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High Tide

On the left, Dawson Adams-Grenier (#88), and on the right, Lucas Boesen; both left RUHS for Bishop Gorman, a school known for their athletes. (Left photo courtesy of Dawson Adams-Grenier, Right photo courtesy of Lucas Boesen)

Another way to the end zone

Former RUHS students Adams-Grenier and Boesen moved to Las Vegas, NV to pursue their athletic dreams
Hadley Short, Staff writer June 6, 2021

School is back. Sports are back. But before the vaccine rolled out, before the numbers went down, before any activity, let alone tackle football, was permitted under California guidelines, high school...

Dorfman and Harris pose for a photo on the field. (Photo courtesy of Harris)

Behind the base, but up to bat

Behind the scenes, team managers like Dorfman and Harris are an integral part to the success of athletic teams
Jess Alvear, Staff writer June 6, 2021

Sports fans get to keep their eye on the stars on the court or field. Newspapers and other media rightfully focus on their efforts, victories and defeats.  However, there are people behind the scenes...

He roosts. (Photo by Ethan Lerner)

Hermosa Beach Chicken Shack review

A great local choice for Peruvian food, staff writer Ethan Lerner gives this restaurant 8/10 stars
Ethan Lerner, Staff writer June 4, 2021

The iconic bright yellow car with a comically large chicken head on it: if you’ve been outside in the past ten years you’ve probably seen it. What other reason is there to visit Chicken Shack on Aviation...

Almond Honey Cake Recipe

Almond Honey Cake Recipe

It'll make your day a little sweeter
Eli Hughes, Staff writer May 23, 2021

This Almond Honey cake is a light treat with plenty of flavor, coming just in time for spring and summer brunches and picnics. It relies on the sweetness of honey to help create a fresh flavor profile....

Image by Spencer Davis from Pixabay

RU Vaccinated?

BCHD hosted a COVID-19 vaccine clinic at RUHS for RBUSD families
Elena Hanna, Copy editor May 19, 2021

On April 29, Beach Cities Health District (BCHD) administered a vaccine clinic at RUHS, available to anyone in the Redondo Beach Unified School District (RBUSD). Following the first round of vaccinations...

While part of advanced choir practices outside the auditorium, the other part of the class remains on Zoom, where they listen in from the computer setup seen on the right. Photo by Kelly Self

A Change in Acoustics

As choir continues to practice in-person, morale rises
Simra Zargar, Staff writer May 11, 2021

After eight months of singing over Zoom, choir has resumed singing together in person.  According to choir teacher Kelly Self, to ensure students’ safety, the new rules include singing outside, staying...

Photo by Beth Garrabrant for Taylor Swift

Making the Second Cut: Taylor Swift’s ‘Fearless’ Reveals Unreleased Songs, and They’re Amazing

The Swifties are happy
Ria Lopresto, Staff writer May 3, 2021

Swifties, including me, cannot remain perfectly fine after listening to the new and improved “Fearless” album. Singer-songwriter Taylor Swift released her re-recording of her second studio album “Fearless”...

Derek Chauvin and his lawyer during closing statements.
Still image, via Court TV

The Judicial System Stands Trial

The conviction of Derek Chauvin for the murder of George Floyd points to a shift towards equity within the judicial system
Anthony Ganis, Opinion Columnist April 29, 2021

On April 29, the jury in the case of ex-police officer Derek Chauvin came out with a verdict: guilty of all charges for the murder of George Floyd, a crime that sparked the largest mass protests in American...

Image via wafflesandmochi.org

Produced by Michelle Obama, ‘Waffles and Mochi’ is a Treat

It's a filling show despite it's young target audience
Erika Glass, Staff writer April 21, 2021

“Waffles and Mochi,” Netflix’s new series featuring an unusual main character duo, premiered on Mar. 16. Produced by former First Lady Michelle Obama, the show centers around Waffles, a half yeti...

Joseph Mintz, RUHS musician, plays the drums. During the pandemic,

Turn Up The Volume

As pandemic restrictions ease, music fans are eager to return to live concerts
Jess Alvear, Staff writer April 17, 2021

In this past year like no other, music fans turned to streaming music to lift their spirits  causing record sales and music streams to fly through the roof. As a musician and professional drummer, sophomore...

Justin Bieber Releases His Sixth Studio Album 'Justice,' Highlighting His Hopes For Himself, and the World

Justin Bieber Releases His Sixth Studio Album ‘Justice,’ Highlighting His Hopes For Himself, and the World

'Justice' marks a departure from his tumultuous youth, a period of time in which he struggled to find his identity
Sydney Lamich, Staff writer April 16, 2021

After a year of waiting, Justin Bieber officially released his new album “Justice” on March 26. Leaving a powerful message about loneliness and injustice, Bieber features 16 songs to make people...

Through the Side Door: A Review of the Netflix Documentary 'Operation Varsity Blues'

Through the Side Door: A Review of the Netflix Documentary ‘Operation Varsity Blues’

Fair warning: This documentary may make you angry
Sara Stienecker, Online editor April 13, 2021

I’m going to offer a bit of free advice here: do not watch this documentary if you are anywhere in the college application and decision-making process. Now, this is no reflection on the documentary...

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