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

Our reviews of books, music, movies, restaurants, and more.

“All is Quiet” on the Other Side

Carson Chi, Staff Writer April 5, 2024

“The abuse was pretty extensive and it got pretty brutal. I don’t know how else to elaborate on that on camera. Here’s what I want you to do, why don’t you think of the worst stuff that someone...

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Not Your Ordinary Damsel in Distress

Ariya Anvari, Opinion Editor March 12, 2024

                                                            Fantasy is thought to be whimsical and pretty, but in "Damsel," it meant a blood-drenched woman fighting for...

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A Grande Return

Aaliyah Roberson, Writing Editor March 12, 2024

From heartbreak to love and growth, Ariana Grande makes her emotional return to music following her three-year hiatus, with her seventh studio album “eternal sunshine.” With the help of producer Max...

Weekly Reads #1

Weekly Reads #1

Deeksha Prasad, Online Editor March 12, 2024

Asian-inspired fantasy is both a vast and incredibly repetitive genre. When I first discovered the genre, I found it compelling- the cohesion of romantic and fantastical plots with Asian myths, legends,...

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Flying High

Deeksha Prasad, Online Editor March 8, 2024

When I was seven years old, I had very regular seven-year-old problems. My mom didn’t let me sleep in or stay up. I had to do double-digit multiplication during math class. I was forced to eat vegetables. Then,...

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Jenny with a Flop

Luca Artiga, Staff Writer March 7, 2024

After her 10 year music hiatus, “Jenny from the Block,” better known as Jennifer Lopez, made her U-turn back into the music industry, releasing her love story album titled “This is Me…Now” on...

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Argylle? Try Ar-Vile.

Aaliyah Roberson, Writing Editor February 27, 2024

To be entirely honest, if I had any idea prior to watching this movie that it was not to be taken seriously, I would give it the benefit of the doubt. However, I can surely say this was one of the most...

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Gorgeous & Grotesque

Cristina Couch, Online Editor January 28, 2024

It's murder on the dance floor—and in the bathroom, the labyrinth and the hospital bed. If you haven't see an edit of Jacob Elordi dancing with a cowboy hat on or one too many advertisements for bathwater...

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From Paper to Pixels Again

Deeksha Prasad, Online Editor January 6, 2024

Percy Jackson didn’t want to be a half-blood. It’s “dangerous. It’s scary. Most of the time, it gets you killed in painful, nasty ways,” he warns within the first few lines of The Lightning Thief....

Travel Back In Time

Scarlett Kindt, Writing Editor November 16, 2023

 “The Nightingale” by Kristin Hannah allows you to time travel back to the 1940s where the darkest hours of history unfold and perseverance is key to survival.  This story, set against the haunting...

Ahsoka Review

Aaliyah Roberson, Writing Editor October 20, 2023

Lightsabers ignite, the Force calls, and a heroine’s journey takes center stage in “Ahsoka,” the latest Star Wars series. After being released Aug. 22, the original series brought back the Star Wars...

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By The Page

Aaliyah Roberson, Writing Editor September 7, 2023

Heartstopper is one of the most heart-warming teen shows I have ever seen. Its impact on romantic stereotypes and portrayal of young adult relationships has shaped the way romantic teen dramas are seen...

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