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RAHS students create solutions on keeping printing identities safe

Towards the end of the year, some students resorted to stealing printing ID’s because they were low on money, which left many with drained accounts as well. RAHS sophomore Ayan Hersi had a lot of expectations for the new school especially [...]

Why campaigners ran the way they did

            From taking a comedic approach to campaigning to developing relationships with RAHS students, every ASB candidate has a method of selling their ideas and leadership to the school. Nicholas Ankuta, [...]

Skunkworks turmoil sparks debates over future of team

With the departure of Coach Robert Steele from the RAHS Skunkworks Robotics Team, questions and uncertainties remained about the team’s future. This has prompted discussions and debates amongst the robotics members, coaches, and administration [...]

RAHS team returns from Florida victorious

The International Space Settlement Design Challenge (ISSDC) drew teams from all over the world to gather in Titusville, Florida. An RAHS team collaborated with foreign representatives, leading to their first place win in late July, 2017. The [...]

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 [...]

Museum of Flight dedicates safety exhibit to J. Kenneth Higgins

The Museum of Flight (MoF) opened up its new safety exhibit dedicated to the late J. Kenneth Higgins, a Boeing Vice-President of Flight Operations in the context of testing and validation, on 13 Oct. The display was a result of a collaboration [...]

Lion Dance emerges at RAHS

Started by David Nguyen, Lion Dance Club is a new addition to the clubs at RAHS that takes place after school. This unique club offers credit opportunities for students and diversifies the culture at RAHS. Junior David Nguyen is passionate [...]

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 [...]

Wind Team explores renewable energy

The RAHS Wind Team has spent the past year building a turbine and as a culmination of their progress, went to Denver for the 2017 Collegiate Wind Competition to show the National Renewable Energy Lab (NREL) what they’ve been working on to [...]

Tech TA’s

Tech TA’s are very hard working students from different grades trying their best to pursue their education and help Tech Director Anthony McLaughlin aid the students around the school with their technical problems.   Becoming a Tech [...]

Skunkworks struggles leading to overcome difficulty

RAHS Skunkworks Robotics Team has had an eventful year; for the first time in its history they didn’t make the cut for a place in the World Championship, instead were allowed to compete solely due to their early placement on a waitlist.   Working [...]
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