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

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...

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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...

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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....

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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...

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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...

Introducing the new and old faces of the RUHS staff

Zoe Rossi, Simra Zargar, and Lauren Greene September 22, 2022

Jeffrey Rosadini After working at RUHS for 18 years, Jeffrey Rosadini, proudly enters his 19th year with a new role as an assistant principal.  “I just really, really love this school. There's something...

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Mediocre Movie

Amina Raïss, Staff Writer September 13, 2022

When I tuned in to the 2022 Netflix movie “Purple Hearts,” I expected to see a predictable Hallmark-style romance movie, but with better production value. By the end, I was left with conflicting thoughts....

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Thank you for the music

Madison Kurihara, Staff Writer April 6, 2022

They’re not the stars of the show, but without them, the show would lose its lively and iconic soundtrack. Although hidden from the audience’s view, the group of musicians who formed the pit orchestra...

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Won’t give up

Mia Dowdell, Features Editor March 30, 2022

On Friday, Mar. 25, the boys’ varsity lacrosse team lost their home game against Peninsula High School with a final score of 8-3.  For sophomore and long-stick midfielder Henry Kissinger, the main...

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Keeping the streak

Jess Alvear, Sports Editor March 23, 2022

On March 15, girls lacrosse played a strong game against Peninsula, winning 18-6. The girls continue their undefeated season with an overall record of 12-0. Captain Asija Roberson, senior, believes the...

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Unmasking RUHS

Sascha Perdue, Staff Writer March 21, 2022

After two years of wearing masks and socially isolating, the mask mandate in California has been lifted. Similarly, RUHS no longer requires students and faculty to wear masks, but strongly recommends it. “I...

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