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RHS gets new “Hall Pass Policy”
Snow days update: last day of school for students is June 21, 2019!!!!!
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The crash of Boeing’s 737 planes and possible impacts on Renton
Icy Crisis – another iceberg breaking off Antarctica
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Scientists closer to finding cure for HIV
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Photo Story: Teen Action Fair

Photo Story: Teen Action Fair

April 16, 2019

The Teen Action Fair 2019 hosted by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, took place at the Bill and...

Interpreting the mind of a serial killer

Interpreting the mind of a serial killer

March 14, 2019

From the infamous Jack the Ripper killings of the late 1800s to the more recent Ted Bundy cases, serial...

Education domination: how the U.S. is behind in educational practices

Education domination: how the U.S. is behind in educational practices

March 12, 2019

Every few years there is a study presented by the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development...

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Mystery of a Renton crime
UNSOLVED: The D.B. Cooper Skyjacking
UNSOLVED: the mysterious vanishing of Nancy Moyer
UNSOLVED: Renton house fire, 1st body found decomposing
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VISUAL ARTS CAREER DAY
Scholarships for high school seniors
North Cascades National Park Summer Opportunity

North Cascades National Park Summer Opportunity

April 18, 2018

“Master” Film Showing

March 29, 2018

Focus Group Opportunity

March 29, 2018

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Violence and video games

Angus Nordlund, Staff Writer | March 14, 2019

In recent years, as adults search for answers to why many teenagers seek out violence and conflict to solve problems, whether it be from just a small fight to something worse such as a school shooting, one theory has started to become a popular belief among many parents and experts alike. Video games, more specifically shooter or fighting games. Many have theorized that the violence in these types...

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Photo Story: Teen Action Fair

Emma Austin, Editor-in-Chief | April 16, 2019

The Teen Action Fair 2019 hosted by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, took place at the Bill and Melinda Gates Discovery Center on Saturday, March 21. The fair works to dissolve boundaries for teens to become involved in their schools, workplaces, and politics. Here are some of the booths that were set up this year.   Period: The Menstrual Movement is a non-profit, based in the...

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Delany Connell, Photojournalist | March 28, 2019

This weekend I went to Tri-Cities for my little sister's state hockey tournament. This is a collection of pictures I took of them playing a couple different teams this weekend. Enjoy!

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RHS students proudly present their rendition of High School Musical!

March 15, 2019

There are THREE shows next week: one on Friday, March 22 at 4:30pm; and two on Saturday, March 23, one at 12pm and one at 6pm. In addition, there will be adjudicators from The 5th Avenue Theatre at one of their performances, so wish them luck! Make sure to attend and support these wonderful performers!  Location: IKEA Performing Arts Center Tickets: $5 w/ASB and $7 w/o ASB

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Dancing- a prominent form of healthy artistry

Scott Dang, Staff Writer | March 12, 2019

Jazz, Country, Latin, Hip-hop, the possibilities are countless when it comes to expressing emotions and tastes. Whether it be in the form of music or poetry. However, they all lack one thing, the ability to truly express it in physical terms. Art is commonly regarded and understood in the concept of an illustrative piece of portrait which inherently associates itself with the word “art." This slight...

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