High Tide

RUHS production of Arthur Miller’s “The Crucible” falls nothing short of phenomenal

Allie D'Amato, Staff Writer

December 18, 2019

The drama department recently wrapped up their winter production of “The Crucible”. All four shows had packed crowds to watch the timely piece come to life. Overall, the play was truly phenomenal; the set designs and costumes helped take people back to a historical era, and the performers impecca...

Down the runway

Charlotte Pawlukiewicz, Staff Writer

November 12, 2019

Freshman Lilly Kruk’s passion for modeling started when she was six years old, watching America’s Next Top Model and being inspired by her many idols. That led her to where she is now: a model who has participated in jobs from commercials to photoshoots, to runways. Kruk has been modeling for about eight years...

Sinking their shots

(Left to right) Charlotte Cricri, Kennedy East, Vanda Mate, Bella Ramas and Lili Rosen.

Ella Son, Staff Writer

January 17, 2019

On Jan. 15, girls polo beat Palos Verdes High School with a final score of 12-7. The PV players were familiar opponents, as many of the players from both teams know each other through club teams. Using prior knowledge of the players’ strengths to their advantage, the girls focused on defense to com...

Keeping up momentum

Sara Steinecker, Staff Writer

December 21, 2018

Following the Battle at the Beach tournament, the girls basketball team played against Leuzinger, Centennial, and Foothill Tech. After playing these games the team has amassed a three game win streak. Last Tuesday, the team played an away game against Leuzinger.  “It was a great, we had a lot of f...

A swing and a miss

Varsity captain Tate Stensby. Photo by Malena Buffagni

Ella Son, Staff Writer

October 24, 2018

In their last game before Bay League Tournament, girls tennis lost to Mira Costa 1-17. Tennis kept spirits up as they faced the Mustangs. “We played well, but Costa is tough competition,” varsity player Mia Polun said. Known for their strong, experienced players- many who have had private ins...

Redondo on a roll

Gabe Berger, Staff Writer

October 16, 2018

Redondo remains undefeated in the Bay League with yet another win on Wednesday, October 10th against Mira Costa. Redondo won all three sets in the game. They are leading the bay league with a record of 10-0. The Redondo girls hope to make it to the bay league championship game this year. “Well, I do...

Your rights within school gates

Your rights within school gates

Ben Brill and Lauren Kim

October 4, 2018

The first amendment of the Constitution guarantees every U.S. citizen the right to freedom of speech, petition, religion, assembly, and press. However, students’ rights change the second that they step onto campus; their freedom becomes limited. With the polarized political climate, more students are voca...

Trump should consider allowing more refugees in the US

Illustration by Sophie Fleming

May 8, 2018

Surprise, Surprise — Syria is back at war again just days after the United States, the United Kingdom and France carried out missile strikes on a Syrian chemical weapons facility! This ineffective intimidation tactic intended to scare Syrian president, Bashar al-Assad, only left more Syrian people di...

Elevator Music

Elevator Music

Austin Nunis, Staff Writer

March 29, 2018

Twenty-one-year-old rapper Bishop Nehru released his sixth album, “Elevators: Act I & II”, a compilation of dreamy beats and soulful sounds, on March 16th. This album, similar to his previous works, is short but significant in its groovy melodies. “Elevators” is only thirty one minutes lon...

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