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Ground Control Stress and Kazooooooo

Dear Ground Control, I am struggling under the pressure of junior year so much that the few days where I get my homework done and I’m able to relax, I feel even more stressed about everything. What can I do? Sincerely, Forever Stressed   Dear [...]

Cryptocurrencies gaining popularity at RAHS

With all the recent news about bitcoin, it is no surprise that students at RAHS are getting invested in cryptocurrencies. So what are cryptocurrencies? Cryptocurrency has been gaining popularity but not many know how the whole system works. [...]

Rolling around at the speed of sound

Many students at RAHS pursue passions outside of engineering. Some, for instance, utilize the Pacific Northwest outdoors to mountain and dirt bike and to motorcycle. Senior Carson Lobdell has had an interest riding mountain bikes since middle [...]

Pirouetting into a new year

While maintaining good grades, working as a hostess, and finding time to spend with friends and family, senior Veronica Soran also manages to keep her dancing intact. Her mom’s infatuation for ballet is what got Soran engaged with dance at [...]

2017 the safest year in aviation

Due to advances in aviation technology and the emphasis on aviation safety, 2017 has been the safest year for flight, with fewer commercial and private aircraft accidents than ever before. RAHS senior and Museum of Flight docent Joshua Carver [...]

Project Welcome Home Memorial to be placed right next to RAHS

The Boeing B-52 Stratofortress 59-2584 (aka Midnight Express) Restoration Project is being called “Project Welcome Home” (PWH). The project is being coordinated through the Museum of Flight (MoF) by two RAHS representatives, Freshman [...]

Interact offers a helping hand

The Southcenter Rotary Club is a gathering of business owners around the Tukwila community who have taken it upon themselves to recruit RAHS’ Interact Club in one of their projects. The purpose of the Bionic Arm project is to create 3D prosthetics [...]

Ground Control: Mr. Mannion

Dear Ground Control, How did Mr. Mannion create chemistry? It’s indisputable that he did, but how? What were his motivations? Sincerely, Curious Chemist Dear Lesser Chemist, Of course our exquisite chem-god — pronounced (Che-em) [...]

Snark Attack WoBBLy sTAiRs

Dear peers, There’s an uprising against us. It’s the main stairway, the anonymous steps that give themselves character when they qUaKe and TreMbLE when one does nothing but step on them. I lose a little bit of hope for my life everytime [...]

FCC repeals net neutrality

On 14 Dec. 2017 the Federal Communications Commission voted to remove regulations  preventing internet providers from blocking websites or charging for better service and certain content. The effects of this are yet to be seen, but RAHS students [...]

Seniors show their interest in languages through the Senior Project

Senior Projects have kicked off for the 2017-18 school year with creative ideas based on STEM concepts and an interest in linguistics. Senior Spencer Slaton is considering doing a senior project that provides further preparation for college [...]
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