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English class shuffle

English class shuffle

February 21, 2019

As next year’s course selection rapidly approaches, students have only a few contemplative weeks left before the decisive day. In the meantime, incoming ...

Birds take flight

Grace Molinero and Summer Saad

December 21, 2018

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City Council members are doing their best to regulate the scooter Bird as they become more popular in the South Bay. According to John Larock, a staff advisor on community service, on December 7, City Council received an email from Bird on a pop up-event that was going to take place for a few days in Redondo Beach to receive feedback. Their feedback would be shared with...

Under Fire

Angie Tait, Staff Writer

December 6, 2018

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With close ties to the tragic Borderline shooting and Woolsey Fire in early November, it’s safe to say Amy Doran has had a difficult month. Doran, who is a longtime friend of Assistant Principal Megan Schooler, and her husband Christopher, an Associate Professor of Religion at Pepperdine, were close family friends of Alaina Housley, a Pepperdine freshman and one of the...

Living up to the hype?

Analise Asaro, News Editor

September 27, 2018

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After a year of noise and construction, the 900s building was finally finished in August. English teachers Emily Krueger, Angie Yi, Cassandra Jones, and science teacher Salwa Sabet were chosen to receive classrooms in the new building. “I love the new building. It is spacious and I love the high ceiling because it gives the illusion that the room is even bigger,” Yi ...

Staying in touch

Maia Ward, Staff Writer

May 29, 2018

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RBUSD will test a new app, Titan Health & Security Technologies (Titan HST), to respond to emergency cases across the district, such as fires, medical issues and school shootings. The app offers businesses and schools, which are referred to as “sites,” multiple features, including instant messages to administration and emergency broadcasts to their entire networks. RU...

Golden voices, golden prize

Martha Farah, Staff Writer

May 8, 2018

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Advanced Choir attended the Worldstrides Heritage Choral Festival in San Francisco on April 12-15, winning gold in the 3A Chamber Choir category. The schools were divided into groups according to the number of participants. “After winning, it was such a wonderful feeling because we worked really hard and we really deserved it,” senior Meagan Cooley said. “When they ...

Scheduling Conflict

Scheduling Conflict

May 3, 2018

Students in Redondo Unified School District have experienced stack schedule, which is all classes in one day, and block schedule, which is three classe...

Traffic Jam

Traffic Jam

May 3, 2018

zAnnoying, frustrating, and stressful is how students and teachers in nearby classrooms describe the ongoing construction near the 700 buildings. “...

Forging a path ahead

Forging a path ahead

April 29, 2018

AP Environmental Science students took part in an extra credit opportunity at Hopkins Wilderness Park, Redondo Beach on Saturday, April 22. Working alongside...

A smile that could light up a room

A smile that could light up a room

Lorraina Scalaro, Staff Writer

March 29, 2018

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Around the end of February, math teacher Ben Wakefield had a conversation with freshman Vincent Barbee.   The two talked about the Stoneman Douglas Hi...

Ready To Roll

Grace McGonigle, Staff Writer

March 29, 2018

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The Beach Cities Robotics Team 294, comprised of students from RUHS and Mira Costa High School, will be competing at the For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology Robotics Competition, or FIRST, in Orange County the weekend of March 24 and 25. This will be the first of the team’s two competitions in 2018. “We haven't had a competition yet, so I'm n...

No More Room

Analise Asaro, Staff Writer

February 20, 2018

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  *A source wants to remain anonymous. She will be referred to as Jane Doe. If students do not live in Redondo Beach and wish to attend RUHS, they must go to the district office and apply for a permit. According to Assistant Principal Dargen, students who have a parent who works for the school district or a sibling who goes to RUHS get bumped to the top of the...

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