Choosing a sport in high school can be a difficult decision for some, but for senior Natalie Hardiman, the choice was clear.
“I’ve always been interested in running. I’ve been running on my own since elementary school,” Hardiman said. “I always just assumed that I would join cross country... READ MORE »»
From what had simply begun as another English project, seniors Melissa Focardi and Arriana Veloso went above the call of duty and forged a 54-page graphic novel.
“Making the book was harder than I thought. I thought it would be easy to get a story together and then just decide what the drawings... READ MORE »»
After visiting family in Palestine, Yasmeen El-Hasan knew that contributing to peace in the Middle East would be a driving force in choosing a career path.
Since a young age, El-Hasan was exposed to journalism and intrigued by world affairs. Her father was a journalist for 20 years, and she worked on... READ MORE »»
This morning over a hundred students and community members gathered in front of RUHS holding up signs, dressed in bright rainbow colors, faces painted, chanting messages of love and support to protest against the Westboro Baptist Church.
The Westboro Baptist Church is a small family group with less... READ MORE »»
Update: 888 students have officially been released from school.
While students were walking onto campus early this morning,[Friday Dec. 11th], the last thing they may of been expecting, they encountered; Intimidating graffiti which by many was read as a threat.
“YOU ARE ALL [expletive deleted]... READ MORE »»
With league season just around the corner, softball defeated West high school 6-1, proving themselves as potential competitors.
“I think our success is just coming off our previous wins. We have some nice momentum and... Read More »
Five members of the Westboro Baptist Church protested at RUHS on Monday, Jan. 11. We interviewed the three adults.
Q: Why are you here today?
A: I’m here to preach to these children and everybody... Read More »
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