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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

Junior G Canon makes a ring with his friend. Photo courtesy of G Canon

Put a ring on it

Lauren Choy, Staff writer May 12, 2022

Each ring that sits on each of his ten fingers has a unique story of its creation. It’s not just an inanimate ring, it holds a passionate value that Junior G Cannon pours out into the rings he makes...

Members of Key Club gather before the Governors Ball. Photo by Nadia Bidarian

DCON-structing the year

Lauren Choy, Staff Writer May 12, 2022

From April 1-3, eight RUHS Key Club members (over 2,000 in total) traveled to Reno, Nevada to attend the first in-person District Convention (DCON) since the start of COVID-19. Members stayed at the Grand...

Unlimited Love album cover by the Red Hot Chili Peppers

The Red Hot Chili Peppers are still on fire

Jade Montoya, Staff Writer April 17, 2022

Spring’s almost over, so get ready for a Black Summer. On April first, The Red Hot Chili Peppers released their album “Unlimited Love”. The album includes songs such as “Here Ever After”, “Aquatic...

Boys golf loses to Santa Monica 209-204

Sydney Lamich, Staff Writer March 16, 2022

Coming up 5 strokes short, the Redondo boys golf team lost to Santa Monica in a close match on Tuesday, Mar. 8th. Breaking their undefeated streak of 3-1, the boys begin to focus on their small mistakes...

Friends fur-ever

Friends fur-ever

Troy Nevil, Online Editor March 15, 2022

Don’t judge a book by its cover. Seriously. Let me elaborate. When you go watch a movie, and have certain expectations going into the theater, don’t let the first fifteen minutes deceive you. My...

Setting the bar high

Setting the bar high

Erika Glass, News Editor February 12, 2022

Tucked away in a corner in the Riviera Plaza and steps away from the ocean, Racer Tea, a newly opened tea bar, has much to offer. Originally run out of owner Chad Webber’s 1975 Dodge van, Racer Tea...

Boys Soccer dominates Peninsula High School 6-0 with relentless offense

Andrew McKenna, Staff Writer February 7, 2022

On Monday, Jan. 31, Redondo Boys Varsity Soccer took the field for a Senior Night game against Peninsula High School. Being the last regular season home game this year’s seniors would ever play, the...

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Omicron mask effectiveness

Marlie Cornwell, Staff Writer January 23, 2022

“Omicron.” “Variant.” “COVID-19.” These days, those words appear in conversation more often than they ever have before. Given a recent outbreak at RUHS, how can students and staff protect themselves?...

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A charming gift

Lauren Strazzeri, Staff Writer January 9, 2022

The new movie “Encanto,'' which translates to “charm,” lives up to its meaning. The new release movie hit the big screens Nov. 24, and the storyline and characters are fantastic. The movie industry...

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Holiday bops

Erika Glass, News Editor December 24, 2021

Each year, when December days roll around, bringing bare trees, brisk temperatures and various holidays, the best way for me to get in the spirit of the season is to listen to songs. With countless creations...

Taking down the competition

Mia Dowdell, Features Editor December 13, 2021

On a cloudy Saturday afternoon, the boys varsity wrestling team felt “confident” going into their meet against Downey High School on Nov. 20—and rightfully so.  “Our preparation had definitely...

Bouncing back from break

Bouncing back from break

Ty Soria, Sports editor December 2, 2021

The buzzer blared as the team captains of RUHS and Bishop Montgomery shook hands before tip-off, glaring assertively at each other. Nov. 18, during the last week before Thanksgiving break, girls varsity...

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