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Lemon Poppy Seed Cake Recipe

Simra shares a recipe that is perfect to start off the spring season
Simra Zargar, Staff Writer April 11, 2021

Want a zesty treat to kick off the spring season? Nothing is better than starting with some fresh lemon cupcakes frosted with lemon cream cheese buttercream. Take these with you on a picnic at the park...

Ms. Yi and Mr. Takesue win the Homecoming Staff Service Award

Ms. Yi and Mr. Takesue win the Homecoming Staff Service Award

The two teachers won the award which recognizes teachers who make their students a priority
Jess Alvear, Staff Writer March 9, 2021

This past year has had its share of heroes from all corners of the world. Here at RUHS, the ASB created the 2021 Homecoming Staff Service Award to acknowledge teachers who have made service to their students...

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Raspberry Oatmeal Bar Recipe

Hadley Short shares a recipe for a healthy dessert option
Hadley Short, Staff Writer March 8, 2021

You know those snacks that are just the right balance of tasting like dessert without actually counting as dessert? These raspberry oatmeal bars are one of those. They’re incredibly easy to make, taste...

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The Faults of Fracking

After the Texas power outages, the U.S. is reminded of the effects of fracking
Ben Ringel, Staff Writer February 28, 2021

As I’m writing this, millions of Americans have lost their access to clean water, food, electricity and heating as an unprecedented and historic snowstorm rampages through the South. In Harris County,...

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Local Coffee Review

Online Editor Chrissa Olson gives her opinion on four local coffee shops
Chrissa Olson, Online Editor February 22, 2021

You know what’s bitter? Orange peels. Grass. Revenge. The feeling you get when your parents don’t congratulate you on your accomplishments. Coffee. Although reviewing orange peels, grass, revenge...

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Should Gavin Newsom be recalled?

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic and the California governor's response, many within the state are advocating for his recall
Nikko Englund, Staff Writer February 22, 2021

The American government’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic has been, quite frankly, awful. At best, it has been mishandled. At worst, it has been the direct cause of thousands of deaths in the very...

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K-9 Meredith Rock Scavenger Hunt

K-9 Meredith's owner, Sharon Rose, has been placing rocks around Redondo Beach
Simra Zargar, Staff Writer February 17, 2021

Sharon Rose, owner of K9 Meredith, has been placing painted rocks around parks and schools within Redondo Beach as part of rock-hunting activity. Rose’s aim was to find a unique method of gathering...

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To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before 3 Review

The final installment of the To All the Boys trilogy was released Feb. 12 on Netflix
Ria Lopresto, Staff Writer February 16, 2021

In the spirit of Valentine’s Day, love is in the air, and the long-awaited final installment of Jenny Han’s “To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before” trilogy, “To All The Boys: Always And Forever”...

Vodka Pasta Recipe

Vodka Pasta Recipe

Liora Brill shares the recipe for the popular Vodka Pasta
Liora Brill, Staff Writer February 14, 2021

Being a pasta lover myself, when I found this recipe I fell in love. This vodka sauce pasta is a must-have meal, and it is a pretty simple dish to make. It is easy and tastes amazing. You only need four...

RBUSD reopens grades TK-2 for in-person learning

RBUSD reopens grades TK-2 for in-person learning

TK- 2nd grade teachers being teaching in-person on a hybrid schedule
Mia Dowdell, Features Editor February 14, 2021

Amid this rampant crisis, young children are taught safety protocols to survive a pandemic before they are able to read.  Limited to air high fives and fist bumps, the class of kindergarten and first...

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TikTok Addiction

TikTok causes student screen times to increase which can affect other aspects of their lives
Lucy Davis, Staff Writer February 10, 2021

The endless promise: five minutes, then work. Two clicks open the For You page, and there’s a video promising the easiest mug cake ever. Five minutes turns into ten minutes, twenty, an hour. The cycle...

Should colleges adjust expectations because of the pandemic?

Should colleges adjust expectations because of the pandemic?

Colleges should be forgiving in the admissions cycle because of the shift from in-person learning to Zoom
Ben Ringel, Staff Writer February 3, 2021

Last March, distance learning felt like an inconvenience that would soon pass. The idea of starting the 2020-2021 school year online seemed far-fetched, yet almost a year later, we are still at home and...

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