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 combination of opinion columns and student blogs.

Skiing Superiority

Skiing Superiority

Daniella Gross, Features Editor January 23, 2024

My mom used to tell me all about her adventurous high school days in Lake Tahoe, skiing down a slope right behind her school for physical education credits. Since she told me about the recreational sport,...

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¡Viva la Causa!

David Padilla, Voice Opinion March 31, 2023

Being a first-generation Mexican-American, my parents never informed me of the historical roots of César Chávez Day in the United States. I would always hear phrases thrown around in my house such as...

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Appreciated at a Price

Stavyah Naveen, Online Editor February 21, 2023

America, the land that was made for you and me. Or was it?  With the annual appearance of President’s Day, we are programmed to honor the past leaders of our country, in spite of their multitude...

Over Sexualized and Underrepresented

Over Sexualized and Underrepresented

Izzie Escobar, Staff Writer December 14, 2022

“Your grandfather could understand two men together, but two women is something he can’t wrap his head around,” my mother responded after I questioned whether to tell my grandpa I’m gay. Why is...

Basic Isn’t Bad

Kat Otey, Online Editor December 13, 2022

Calling someone or something “basic” isn’t a targeted, well thought out attack—it’s just a throwaway word. It’s the misogyny and division in the ideology it supports that makes ‘_____ is...

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Checking In

Amina Raiss, Staff Writer December 2, 2022

Thanks, Elon! Now I only have to pay $7.99 a month to fulfill my dreams of living a life of fame.  Elon Musk’s takeover of Twitter has been chaotic, to say the least. Twitter has never been a business...

Say you lost, Mr. President

Anthony Ganis, Opinion Columnist January 11, 2021

As one must already know by now, our nation has just seen a tragic, embarrassing and, unfortunately, quite predictable attack on our very own Capitol. A building that undeniably symbolizes America’s...

Students will be late. It’s not their fault.

Rachel King, Staff writer January 10, 2021

It is pretty obvious when you are late to an in-person class. The bell rings and your heart speeds up because you are still in the hallway. As you rush through the door, it feels like you have captured...

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Cursive: a dying art

Trina Kolas, Writing editor November 12, 2020

Many students learned how to read and write cursive in elementary school. I, myself learned it when I was in third grade, and have written in almost nothing but cursive since then. However, it’s interesting...

Should sports be allowed to practice in person? It depends.

Chrissa Olson, Online and copy editor October 28, 2020

Starting Oct. 12, all sports could begin practicing on campus again with restrictions in place to prevent the spread of the coronavirus. Sports practices are in a conditioning phase, making social distancing...

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The Oscars diversity requirements: How necessary are they?

Nadia Bidarian and Troy Nevil October 15, 2020

The new requirements are an amazing way to increase diversity in movies, as in the past, many minorities were underrepresented in the movie industry. By Troy Nevil On Tuesday, Sept. 8, the Academy released...

Curb your enthusiasm: Think before you spend too much this holiday season

Anthony Ganis, Opinion Editor October 13, 2020

Now before you continue reading this, I want to make one point abundantly clear: There’s not much I hate more than telling somebody that what they love is stupid or of little value. If you like celebrating...

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