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

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Sing For Success

Scarlett Kindt, Staff Writer March 20, 2023

Singing on the stage, junior May Le, won over the minds of the judges and crowd with her voice, leading her to a scholarship and $500 in prize money. At the James R. Armstrong Theatre in Torrance, Le won...

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A Sweet Success

Scarlett Kindt, Staff Writer March 10, 2023

The RUHS Black Student Union (BSU) hosted their second fundraiser, in which the club sold cupcakes and cheesecake donated from Black-owned businesses. Held on Feb. 16, this fundraiser was for Black History...

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Bless Up

Simra Zargar, Writing Editor February 27, 2023

The Interact Club hosted a ‘Blessing Bag’ drive to collect toiletries and essential care supplies for the homeless and victims of domestic violence.  On Feb. 11, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., volunteers...

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How Far is Too Far?

Cristina Couch, Online Editor February 13, 2023

If I got a nickel every time I heard something sexual being joked about while in the presence of adolescents, I’d get a few bucks a day. Even some of my friends would contribute to my nickel collection,...

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Design On The Side

Yasmeen Ford, Staff Writer February 7, 2023

Whether art teacher Michele Andrade is in the art classroom teaching students, or at home, creating architectural drawings for her side business, everything she does is by design. Inspired by becoming...

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Dance The Night Away

Valentina Masoni, Staff Writer January 29, 2023

The Sabor de Salsa Club hosted its second fundraiser of the year on Jan. 20, at the Women’s Club of Redondo Beach. Tickets were $10 on presale and $15 at the door, and funds went towards costumes and...

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Practice Makes Perfect

Daniella Gross, Staff Writer January 13, 2023

As the clock counts down ten seconds, he moves his rook forward, giving the king no way of escaping. Just as the clock dings, he yells, “Checkmate.” This is the end for his opponent and another successful...

Over Sexualized and Underrepresented

Over Sexualized and Underrepresented

Izzie Escobar, Staff Writer December 14, 2022

“Your grandfather could understand two men together, but two women is something he can’t wrap his head around,” my mother responded after I questioned whether to tell my grandpa I’m gay. Why is...

Basic Isn’t Bad

Kat Otey, Online Editor December 13, 2022

Calling someone or something “basic” isn’t a targeted, well thought out attack—it’s just a throwaway word. It’s the misogyny and division in the ideology it supports that makes ‘_____ is...

Lyrics that tear you to SMITHEREENS

Lyrics that tear you to “SMITHEREENS”

Zoe Rossi, Copy Editor November 22, 2022

Japanese R&B singer/songwriter, George Miller, professionally known as Joji and formerly as Filthy Frank, released his third studio album on Nov. 4, titled “SMITHEREENS.” Running for about 25 minutes,...

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“Young Royals” Series Review

Ariya Anvari, Staff Writer November 14, 2022

“Young Royals” is dramatic, compelling and handles deep topics. Even though it felt drawn out at times, it is ultimately amazing. The drama was astounding. It was an emotional rollercoaster. The...

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“The Midnight Club” Series Review

Simra Zargar, Writing Editor October 31, 2022

Mike Flanagan’s productions have been celebrated for his work in the horror film industry. After personally watching one of his movies, “Hush,” I could say the suspense and thrill of the show were...

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