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High Tide

Broadening horizons

Julian Quevedo, Staff Writer

Throughout his life, Principal Jens Brandt has lived in Germany, Egypt, Brazil and the United States. He was able to travel to these places due to his father’s work in international education. “It really opened up my mind to what it’s like to live outside the United States and have a more glo...

February 16

Easy, breezy, beautiful

Easy, breezy, beautiful

Maryam Bacaloni, Staff Writer

What started out as a young girl watching her mom put makeup on turned into a passion for the fine arts of cosmetology. Senior Mahina Armijo expresses her artistic ability through lipsticks and eyeshadows. “At a young age, I would always look up to my mom for makeup advice, and she was one of the reasons I...

February 16

On display

February 16

Junior Maddie Brooks dedicates her free time to creating and sharing art with her friends. Brooks and PVHS student Jo Edmison held an art show at Brooks’ h...

Fractured family

February 16

The moment that they found out their opportunity to visit their relatives in the Middle East had been postponed, their families were devastated by the...

A family divided

A family divided

February 15

*For confidentiality purposes, the student's name has been changed to Reza Tehrani. The President’s executive order to halt immigration from seven muslim majority countries has h...

Marching for equality

January 27

Sophomore Maggie Morey was one of the 500,000 people to walk in the Women’s March in Washington D.C. The Women’s March on Washington was a politic...

On pointe

January 27

For junior Allexxis Allen, dance has been a part of her life since she was two years old. She dedicates more than 20 hours to dance and travels over 1,000 miles a week to get there. With ...

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Cheer competition team falls 0.2 points short from first place at Palms and Pyramids competition

Amanda Ban, Staff Writer

On Sunday, the cheer competition team scored 86.57 out of 100, which is 0.2 points less than the score of the first place winners, at the Palms and Pyramids competition. In order to advance to nationals they needed a score of at least...

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Recent Sports Scores

  • Friday, February 10

    Girls Soccer

    RUHS 4 - Peninsula 0

  • Thursday, February 9

    Girls Soccer

    RUHS 2 - Mira Costa 3

  • Thursday, February 9

    Boys Soccer

    RUHS 2 - Mira Costa 1

  • Thursday, February 9

    Girls Basketball

    RUHS 41 - Mira Costa 44

  • Thursday, February 9

    Boys Basketball

    RUHS 76 - Mira Costa 50

  • Wednesday, February 8

    Girls Water Polo

    RUHS 6 - Mira Costa 5

  • Tuesday, February 7

    Boys Basketball

    RUHS 52 - Peninsula 42

  • Wednesday, February 1

    Girls Water Polo

    RUHS 8 - Peninsula 7

  • Tuesday, January 31

    Boys Soccer

    RUHS 2 - Inglewood 1

  • Tuesday, January 31

    Girls Water Polo

    RUHS 8 - Mira Costa 7

The online student news site of Redondo Union High School
The online student news site of Redondo Union High School