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Sexual crimes on campus

As the juniors start to scout out colleges and seniors start receiving their acceptance letters, sexual assault on campus needs to be a topic of discussion. According to the Washington Post, in the last four years, one in five women has been [...]

2017 Year in Review

Dear readers, Due to a file uploading error, we accidentally reprinted our center spread feature (pages 6-7) from our last issue, instead of a new “Year in Review” feature we were excited to share with you. We apologize for the error, and [...]

Science Olympiad students support middle schoolers

For many years, students from the RAHS Science Olympiad team have been dedicating their time to mentoring Chinook Middle School (CMS) Science Olympiad students. Scott McComb, the Science Olympiad coach at RAHS, hopes the program will get middle [...]

Midspread Answer Key

Sports (of the mind) What is the founding year of robotics team? (2006-2007) What is the founding year of frisbee team? ( 2012) Who coaches the Sci-Oly study groups? (Mr. Mannion) Number of Sci-Oly events? (24) Number of speech and debate [...]

AP scheduling puts a damper on May

With May and AP tests approaching, some of the juniors and seniors of RAHS are tasked with the difficult challenge of taking more than one AP test in a single day.   In fact, junior Izzie Torres, who is taking five AP courses, must take [...]

2017 Summer Dare

All right RAHS students, it’s almost time for summer, and you know what that means! Staying at home, closing the curtains, and sitting on your laptop for three months straight. Okay, maybe a few of you actually have fun plans. But for the [...]

RAHS to offer 4 years of Spanish next year

In February 2017, the Highline School District mandated that all schools offer four consecutive years of world language. As a result, next year RAHS will offer four years of Spanish. Director of Language Learning and Teacher Development Bernard [...]

Orienteering maps its way into RAHS

After only two seasons of competing, RAHS’ orienteering team recently took home trophies. The girls’ team placed first in both regular season and the championship, the boys placed third in regular season.   Regular season has eight [...]

Open school network open to misuse

Security camera feeds on the RAHS campus have been freely accessible to view on the school network, but concerns about students abusing the open design of that network has the district Department of Technology Services (DoTS) keeping closer [...]

Poetry Out Loud debuts at RAHS

On Jan. 17, students and teachers met in the PLC for the first Poetry Out Loud (POL) competition at RAHS. The competition aims to foster the love of poetry in high schools around the country. Freshman English teacher, Wayne Storer, was the [...]

Mentor inspires and changes lives

Through his efforts in making professional connections, sophomore Sameer Romani has found desirable qualities and wisdom in his mentor, Captain Steve Taylor, who has plenty to teach him. “When I first met Captain Taylor, I knew I wanted to [...]
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