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The online student news site of Redondo Union High School

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She’s on fire

Amina Raiss, Staff Writer March 24, 2023

Gosh, I love this show.  Netflix's original series, “Shadow and Bone,” returned to the screen for its second season on March 16. The show takes the storylines of the book series “Shadow and Bone”...

Changing the game

Aidan Tseng, Staff Writer March 20, 2023

The 2022-2023 National Basketball Association (NBA) season has seen its highest scoring averages since 1970. Over 50 years ago in the 1970 NBA season, Kareem Abdul Jabbar was playing his first NBA season...

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Culturing love

Yasmeen Ford, Staff Writer March 8, 2023

Whether it's through chocolate candies or bouquets of roses, Valentine's Day is a holiday to show admiration for loved ones. However, for members of the Spanish Honor Society, also known as Cervantes,...


Studying his way to success

Deeksha Prasad, Staff Writer March 8, 2023

Studying can be both intense and time consuming. Many students come to dread it, while others like it. However, a select group of students not only study for their academic classes, but for fun as part...

Long-distance love

Nicholas Carrozza, Staff Writer February 14, 2023

Keeping a relationship stable, even when in the same city, can be difficult. Stretch that relationship across a state, and it becomes significantly more complicated. Junior Finn McGonigle didn’t expect...

Best friends forever?

Stavyah Naveen, Online Editor February 8, 2023

Over the course of my life, I have observed the behaviors of adolescents around my age, and something that I have noticed is that we are all fickle as ever. Some of my closest companions from years ago...

Finally finals week

Amina Raiss and Romi Riss January 20, 2023

Finals should be after break because students can use time over break to study and process all of the new material learned in December. By Amina Raïss Would it be nice to enter Winter break without...

Leaving legacies in the past

Scarlett Mische, Opinion Editor January 5, 2023

It’s that time of the year again when college applications are being submitted, early decisions are coming out, and others are putting the final touches on their applications. It’s that time of the...


Holly jolly jingles

Amina Raïss, Staff Writer December 14, 2022

The soothing sounds of winter music ushers in the holiday season. From the jingles of Christmas commercials, to the background music in the malls, winter-themed music is ubiquitous with the holiday season....


Twice for good measure

Ava Anzivino, Staff Writer December 9, 2022

Coming off a win from their game against St. Anthony’s on Nov. 30, boy’s varsity basketball brought high levels of confidence for their final game of the annual PAC Shores Ryse Williams tournament....

RIP the monarchy

Amina Raïss and Kat Otey October 6, 2022

Despite its history, the monarchy is a symbol of unity and comfort for England and should not be abolished. By Amina Raïss Long live the monarchy!  With the recent death of Europe’s longest-serving...


Painful, poignant and poetic

Rena Felde, Online Editor October 6, 2022

At just 38 minutes long, “The Hardest Part” proves to be an impressive debut album by Noah Cyrus with a perfect balance of bluegrass and pop. Similar to her previous hits, “The Hardest Part” includes...

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