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Contemporary dance represents students’ emotions

Passion, or graduation requirements, often push RAHS students to embrace new extracurriculars. Contemporary dance, alongside other forms, has currently taken the interest of a few underclassmen. Sophomore Dory Mwangi has been interested in [...]

Teachers working to open robotics space to creative students

Teachers Nikhil Joshi, Michael Gudor, and Scott McComb are working with seniors James Mitchell and Erik Harang on the development of a Makerspace, a place for students and classes to not only design creations, but to have a hands-on experience [...]

Proposed levy promises support for school programs

The brand new proposed levy for Highline voters will be decided upon on 13 Feb. 2018. This new levy will be replacing one destined to expire at the end of 2018 and will also pay for more specific necessities that the District requires to function [...]

RAHS student juggles 2 lives

RAHS sophomore Chase Barton has served his community through his work as a juggler and as a Boy Scout through his love of nature. An activity Barton has interest in is juggling, his interest for juggling was sparked when he was a child and [...]

Beware junior year!

At RAHS, it isn’t uncommon to see a junior student with their hair on fire because of some deadline in their classes. The transition to being an upperclassman brings many stressors such as harder Advanced Placement (AP) classes and preparation [...]

Competitors face annual Poetry Out Loud competition

Poetry Out Loud (POL) competitions took place in three different classes this year: AP Literature and Composition, Sophomore English, and Aviation Theater. RAHS English teacher Wayne Storer ran the competitions in Aviation Theater and AP Literature [...]

Winter Ball arrives in the midst of Spirit Week

During Spirit Week starting Jan. 22 through Jan. 26, there are unique events that ASB committee plans for the RAHS student body, including the annual Winter Ball dance. RAHS Junior Abdi Osman, is on the ASB committee, helping to come up with [...]

Flight by Design takes literal flight through drone

At RAHS, it is no secret that project based learning is a large part of curriculum. One of RAHS’ elective classes, Flight by Design, takes that to the next level. A group of students in Flight by Design is currently developing an autonomous [...]

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 [...]

ACE Club gives back to the community

Recently, ACE Club participated with the organization Wreaths Across America in order to give back to the community and to demonstrate kindness. It is a charity fund that helps out families of veterans that have passed away. Sophomore and ACE [...]

Snark Attack

Food. It’s more than important. It’s vital. Dealing with the stress of final projects, studying, and all of the other work that’s piled onto the poor devils here can be very difficult, and to add insult to injury, lunch lines that [...]
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