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This photo of a robot was submitted by RUHS Robotics for the at-home skills challenges. The team had to adapt to a new way of competing by documenting their progress and final product with pictures rather than in person. PHOTO COURTESY OF RUHS ROBOTICS CLUB
Robotics from afar
Emilie Takahashi, Staff Writer • March 3, 2021

FIRST Robotics is designed to be a “really intense sport,” according to senior Kelly Flippo.  Normally, at the start of the robotics season, a video is released explaining the rules of the game....

During a period of illness, Szeles sketches her hand with colored pencils. PHOTOS COURTESY OF CIENNA SZELES
Feeling inspired
Sydney Lamich, Staff Writer • March 2, 2021

For sophomore Cienna Szeles, art is a way to express her feelings and thoughts to the world on paper.  Starting at a young age, Szeles learned how to make art from her grandmother, who was also an...

ILLUSTRATION BY KATELYN PERRY
A new investment
Ty Soria, Staff Writer • March 2, 2021

During the middle of the pandemic, the most economic activity many teens may have partaken in is exchanging bells in Animal Crossing or saying “stonks” instead of stocks. Sophomores Sean Stassi...

Enlightened thinking, enlightened screens
Enlightened thinking, enlightened screens
Ty Soria, Staff writer • February 18, 2021

Today, coffeehouse culture and discussions over politics are prevalent in daily life, but this actually originated in 18th century Europe during the Enlightenment. The week before first semester finals,...

PHOTO COURTESY OF SAMMIE HALL
Surf's up
Sarah Shurtleff, Staff Writer • February 18, 2021

Surfing is a way of life in the South Bay. For Sammie Hall and Sam Brecker, this has been one of their “favorite” activities for many years. Hall was inspired to start surfing at the age of seven...

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