09262018 Headline:

The Apocalypses Happened…

 

58% of voters approve funding for education and student programs

In Feb. 2018, voters approved the Highline Replacement Educational Programs & Operations Levy, with 58% voting in favor of it. This levy will continue to fund teachers, educational help for students with special needs, athletic programs, [...]

New CAD teacher brings new format to class

The Engineering Design II class, with a focus on computer-aided design (CAD) and manufacturing, is taught by Michael Gudor and allows returning students to choose projects that interest them. These projects range from 3D printing fidget spinners [...]

False rumors about Skunkwork Robotics spread

As RAHS Skunkwork Robotics finishes their season, rumors surrounding potential changes to the club have been circulating among the student body.   According to RAHS Principal Therese Tipton, however, misinformation abounds.  For instance, [...]

How to Survive end of the year

Spirit Week brings peak in dress codes violations

Usually Spirit Week involves dressing up in different themes for each day, but in the week before Spring Fling students were dressing for the weather, regardless of the day’s theme. This resulted in twenty-two detentions. During Spirit Week [...]

Stay in school–cash injections for the low price of an essay

With the year coming to a close, several scholarship winners have been announced. Students have applied, written essays, and key industry players have chosen scholarship recipients. Geneva Rossman was the recipient of a $5000 scholarship from [...]

We could have company

  On 3 May 2016, a team of professors and students at the University of Liège in Belgium discovered three potentially habitable planets orbiting around an ultracool dwarf star about forty light years away from Earth. Even though forty [...]

The end-of-semester blues

Studies and statistics show that students’ stress during the finals week increases drastically, and students in a desperate time will look for any and every solution to keep them awake and alert.   “Nearly half (49%) of all students [...]

Famous tradition overlaps with another

While some were dressing in sequins and giving flowers to one another for the Aviators’ Ball, other students decided to take a different approach to their November night. Students were encouraged by both flyers and the NOTAM to apply to [...]

A Mountain Range Of Speed Bumps

The sound of scraping suspensions and the sea of red brake lights can been seen and heard throughout the front of the school. The official speed limit is 10 mph throughout the lot. The new implementation of the speed bumps are supposed to slow [...]
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