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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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Is the talent worth the toxicity?

Ruby Crosthwait, Features Editor January 15, 2022

“Think you can hurt my feelings? I was on Dance Moms,” reads a TikTok posted by the renowned child star, Jojo Siwa, in August of last year. “I was the meme of the month of October, 2018. I got made...

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Accounts on the attack

Hadeel Azzam, Staff Writer January 9, 2022

A surge of RUHS Instagram accounts have emerged — some funny and some hateful. The accounts range from those that post pictures of the school’s bathrooms to gossip accounts to students making fun of...

Season’s readings

Mia Dowdell, Features Editor December 21, 2021

It’s hard not to say that this year has felt exhaustingly long. From the start of the pandemic till now, I’ve felt as though we’ve been running a marathon: our peripherals are overcome as the crowd...

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Strumming to success

Charlotte Goldstein, Staff Writer December 12, 2021

Shocked, speechless and excited. These are the first of many emotions that musician Junior Polanco experienced when his favorite alternative-indie band, Ultra Q, invited him to play at their show at El...

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An alternative to walking

Scarlett Mische, Staff Writer December 12, 2021

Whether it's by walking, biking or driving, there are a multitude of ways that students get to school in the mornings.  Now that classes are no longer online, junior Mia Brigham takes an Uber to school. “Waking...

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An Oscar-worthy film

Troy Nevil, Online Editor December 10, 2021

From working as an office manager for her father’s firm to owning 50 percent interest in a billion-dollar company and spending 16 years in prison; this is “House of Gucci,” a two and a half hour...

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Helping hand

Ariya Anvari, Staff Writer December 5, 2021

Minds are something everyone has, and like that of doctors, dentists and orthodontists, professionals that help with matters of the mind are necessary. Now, at RUHS there is a person on scene to see when...

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Kid A Mnesia review

Strachan Ambrosi, Staff Writer December 2, 2021

Radiohead's first released album since 2017, “Kid A Mnesia” was highly anticipated by fans. Since their last album in 2017, Radiohead has worked on other projects, going on tour and releasing new music...

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On the march to finals

Sascha Perdue, Staff Writer November 21, 2021

After three months of learning the music and two months of learning the moves, marching band had its first competition on Oct. 23 to qualify for finals in their division. They got 1st place in division...

Will scores be skewed?

Will scores be skewed?

Strachan Ambrosi, Staff Writer November 21, 2021

On Oct. 13, juniors took the PSAT after a year and a half of online learning. This marked the first standardized test since lockdown. The test was organized by Vice Principal Kyle Garrity, and was funded...

Students reflect on their time with the Dual Immersion Program

Lauren Greene, Staff Writer November 6, 2021

The words “elementary school” don’t usually connote a sense of lifelong community and an extensive understanding of language. However, this generality is being challenged by the Dual Immersion (DI)...

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Good hospitality

Sadie Simmons, Staff Writer November 6, 2021

High school classes at RUHS, college courses online, volunteering in person at two hospitals, fundraising for another hospital virtually, and working in a restaurant: Senior Deanna Chin does it all. Chin...

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