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How Well Do Standardized Tests Determine Our Knowledge?

Unite to Stop Bullying

December 7, 2019

  The effects of bullying on children, pre-teens and high school students can be devastating...

World War 1

December 7, 2019

World War I (WWI) was once of the most destructive wars that the world had ever experienced. I am highlighting...

New Study Suggests—Journalists Are Less Morally Developed than They Were 13 Years Ago.

November 26, 2019

Are journalists less morally developed than they were before?      Patrick Ferrucci is an assistant...

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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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Mental Health in High School Teenagers
Balancing School with Life Outside of School
VISUAL ARTS CAREER DAY

VOLUNTEER: Tunnel to Viaduct 8K

January 30, 2019

Scholarships for high school seniors

Scholarships for high school seniors

May 23, 2018

Hot Jobs!

May 22, 2018

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GiGi Gonzalez, Staff Writer | March 2, 2020

“The human body, for the last 400,000 years, has primarily been walking, sleeping, leaning, running, doing, or squatting,” Can the solution to improving education be so simple? How is movement connected to quality learning? Students in school are constantly shifting in their chairs, tapping their feet, or fidgeting with pencils during instructional time. When this happens, teachers will usually...

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Meaning of Valentine’s Day

Aracely Torres, Staff Writer | March 9, 2020

Valentine’s Day is a day of love but not a lot of people know the actual meaning of it or the history behind it. The holiday has origins in Roman Festival of Lupercalia held in mid-February. Lupercalia was an ancient pagan festival held each year in Rome on February 15. Although Valentine's Day shares its name with a martyred Christian saint, some historians believe the holiday is actually an offshoot...

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The RHS A Cappella Class: What Is It?

Nathan Rommel, Staff Writer | February 24, 2020

A Cappella is a choir group of people that sing songs. We have one here in RHS. The A Cappella class is a small class on the third floor of the RHS main building. Mr. Jerry Lim has been leading the A Cappella class for four years. Through the lead of Mr. Lim, the A Cappella plays a present role within the school events. The class attended the Veteran Day Assembly, where they performed “What a Wonderful...

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Holy Week

Jhenifer Cortez, School Writer | February 12, 2020

Holy Week, also known as “Semana Santa” in Spanish, is a Roman Catholic tradition that lasts a week, and it’s held between April 5th and 11th. “Sonsonate” for example, located in El Salvador, is known for its street carpets (alfombras) made of colorful flowers and colored sawdust. Nonetheless, due to Semana Santa being the last week of lent (cuaresma) a 40-day Holy period were people pray,...

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Kate Godunov, Assistant Editor | January 24, 2020

Multicultural Week! It’s one of the most important weeks at Renton High School that takes months and months of preparation. Countless clubs and students audition for Multi to show off heritage and culture with wonderful performances such as dance routines and a fashion show.  Within Multi auditions, clubs like FSU, BSU, and KPOP took the stage by storm. Individual groups of students wowed the...

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