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

The chicken sandwich is not worth the homophobia

The chicken sandwich is not worth the homophobia

Ruby Crosthwait, Features Editor January 21, 2022

Before the pandemic abruptly took the world by storm two years ago, 2020 was seen as a year of possibilities, even to fast food restaurant chains.  Chick-fil-A, notorious for their long history of...

Dont Look Up

“Don’t Look Up”

Romi Riss, Copy Editor January 18, 2022

I yelled at my TV when I watched “Don’t Look Up.” I was just as passionate about making the citizens understand that an earth-destroying meteor was heading their way as the characters were in the...

Feeling good

Feeling good

Michael Aprahamian, Staff Writer December 24, 2021

Redondo Union erected a stellar performance, winning the game 15-0. On Dec. 16, Redondo and Hawthorne high played at RUHS for the last pre-season game of the season. “I really wanted a good performance...

Photo courtesy of Redondo Union ASB

Senior sunrise

Jade Montoya, Staff Writer December 21, 2021

On Friday, Dec. 16, a stunning array of orange and yellow stained the sky above RUHS seniors. The students arrived at Torrance Beach early in the morning for Senior Sunrise, an event hosted by ASB in which...

Photo courtesy of @readondo on Instagram.

The Fall Reading Challenge

Danny Harper, Staff Writer December 18, 2021

With the guidelines of roughly 250 words, a rating out of five, and no spoilers, the reviews for the Fall Reading Challenge are intended to be true reflections of the reviewer’s opinion of the book....

Adele outdoes herself

Adele outdoes herself

Sydney Lamich December 7, 2021

Since the beginning of her career, Adele has brought nothing but brilliant, heart-wrenching lyrics and powerful, passionate vocals.  Walking down a long path of heartbreak with her massive divorce,...

Photo by Elizabeth Petrey

Keeping calm

Andrew McKenna, Staff Writer December 5, 2021

Fresh off their first win on Nov. 27, varsity girls basketball took the court on Dec. 2 for their sixth game of the season. Their opponent, St. Anthony High School,  was carrying a six-game winning streak...

Cross-cultural cuisine

Cross-cultural cuisine

Amina Raiss, Staff Writer November 25, 2021

For most, the phrase “Thanksgiving dinner” conjures up thoughts of delicious roasted turkey, mashed potatoes and pumpkin pie for dessert. While those are the most common foods at a ‘traditional’...

Image courtesy of @freedom_4u on Instagram.

The spirit of giving

Ella Silberling, Staff Writer November 25, 2021

As the holiday season approaches,  so too does the spirit of generosity, and local organizations have already begun giving back.  On Nov. 21, organizations such as Freedom4U and Hearts Respond partnered...

Morning People

“Morning People”

Oriana Chovit, Staff Writer November 11, 2021

Senior Cruz Carratala spends his time clicking away on his mouse, putting his creative editing skills to use by producing short films and YouTube videos.  In his latest project, a short film called...

PHOTO COURTESY OF ANIKA CHANDRA.

Celebrating Diwali

Marlie Cornwell, Staff Writer November 9, 2021

Twinkling candles are sprinkled everywhere, quietly cradled by small golden lamps. The smell of warm food lingers in the air. Vibrant textiles strung with colorful flowers fall gracefully from the ceiling,...

PHOTO BY KEARA ANTONELLI.

Bus barriers

Michael Aprahamian, Staff Writer November 6, 2021

As the pandemic seems to go longer and longer, one thing is constant: free bus rides. From the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, public bus rides from Beach Cities Transit (BCT) have been complimentary....

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