear no clothes at all.  I have seen students dress-coded by certain teachers when they [...]

Seniors have pulled it off

In previous years, seniors have done skip days and pranks, but never before have they been as good as this year. For the skip day, teacher Scott McComb and senior Carlos Navarro originated the idea to volunteer and help others by having the [...]

Dr. PAXlove

It all starts after the last year’s PAX Prime ends. You think “Wow, that was pretty fun, I should do it again next year,” and then you go on for the rest of the year, probably not thinking about PAX until sometime around Spring Break. [...]

Skipping senior traditions

Senior pranks and senior skip day are rituals that the graduating classes in most high schools recognize. Both of the activities are generally towards the end of the year, after all the AP testing and major assignments are done in senior classes. The [...]

An open letter to RAHS students, from your cars

Dear RAHS Students, Thanks bruh. We’ve had some real good times in our days. I remember the day your parents and you strolled onto the lot of used cars back when you turned sixteen. You were so young then. Your pubescent scar-covered face [...]

Senior Projects: District Must Vote Pro Choice

On October 22, the Highline School District made the decision not to remove the culminating project as a graduation requirement for the 2014-2015 year, and has postponed making a decision that will affect upcoming years. The District decided [...]
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Schools refuse to offer substantial education of politics

In a world where politics are essential, teenagers are not receiving the amount of education they need in order to make an informed decision when voting.   Washington State currently requires that high school students take three years [...]
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