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

Kindergarten Tactics

Daniella Gross, Staff Writer May 1, 2023

My cousin picked up English within a few months of her 1st birthday. One minute she’s babbling noises, and the next she’s constructing sentences telling me what she wants, when she wants it and why....

Breaking the Ice

Priya Ramcharan, Staff Writer April 3, 2023

March 13: in the White House, elected leaders, aides and experts all gathered over one issue–the Willow Project. Though no regular citizens had a say in the arguments, the powerful Americans made a game-changing...

BookTok bias

Jasmine Puka, Staff Writer March 20, 2023

BookTok is probably one of the most enjoyable sub-platforms of social media I’ve ever experienced. Ranging from “Twilight” memes to girls thirsting over Aaron Warner (guilty), BookTok serves as a...

Warm & Fuzzy

February 3, 2023

On Friday Jan. 13, the National Honors Society (NHS) ended its week-long sock drive. Members put up boxes for donations of new socks located in the library and front office. NHS partnered with Upward Bound...

Fools Gold

Fool’s Gold

Zoe Rossi, Copy Editor January 25, 2023

From fist fights with snakes to giant men swallowing rats whole, “Babylon” was a chaotic, disjointed, often disturbing mess of a movie. While there are some moments of beautiful filmmaking, the latest...

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Beautifully Boring

Quinten Lerch, Staff Writer January 15, 2023

In the 13 years since the original Avatar movie was released, the writers have somehow failed to come up with any semblance of a captivating plot for its sequel, leaving me reevaluating my life and financial...

Family Tradition

Claudia Turner, Staff Writer December 17, 2022

Hunched over in her chair, phone out, she waits until the bell signals the start of class before she finally presses post on the latest promotional post to her company's Facebook. Sophomore Kathleen Balaban’s...

Empty Chairs at Empty Tables

Nicholas Carrozza, Staff Writer December 6, 2022

The classroom can be many things. Lively or dull, warm or cold, full of friends or full of strangers. However, a classroom isn’t usually full of empty space. This year, the schedule change made it...

Her Loss is Our Win

“Her Loss” is Our Win

Ariya Anvari, Staff Writer November 29, 2022

On Nov. 4, Drake and 21 Savage released their new joint album, “Her Loss.” This album combined the musical styles of the two artists and created various new hits few would have anticipated. Although...

19 Strong

19 Strong

Yasmeen Ford, Staff Writer November 29, 2022

  For Girls Flag Football, the pressure of keeping their undefeated winning streak from both this year's and last year’s team played a significant factor in their mindset going into the game. However,...

A Must-Watcher

A Must-Watcher

Simra Zargar, Writing Editor November 21, 2022

“All of the windows and doors in 657 Boulevard allow me to watch you and track you as you move through the house. Who am I? I am the Watcher and have been in control of 657 Boulevard for the better part...

Kick To Victory

Kick To Victory

Ava Anzivino, Staff Writer November 8, 2022

Looking down at his bright green cleats, senior Jeremy Gonzalez focuses on the football in front of him, preparing for the big kick. With a roar from the student section, the ball goes flying. To his surprise,...

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