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The Return of In-Person Learning

The Return of In-Person Learning
RBUSD Board of Education decides to resume in-person learning for PreK-2nd Grade
January 13, 2021

  As some RBUSD parents beg for a return to in-person learning and others appear vehemently against it, the RBUSD Board of Education offered a viable solution: the option of in-person, hybrid instruction...

Worldwide Rotary

Photo courtesy of Cambria Brann
The Rotary Club brings together students from all over the world
December 16, 2020

While in day-to-day Zoom classes, the majority of students join from the South Bay, but at the weekly Rotary Club meetings, people join from as far away as Spain, Chile, Japan, and the Domincan Republic. The...

RUHS COVID-19 Update

December 4, 2020

As infection rates are rising throughout the country and LA County, a RUHS staff member has tested positive for COVID-19. Though RUHS students are virtual learning, staff returned to campus in August....

Is Dash and Lily too Cliché?

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Staff writer Allie D'Amato reviews Dash and Lily, a new Netflix original series
December 4, 2020

A cliché Christmas love story that made me lose the little faith I had left Netflix’s production quality. The new Netflix series, Dash and Lily, was released on the platform on Nov. 10, with eight 25-minute...

Harry Styles combats toxic masculinity

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Harry Styles's Vogue cover takes steps forward to ending toxic masculinity stereotypes for men
November 30, 2020

On Nov. 13, Harry Styles made history, appearing on the cover of Vogue as the first solo man. Styles wore a dress for this photoshoot, angering thousands of people and causing a lot of controversy. Many...

See you in court

Members of the 2020-2021 Mock Trial team. Photo from Meena Kabbani
Mock Trial attended their first virtual competitions in the 2020-2021 season
November 24, 2020

Mock Trial competed through Zoom rather than in the Stanley Mosk Courthouse in downtown Los Angeles on November 2nd and 10th. Judges ran trials in breakout rooms with scorers observing and tallying points...

Just keep swimming

Quayle racing freestyle at a RUHS home meet. It was taken on April 25, 2019. Photo taken by Chloe Rosenbaum
Senior Sarah Quayle becomes the athlete representative for Southern California Swimming
November 12, 2020

Senior Sarah Quayle has been selected this year to be an athlete representative of Southern California Swimming (SCS), a youth athlete organization.  The SCS acts as the governing body for all teams...

COVID-19 Friendly Halloween Activities

COVID-19 Friendly Halloween Activities
Due to COVID-19, traditional Halloween activities have been cancelled, but there is are still opportunities to get in the Halloween spirit
October 28, 2020

Amidst the new restrictions and social-distance orders put in place due to COVID-19, many Halloween attractions and social events have been in question about whether or not they would be allowed to operate...

Halloween Movie Reviews

Halloween Movie Reviews
With spooky season just around the corner, Erika Glass reviews four classic Halloween movies
October 25, 2020

With Halloween just around the corner, and the gradual arrival of fallen leaves, brisk air and pumpkin scents, it’s time to curl up with a cozy blanket and a good movie to help get you into the season.    One...

Bottled Water Review

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Does it all taste the same?
October 24, 2020

Many bottled water companies utilize all kinds of gimmicks to entice consumers into purchasing their water; words and phrases like “bottled at the source,” “Earth’s finest water” and “artesian”...

Calling all delegates: Model United Nations Club to continue online

Model United Nations adapts to COVID-19 in its 2020-2021 season
October 12, 2020

Committee is now in session; except this time, it’s from home. The Model United Nations (MUN) club has had to make some adjustments for both their regularly scheduled meetings and prospective conferences...

COVID-19 affects specialized education plans and their implementation

Students with specialized education plans have had to adapt to learning in a virtual space during COVID-19.
October 6, 2020

It is common for students to say that distance learning has been quite an adjustment for them. Some say they can no longer focus for all of class, others say they feel more tired from staring at a computer...

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