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High Tide

Friends in high places
Jess Alvear, Staff Writer • March 5, 2021

Sometimes opportunities are literally sitting right by our side. For junior Mehlo Ermeti, a chance meeting with a professional DJ put him right where he wanted to be.  Ermeti's passion for music and...

Taking Stock
Taking Stock
Emilie Takahashi, Staff writer • March 4, 2021

Junior Tyler Lee looks forward to living happily in early retirement and enjoying the comforts of long-term returns. He believes the best way to be smart with your money is to buy stocks. When companies...

Preparing for the future
Simra Zargar and Sofia Gamboa March 4, 2021

From gliding through the air to whirling across stage, some students are transforming their cherished passions into future careers.  Senior Nick Zorn began taking flying lessons at Pacific Skies Aviation...

After observing math teacher Laura Sands, student-teacher Tom Sheridan now teaches Algebra 1 and 2 classes over Zoom. ILLUSTRATION BY CECILIA APITZ
Digital divide
Trina Kolas, Writing Editor • March 3, 2021

The pandemic has been particularly hard on teachers, who are forced to continuously rework their teaching plans amidst constant rescheduling and dashed hopes for being able to return to in-person learning....

This photo of a robot was submitted by RUHS Robotics for the at-home skills challenges. The team had to adapt to a new way of competing by documenting their progress and final product with pictures rather than in person. PHOTO COURTESY OF RUHS ROBOTICS CLUB
Robotics from afar
Emilie Takahashi, Staff Writer • March 3, 2021

FIRST Robotics is designed to be a “really intense sport,” according to senior Kelly Flippo.  Normally, at the start of the robotics season, a video is released explaining the rules of the game....

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