08172018 Headline:

RAHS students blown away to the Windy City

Wind Team has been a part of RAHS for almost 2 years now, gearing up for the bi-annual collegiate Wind Turbine Competition. They were unable to compete in the competition, however, because they were a high school team and not a collegiate team. [...]

ASP gets its head out of the clouds

Two years ago, the Museum of Flight’s education program started the Aeronautical Science Pathway (ASP), a free program allowing high school juniors and seniors with a passion to pursue a career in an aviation related field to earn up to 60 [...]

Men look fly at Mr. Aviation

On 27 Apr. 2018, Mr. Aviation, RAHS’ male beauty pageant, was held in the BPC. The contestants tried their hand at a dance, showcased their many skills in a talent show, and demonstrated how smooth of a talker they are when answering questions. [...]

Group Project Snark Attack

I cannot count the amount of times I have been let down in a group project. In every group project, I have always been assigned with at least one IDIOT PARTNER who has absolutely NO understanding of a WORK ETHIC. I get it, when we leave high [...]

FAKE Ground Control

Dear Ground Control, Why are all of your questions fake? Sincerely, An Underwhelmed Reader Dear Underwhelmed Reader, Wow, I’m hurt. Just kidding, I don’t dwell on small things, like your opinion and the questions submitted to the local newspaper [...]

Has the dissections unit been helpful?

The thought of cutting open a dead animal is disgusting, but the learning behind this unit is critical for students. Though many students find the dissection unit helpful, some say otherwise. Sophomore Joseph Pacini thought that the dissections [...]

Flight by Design projects are coming in for landing

In the start of September, Flight by Design (FbD) let loose by giving their students more freedom by the students breaking off into teams to tackle their year-long projects of interest. There are six different projects; each team ranges from [...]

Wind Team hopes to blow away the competition

Wind team is upping the ante by taking their turbine to Chicago to prepare for collegiate-level competitions. While they won’t technically be competing, the team will travel to the Collegiate Wind Competition on 7 May through the 10th in [...]

AP testing? More like AP stressing

As the 2018 school year comes to an end, the AP testing due date slowly approaches, building stress for juniors and seniors. As for students who plan on taking the AP test next year, learning from those with experience is essential. Junior [...]

Driving hard to finish senior final projects

As RAHS seniors rapidly approach the end of the year and graduation, the select few who have chosen to participate in the Senior Showcase are wrapping up their projects before their presentations. But with too few putting forth projects for [...]

Aviation Law dives into end-of-semester project

Troy Hoehne’s Aviation Law class consists of students interested in learning about what happens behind the scenes of all things aviation, specifically regarding to the laws and regulations surrounding the industry. The class is now in the [...]
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