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

Tough therapy finances

Tough therapy finances

Heather Lee, Entertainment Editor May 16, 2022

After years of battling and overcoming an eating disorder by herself, senior Sarah* decided that she wanted to seek professional help. She knew the recovery would be hard, but she didn’t expect that...

The Secrets of Dumbledore Review

“The Secrets of Dumbledore” Review

Zelia Lerch, Entertainment Editor May 9, 2022

The real “secret” in the newest addition to the Harry Potter franchise, “Fantastic Beasts: The Secrets of Dumbledore,” is how to pretend to enjoy a movie that’s completely reliant on nostalgia...

March Madness

March Madness

Lara Magdesian, Staff Writer April 7, 2022

Betting on a friend seems like more fun, but when it comes to RUHS March Madness teams, it’s all about who has the best probability of winning. At RUHS, students form teams to compete for the top spots...

Who Cares? Review

“Who Cares?” Review

Izzie Escobar, Staff Writer March 27, 2022

I’m proud to say that the Rex Orange County “Pony” tour was the last concert I attended before lockdown and his new tour will be my first one back. It’s nice seeing how things come full circle...

Academic excellence

Academic excellence

Ria Lopresto, Online Editor March 22, 2022

After months of studying, practice tests and mock-speeches, the A Team for RUHS’ academic decathlon, commonly known as acadec, placed 2nd out of 84 teams in Division 2 of their state competition. Including...

Back to their roots

Back to their roots

Lauren Greene, Staff Writer March 22, 2022

Despite the passion most student athletes feel towards their sport, many do not remain involved in this sport after they graduate high school. This, however, is not the case for John Dorn and Tyler Litchman,...

Is Euphoria Toxic?

Is “Euphoria” Toxic?

Izzie Escobar, Staff Writer March 10, 2022

As “Euphoria” has come to a close, I look back with nostalgia at my weekly ritual, watching the show each Sunday at 6 p.m. for eight weeks. What attracted me at first was the extravagant and thoughtful...

Art by Maria Jia Ling Pitt.

Ignorance isn’t bliss

Sydney Lamich, Staff Writer February 26, 2022

If you’re not concerned about war in Ukraine, climate change, taxes, the next president, immigration laws, global conflicts, stereotypical debates and racism, then you’re either uninformed on these...

Dominating the competition

Dominating the competition

Micah McFadden, Staff Writer February 19, 2022

On Jan 31, the Girls Soccer team defeated Mira Costa for a second time this season, bringing their record to 4-1 in the Bay League and 12-1 overall. Redondo tied Costa and Palos Verdes for first in the...

PHOTO BY EBRU YILDIZ.

“Laurel Hell”

Elise Haulund, News Editor February 18, 2022

“I’m like the black hole where people can dump all their sh*t,” singer-songwriter Mitski Miyawaki told Guardian earlier this February, “whether it’s a need for love, or it’s hatred and anger.”...

Illustration by Ben Ringel

Closed for court

Lauren Greene, Staff Writer February 8, 2022

For many clubs at Redondo Union, this school year marked a return to normal meetings and activities. However, for the Teen Court, a program where students compose a jury in real trials of minors who have...

The attendance problem

The attendance problem

Micah McFadden, Staff Writer February 1, 2022

As the new variant of COVID-19, Omicron, surged, so did the amount of people in quarantine, with many classrooms across RUHS entering the new year with every other seat vacant.  On the first day back...

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