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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

Photo courtesy of Rylee Goldfarb

Turning green

Rena Felde, Staff Writer January 17, 2022

Junior Rylee Goldfarb has made environmental efforts in the past, and her recent efforts may have influenced the Redondo Beach City Council to change its plans. On the evening of Dec. 7, 2021, during...

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Too much pressure

Sydney Lamich, Staff Writer January 9, 2022

With many high expectations and pressures to be the best at sports, students drive themselves too far. Take it from my many friends with crutches and too many signed casts that sports now are more than...

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New variants call for booster shots

Ella Silberling, Staff Writer January 7, 2022

The arrival of new COVID-19 variants such as Omicron and Delta are putting the vaccine to the test.  On Dec. 9, the US Food and Drug Administration authorized Pfizer and BioNTech COVID-19 booster shots...

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Marvel’s Best

Allie D'Amato, Opinion Editor January 5, 2022

Our friendly neighborhood Spider-Man is back in action, and he’s entangled in a web of problems. On Dec. 17, “Spider-Man: No Way Home,” the final installment of the Spider-Man homecoming trilogy,...

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Season of success

Micah McFadden, Staff Writer January 4, 2022

Her phone buzzes, and junior Jessica Kaplan checks it. A text from one of her friends delivers the news. Kaplan starts jumping up and down screaming; the Rose Parade Honor band had not only accepted her...

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The final push

Sara Miyake-Singer, News Editor December 6, 2021

In a race that assembled the best performing teams California has to offer, RUHS’s cross country team placed 10th in the girls’ race and 17th in the boys’ race at the CIF Division 1 Cross Country...

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State Champions

Dani Otey, Staff Writer December 2, 2021

Last Saturday, November 20th, the band had their last competition, finishing a “great” season, according to freshman Allie Krug. “Charmed,” their field show, ended up winning first place in...

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Taylor Swift does it again

Ria Lopresto, Online Editor November 30, 2021

Two hours and 10 minutes of musical genius. From heartbreak to revelation, Taylor Swift has done it again. On Nov. 12, Taylor Swift released the re-recorded version of her fourth album, “Red” (now...

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The final fight

Andrew McKenna, Staff Writer November 26, 2021

On a foggy October night in Manhattan Beach, varsity football took the field in front of a packed Waller Stadium Crowd. Sure, a potential shot at the playoffs was on the line, but the desire to win this...

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More than meets the eye

Ben Ringel and Allie D'Amato November 4, 2021

Mental Disabilities by Allie D'Amato The stress of completing assignments with enough time. The inability to focus during class instruction. The prospect of being judged by others and singled out because...

The friendship circle, led by junior Zachary Steinbrun, seeks to create meaningful friendships between teen volunteers and children with special needs. At the first meeting, students bonded with others through pizza, games, and TV shows. The club meets Mondays in Room 503. Photo by Keara Antonelli.

Our road to inclusion

Ria Lopresto, Online Editor November 4, 2021

From taking the stairs, to walking through crowds and picking future classes, there are countless things that the majority of students can do with ease. But for roughly 1,225 “disabled” students in...

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An una-polo-getic win

Zoe Rossi, Staff Writer November 4, 2021

Boys Water Polo won 15-4 against Culver City on Tuesday, Oct. 12.  Captain Riley Pierce says as a team, they could have been more successful shooting and communicating. But overall, it was “a pretty...

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