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

A competition of the forces

London Carbone, Staff Writer January 26, 2023

The disparity between good versus evil may not be commonly addressed, but the ComedySportz club managed to use it as a humorous theme for their competition held on Jan. 20 at the school auditorium.  The...

Senior Kai Montas (Right)  performing with his bandmates at their gig at the South Bay Customs event venue, on Dec. 2, 2022.

Photo Credit: Calvin Bonn

Psychedelic Pastimes

Calvin Bonn, Staff Writer January 5, 2023

Dancing and swaying to the pounding music, a crowd of over thirty young adults filled the cozy music venue, listening raptly as the local rock band, The Meerkats, performed a gig with their newest member,...

Taco Thursday

Quinten Lerch, Staff Writer December 17, 2022

The Black Student Union Club held a “Walking Taco” fundraiser during lunch in room 502, Thursday Dec. 8th, where participants could purchase a “walking taco” and a glass of lemonade from the club...

Kicking off the debate

Sara Miyake-Singer, News Editor December 15, 2022

Having grown up near Paris Saint Germain FOOTBALL club’s stadium, I was perplexed when upon moving to the United States, I heard the beautiful game be referred to as “soccer.” Though I was initially...

Feelin’ Jazzy

Deeksha Prasad, Staff Writer December 12, 2022

There are many ways to express emotions and feelings with the world. Junior Romel Kassaye utilizes one unique method to do so: performing jazz music as part of a six-member band. “I just love seeing...

The CHEERful Thanksgiving Spirit

Valentina Masoni, Staff Writer December 5, 2022

There’s a lot more to being a cheerleader than donning the uniform and waving pom-poms on the sidelines. This year, the team’s goal is to do a community outreach project each month. “We say you...

Get Schooled!

November 11, 2022

It’s not every day that teens and teachers can exchange "inappropriate" jokes without consequence. But unfiltered jokes, amusing skits and quick-witted insults were lightly tossed around during the theater...

Apathy for Catastrophe

Elise Haulund, Editor-in-Chief November 7, 2022

I always figured as a child that volcanoes would be a much larger hazard in my life than they have proven to be. I remember when my mom first explained to me that in some places, scorching hot liquid rock...

Photo Credit: RUHS Theatre Arts

A Spooky Success

Yasmeen Ford, Staff Writer November 7, 2022

Marking the second year of the Theatre Department’s Halloween walkthrough, drama students and teachers designed a one-night, haunted dollhouse-themed experience for students and community members to...

A Successful Run

A Successful Run

Sara Miyake-Singer, News Editor October 4, 2022

Fourteen minutes and 38 seconds. That’s how little time it took senior Aaron Thomas to break the cross country three mile boys’ school record at the Woodbridge Invitational on Sep.16. Thomas, who...

Photo by Samantha Grout

Inspiring Interactions

Sydney Lamich, Entertainment Editor October 3, 2022

On Sept. 21 and 22, during lunch at the Student Union, ASB hosted Club Rush and showcased approximately 100 different clubs, as depicted in the Club Rush inventory. Each club booth, with sign-up sheets...

Photo credit: Anthony Biedenbender

Business on the Mind

Ethan Chi, Sports Editor September 7, 2022

RUHS witnesses the emergence of two new classes, both of which aspire to influence a long-lasting impact on the lives of students. Introduction to Business, taught by Mike Soohoo, and Philosophy, taught...

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