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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Mental health and wellness counselor Rachel Andrews starts a wellness center
Erika Glass, News Editor • September 21, 2021

For the first time in its history, RUHS will be launching a Wellness Center, a safe space on campus where students can relax and destress, according to...

Privy to the pronouns
Hadeel Azzam, Staff Writer • September 21, 2021

Over the last year, people have been encouraging others to be more accepting and respectful towards people...

RUHS is offering free meals to all students this school year
Heather Lee, Entertainment Editor • September 21, 2021

Newly limited choices of lunch and snack — chicken sandwiches, orange and teriyaki chicken, grilled...

The South Bay Parkland Conservancy is advocating to get rid of the Redondo Beach Power Plant
Elise Haulund, News Editor • September 21, 2021

When Redondo Beach residents look out over their coastline, they are met with views of the Applied Energy...

Calm and composed
Mia Dowdell, Features Editor • September 14, 2021

He takes his seat behind the mahogany grand piano, the stage becoming his island amongst a sea of parents and judges in the front seats. Recalling every...

Marching on
Emilie Takahashi and Romi Riss September 14, 2021

She got goosebumps on her arms from the sound waves and seeing the standing ovation from the audience....

Lights, Camera, Animation
Jess Alvear, Sports Editor • September 14, 2021

For four weeks this summer, from 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. 6 days a week, sophomore Lola Diehl spent her days...

Sign of the times
Ethan Lerner, Staff Writer • September 14, 2021

At some point or another every high schooler needs to take a world language class as a part of their...

Making a raquet
Lucy Davis, Staff Writer • September 14, 2021

2020: sleep, tennis, school, repeat. 2021 is the same.  While students across campus finalize schedules,...

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Reject the recall
Ben Ringel, Online Editor • September 19, 2021

Gavin Newsom’s recall is a petty, immature excuse for democracy. The recall offers no actual benefit for California but opens up the possibility...

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A brave withdrawal
Ruby Crosthwait, Features Editor • September 19, 2021

Simone Biles entered the Tokyo Olympics as far more than a gymnastics prodigy. She was the inspiration for young Black athletes nationwide. She...

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Later and longer
Allie D'Amato, Opinion Editor • September 19, 2021

Two hours and 20 minutes. That is how much free time we lose each day now that we have switched back to 2:55 dismissal days instead of 12:35...

Hen hao, hen hao: Shang-Chi brings in a brand new Marvel
Ria Lopresto, Online Editor • September 19, 2021

"Hěnhǎo!” is what I would say to anyone asking me about my opinion on Marvel’s latest film — for those who don’t speak Mandarin, that...

Dancing at the DiscOasis
Sydney Lamich, Staff Writer • September 19, 2021

After walking down a long path in the South Coast Botanical Garden, visitors can discover a retro disco-themed roller rink filled to the brim...

Secrets from a girl (in her new album)
Katarina (Haven) Beches, Features Editor • September 18, 2021

Lorde’s long-awaited third album is here. The New Zealand native’s latest release, “Solar Power,” is one fans have been begging for....

Kai Deines competed at the Junior Olympics in Florida
September 19, 2021

It was 95 degrees outside at the University of North Florida. Entering the scorching heat, junior Kai...

For the love of basketball
Ansel Reyes, Online Editor • September 19, 2021

Redondo Union alumnus Atonye Nyingifa did not dream...

Varsity football heads onto the field for warm-ups. PHOTO COURTESY OF GEOFF MALEMAN
Football totals six sacks but loses 3-13 in a defensive game against Torrance, falling to a record of 0-2
Chrissa Olson, Editor-in-Chief • September 18, 2021

On a chilly Friday evening, under an orange hued sky,...

Boys Varsity Water Polo loses 11-10 in opening game
Boy's Varsity Water Polo loses 11-10 in opening game
Celina Moreno, Photographer • September 4, 2021

On Aug. 31 at 3 p.m., the RUHS boy’s varsity...

Setting sail
Ria Lopresto, Online Editor • September 2, 2021

Football; volleyball; basketball; tennis—all well...

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