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

Senior Meriel Klinkner performs a solo. Photo by Meagan Ching

Fine Tuned

Marley Van Pelt, Staff writer May 9, 2022

On April 21, RUHS Choir performed their first unmasked in-person concert in more than two years—since the beginning of COVID-19. Taking place in the RUHS auditorium from 7-8 p.m., a total of 15 songs...

Ponomarenko’s family wears traditional Ukrainian clothes, called vyshyvanka.
Photo courtesy of Mykhailo Ponomarenko

Too close to home

Micah McFadden, Staff Writer April 3, 2022

Half a world away, a long simmering conflict between Russia and Ukraine exploded once again as Russian armies invaded Ukraine on Feb. 24. Since then, more than a thousand people have died and hundreds...

Freshman Anish Raman hits a forehand.

Undefeated, but still unfinished

Andrew McKenna, Staff writer March 7, 2022

On Thursday, Feb. 24, Redondo boys tennis hit the court for the third time this season, hoping to keep their perfect record intact. They were set to face Long Beach Poly: a school still searching for their...

During a game against Oak Park, junior Maxine Hoffman breaks away from an opponent and passes to an open teammate. Redondo ultimately won 20-4.

Stacked and steady

Ethan Chi, Staff writer March 5, 2022

The Redondo Union girls varsity lacrosse team swung into the first half leading by eight points against El Segundo on Feb. 24, ultimately finishing strong 18-11. Early in the game, Redondo established...

Just like the movies

Just like the movies

Dani Otey, Staff writer February 14, 2022

If you’re excited for Valentine’s Day, you a) have someone to spend the day with, or b) have incredibly high self esteem. Or, you’re like me, c) excited to watch a new show or movie that comes...

Junior Sam Miller read her speech, but was unable to be heard above the crowds shouts. “To the school district, I’d like you think of who your institution is founded off of, which is students, and how you are continuously ignoring them and choosing not to listen to their voices, she said.

Students walk out due to COVID-19 concerns at Redondo Union High School

Chrissa Olson, Meghan Jacob , and Nadia Bidarian January 12, 2022

A news helicopter hovering above the Student Union captured hundreds of students marching out of their classrooms today.  What the helicopters didn’t catch, however, was the Playboi Carti music blasting...

For AP classes, extra credit is unnecessary

For AP classes, extra credit is unnecessary

Heather Lee, Entertainment editor December 2, 2021

Against the secret hopes of AP students everywhere, extra credit for students in AP classes is largely unnecessary.  While this opinion undoubtedly feels unfortunate in the eyes of all sophomores fighting...

Photo courtesy of RUHS Theatre Arts

Who haunts us? Ghost stories from RUHS

Romi Riss and Emilie Takahashi October 31, 2021

Jake the Theatre Ghost by Romi Riss Missing objects. Creaking in the stairwell. Movement at the end of dark halls, and cold breezes that come from seemingly nowhere: the whispers of Jake the ghost...

The social battery is dead

The social battery is dead

Jess Alvear, Sports Editor October 31, 2021

Everyone went into panic-mode, constantly closing in and out of apps and reloading the screen although it gets them nowhere. A bit of fight or flight response. People couldn't inhibit the urge to check,...

Photo by Valerie Tiscareno

Boys’ Varsity Football sought another win on Homecoming night

Sydney Lamich, Staff writer October 11, 2021

The Seahawks were hopeful after their first win against West Torrance, but the varsity football team lost the homecoming game 33-10 to Peninsula High School on Oct. 1.  “We did really well in...

Redondo prepares for a serve that would cause them to lose their first set 25-19. Photo capture by Ty Soria

Girls’ Varsity Volleyball loses to Mira Costa

Ty Soria, Sports editor October 11, 2021

Girls’ Varsity Volleyball faced off against Mira Costa on Tuesday, Sept. 28, losing 25-19 in the first two sets and 25-17 in the third, with a final score of 0-3.  Junior Mele Corral-Blagojevich,...

Girls Varsity Cross Country celebrating their wins. PHOTO COURTESY OF LUKE FEDIO

Dominating the podium

Ria Lopresto, Online editor October 7, 2021

Last Saturday, Cross Country had a meet at Huntington Beach High School. RUHS got first in the overall score, for both boys and girls. The Boys’ Varsity team finished in 2nd Place in Division 1 with...

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