The online student news site of Redondo Union High School

High Tide

The online student news site of Redondo Union High School

High Tide

The online student news site of Redondo Union High School

High Tide

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Club rush hour
Mia Schrift, Writing Editor • October 9, 2021

Students game competitively on a team in Valorant Club Valorant, a video game based on two five-versus-five teams battling each other, boasts 14 million...

Changes in the court
Emilie Takahashi, Opinion Editor • October 9, 2021

Homecoming as students know it today hasn’t always been as it is now. Undergoing numerous name-changes...

A call for transparency
Simra Zargar, Writing Editor • October 9, 2021

After having the flag up for eight years, Modern World and US History teacher Geoffrey Watts removed...

Learning from quarantine
Mia Dowdell, Features Editor • October 9, 2021

To many students, the first day of school was almost cathartic. Zoom fatigue and waning motivation made...

Now in session
Romi Riss, Copy Editor • September 30, 2021

During the RBUSD Board Meeting on Sept. 27, several students, parents, and community members discussed...

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Above and beyond
Elise Haulund, News Editor • October 9, 2021

To make a difference in the world can be a seemingly impossible task. In the opinion of Spanish 2 and 4 teacher Sarah Robinson, it’s much more simple:...

Welcome new teachers
Ansel Reyes , Online Editor • October 8, 2021

Jennica Smith, Geometry and AP Calculus AB teacher: What are you looking forward to the most this year...

More than just a hobby
Elise Haulund, News Editor • October 8, 2021

The realm of the extraordinary has become an ordinary part of the teenage experience—in the form of...

Paid to be a princess
Erika Glass, News Editor • October 8, 2021

Wearing a light yellow ball gown, a girl walks up to a party, immediately greeted by lively decorations...

Crochet the stress away
Jess Alvear, Sports Editor • October 8, 2021

Competitive dancer Sarah St. John, senior, dances six to seven days a week. On weekdays, she practices...

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The case for space
Ethan Lerner, Staff Writer • October 7, 2021

Elon Musk’s SpaceX and Jeff Bezos' BlueOrigin have blasted off the surface of our blue marble with goals that would've seemed impossible ten...

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COVID case concerns
Ruby Crosthwait, Features Editor • October 7, 2021

“I want to inform you that one student has tested positive for COVID-19,” reads an email sent on Sept. 13 by RUHS principal Anthony Bridi....

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Green screens get the red light
Troy Nevil, Online Editor • September 19, 2021

Reopening schools in the middle of a pandemic requires many rules and regulations, and this school year has proved to be no different; masks...

The cozy little restaurant you drive past everyday
The cozy little restaurant you drive past everyday
Meghan Jacob , Editor-In-Chief • October 9, 2021

Driving down PCH you might have passed by Siam I Am, a quaint family-owned Thai restaurant, more times...

Image from Dear Evan Hansen
Goodbye Evan Hansen
Ria Lopresto, Online Editor • October 9, 2021

  Words Fail—to describe how bad the adaptation...

Lil Nas X poses for a promotional photoshoot for Montero. Photo by Charlotte Rutherford
So much more than just an Old Town Road
Troy Nevil, Online Editor • October 9, 2021

Two years after breaking the charts with his country-rap...

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Rejoice for fall and the pumpkin spice latte
Alezar Forbes, Podcast Editor • October 8, 2021

Let’s face it, coffee can be a bit pricey and you...

Squid Game
Squid Game
Zelia Lerch, Entertainment Editor • October 6, 2021

The new K-Drama TV show, Squid Game, has taken the...

Refuse to lose
Jade Montoya, Staff Writer • October 18, 2021

On the afternoon of Oct. 14, Girls’ Varsity Tennis took on Santa Monica High, with both doubles teams...

Just within reach
Sara Miyake-Singer, Features Editor • October 17, 2021

On Thursday, Oct. 14, the RUHS girls’ varsity volleyball...

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Boys' Varsity Football sought another win on Homecoming night
Sydney Lamich, Staff writer • October 11, 2021

The Seahawks were hopeful after their first win...

Redondo prepares for a serve that would cause them to lose their first set 25-19. Photo capture by Ty Soria
Girls' Varsity Volleyball loses to Mira Costa
Ty Soria, Sports editor • October 11, 2021

Girls’ Varsity Volleyball faced off against Mira...

Football leaves their mark against West Torrance winning 20-7
Ben Ringel, Online Editor • October 8, 2021

After a slower start to the season than they had hoped...

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