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

Los Angeles Community College District Board Trustee Nichelle Henderson spoke on her pro-choice beliefs and her personal experience of having an abortion.

Redondo has its own pro-choice rally

Emilie Takahashi and Sara Miyake-Singer May 16, 2022

The sea of 100+ protesters of all walks of life assembled in front of the Redondo Beach Public Library on May 15th with only one thing on their minds: the legalization of abortion. Organized by RUHS...

RUHS band performing inside the auditorium for the first time in two years. Photo by Dale Kaplan

RUHS Band holds first indoor concert in two years

Rena Felde, Staff writer May 14, 2022

It took a long time, but the RUHS band’s “Spring Festival Concert,” held its first indoor concert in two years on April 18. Originally scheduled for December of 2021 as a holiday concert, the...

Photo by Spencer Rogers

Diggin’ it

Ethan Chi, Staff writer May 9, 2022

RUHS hoped to use the loss against Beckman as a learning experience to prepare for the CIF playoffs. Redondo Union boys volleyball came out strong in the Varsity Classic Tournament on April 22-23, earning...

Game on

Game on

Madison Kurihara, Staff writer May 5, 2022

Power on your PC and put on your headset, because it’s game time.  On April 6, RUHS held its first annual esports championship where RUHS played against Mira Costa in the first-person shooter game...

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Changing times

Kat Otey, Staff writer May 5, 2022

For the 2022-2023 school year, RUHS will have a new bell schedule, with school starting at 8:30 a.m. and ending at 3:30 p.m. It will take effect due to the Senate Bill 328 passed by Governor Newsom in...

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Redondo remembers

Chrissa Olson and Nadia Bidarian September 11, 2021

Where the Twin Towers once stood, there is only sky.  On Sept. 11, 2001, the World Trade Center, comprising two of the tallest towers in New York City, collapsed after two planes hijacked by Al-Qaeda...

CANT COMPLAIN [ALBUM COVER] https://killlincolndc.bandcamp.com/album/cant-complain

Bringing back ska: new hope for the genre

Nikko Englund, Staff writer March 8, 2021

On Aug. 7, 2020, Washington DC ska-punks Kill Lincoln returned after seven years with their long-awaited album “Can’t Complain,” featuring 11 brassy, high-energy tracks reminiscent of 90’s ska-punk...

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The stock market: A fitting place for teenage involvement?

Troy Nevil, Staff writer March 8, 2021

As recent events have demonstrated, the stock market is an interesting place, to say the least. By selling and exchanging stocks, people have the ability to involve themselves in the world’s economy...

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Letter to the editor

Logan Galimi March 8, 2021

Why are we moving from Google Classroom to Schoology? Before that, why did we start moving to PowerSchool? At the beginning of the year, why did we undertake that new schedule? Why have we since reverted...

Recommendations for books by Black authors

Recommendations for books by Black authors

Rachel King, Staff writer March 8, 2021

I like a book that makes me question fundamental concepts of life, and “Transcendent Kingdom” by Yaa Gyasi does just that. And when a character employs both religion and science to understand her pain,...

DRESNER, L. (2017). AMERICAN STREET [BOOK COVER] https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01G1GDAEY/ref=dp-kindle-redirect?_encoding=UTF8&btkr=1

Your American dream

Lucy Davis, Staff writer March 7, 2021

About a year ago when browsing the shelves at the library was normal, I came to a crossroads. I was in dire need of new reading material and the “new fiction” section was vastly underwhelming. Maybe...

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Toeing the line of minimum wage

Sara Stienecker , Online editor March 7, 2021

Raising the minimum wage has always been a contentious issue within the political sphere, especially in recent years. So while the federal government has been unable to reach a consensus since 2009, state...

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