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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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...

Aiming High

Aiming High

Ethan Lerner, Staff Writer November 10, 2021

Staring down the end of the range, Junior Roisin Bells nocks an arrow in her bow, takes aim, and lets loose as it zips away and sinks into her target. Even though a pandemic season cut her competition...

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Venom “Let There Be Carnage” Review

Sydney Lamich, Staff Writer November 2, 2021

Fans celebrate the return of the comical, action-packed Spider-Man Marvel supervillain spin-off, “Venom,” as they come back for their sequel, “Venom: Let There Be Carnage,” released on Oct. 1....

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 than you probably remember, but have possibly made one big mistake: not walking in and ordering...

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Goodbye Evan Hansen

Ria Lopresto, Online Editor October 9, 2021

  Words Fail—to describe how bad the adaptation of the Tony Award-winning Broadway musical Dear Evan Hansen is. The movie premiered last Friday, Sept. 24 and is available in theaters everywhere. Don’t...

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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 single “Old Town Road,” rapper, singer and songwriter Lil Nas X released his highly anticipated debut album titled “Montero” on Sept. 17,...

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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 want to know where to get the best pumpkin spice latte for your buck. Don’t worry, I’ve got you covered. Among Starbucks, Pete’s Coffee, and Coffee...

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BeachLife Festival review

Emilie Takahashi, Opinion Editor September 23, 2021

Music festivals are known for being extreme, dangerous and for having an abundance of floral headbands and drugs. Besides the occasional marijuana use, the Beach Life Music Festival broke this stereotype...

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