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Students tackle new events for Science Olympiad

After RAHS Science Olympiad team’s challenging but successful previous season, many members are competing in new events this season. Because of these events, coaches Scott McComb and Lisa Weeks as well as the students are getting prepared [...]
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Laptops return to (not) play

While students were out and about during the summer, RAHS’s Blended Learning Technologist Anthony McLaughlin was hard at work fixing the laptops so they would function better during the 2015-2016 school year. After a cleaning of the hardware, [...]

Innovative iPads impact lesson plans

Technology has definitely had an impact on the way students learn at RAHS. From television sets in every classroom to the use of OneNote, teachers have many different ways of getting points across to their students. Teachers were given the [...]

Temporary night vision becomes reality

  A team of biohackers from California successfully induced a temporary sense of night vision by injecting a simple chemical cocktail directly onto the eye. Incredibly, it allowed other scientists to see over 160 feet in the dark for a [...]

Suns out, test tubes ready

For many students at RAHS, the learning doesn’t stop at the end of the long school year. “Science camps” for all ages allow students to learn about things they are truly interested about and keep their mind sharp over the summer. If they [...]

Troubleshooting Technology

Technology is frequently a double-edged sword, but so is technology policy. While the backend bureaucracy might not be as black and white as a program crashing when you need it most, the blessings and curses it offers can be found all over [...]

Building a future after high school

For high schoolers at Raisbeck Aviation High School, it’s tough to choose the right career path. Often, the best way for students to take advantage of opportunities is to look at others and their solid foundations. Those who have a specific [...]

Future of Windows 10 in HSD unknown

A big question many are asking is Highline School District considering updating to Windows 10. Currently it is unknown whether the district is interested in the new operating system, but it has several benefits and drawbacks to consider. “I [...]

F5: A refresh for student laptops

Last year, all students, except graduating seniors, were able to keep their school laptops over the summer. While some used their laptops extensively over the previous summer, others opted to use their own computers instead. Although this is [...]

Searching for research

Universities offer a plethora of opportunities, from internships to extracurriculars, sports, clubs, and student organizations, and many of the most beneficial opportunities involve undergraduate research. While scientific and technological [...]

NASA tests new ‘flying saucer’

NASA has given the world another glimpse of its revolutionary flying saucer technology, which will play a crucial role in future Mars missions. The 15-foot wide, 7,000-pound test vehicle underwent a “spin test” on a table at NASA’s Jet [...]
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