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RBHS students embellish halls for annual art show

Moy Zhong April 30, 2019

RBHS students and faculty embellished the halls with artwork for the school's annual art show "Depth" on April 14. Guided by staff including Abigail Gorsage and Carrie Stephenson, art students showcased...

Marching band prepares for next season

Marching band prepares for next season

Billy Beaty May 21, 2018

The Emerald Regiment is already preparing for the 2018 marching season. Band director Steve Matthews teaching at Jefferson Middle School next year, so the band will be led by Patrick Sullivan. With the...

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Students take interest in fashion forward trends

Bailey Stover May 16, 2018

For countless children growing up, their families called them pet-names such as “sweetie,” “silly-bear” and “snugabug.” This was no different for junior Piper Page, whose parents declared her...

Junior Lexie Hayes prepares junior Bailey Long for the role of Lysistrata, which showcases Greek history.
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Theatrical Showcase takes audiences on a Ride through Time

George Frey May 6, 2018

From the Old Testament to the hair loving 1970s, Advanced Acting and Musical Theatre students managed to combine various choreography, songs and character dialogues and monologues to showcase various periods...

Style and Expression at RBHS

Style and Expression at RBHS

Will Napier May 4, 2018

“Style and what you wear is really just how you express yourself; it’s what you’re inspired by and what you soak up,” said G-Eazy, a Californian hip-hop artist who has in recent years gotten attention...

Q&A: Students on their collections

Q&A: Students on their collections

Nikol Slatinska April 20, 2018

Meet Billie Huang and Jeffrey Mullen, two seniors who have been collecting stickers and pressed pennies, respectively, for a significant chunk of their lives. Billie Huang, senior When did you start collecting...

Louder Than a Bomb performances

Louder Than a Bomb performances

Siena Juhlin April 18, 2018

April 14, Columbia's first Louder Than a Bomb slam poetry competition took place at the Warehouse Theater, where students from different schools wrote and performed their original poems. Teams from all...

PAC in the dark by George Frey

Drama department introduces ‘The Upstadgers’

Katie Whaley March 21, 2018

A group of nine teens stayed past dinnertime to rehearse in the drama room. They ran lines again, still laughing at all the cheesy jokes, and each person was doing his or her best to remember what they...

A comic adventure into the True/False film fest

A comic adventure into the True/False film fest

Valeria Velasquez February 27, 2018

Tonight's Eastside kickoff concert starts the 15th annual True/False Film Fest. This weekend @truefalse presents 40 new features, 3 respective films and 24 shorts on 9 screens in 8 venues within a 10-minute...

Every Day film falls short of expectations

‘Every Day’ film falls short of expectations

Katie Whaley February 26, 2018

Michael Sucsy’s Every Day movie joins the list of film adaptations of books that went amiss. The film, based on David Levithan’s novel of the same name, tells the unusual love story of two teenagers;...

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Q&A: Librarians on their favorite books

Nikol Slatinska February 8, 2018

As someone with a new year’s resolution to read more often, I thought it might be helpful to me and hopefully to someone else to do a bit of exploration on the most beneficial or interesting books out...

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A decade old and counting: a reflection of 2008

Nikol Slatinska January 18, 2018

1. “Burning Up” by The Jonas Brothers The year 2008 was the peak of my favorite childhood band’s career. Eight-year-old me was living her best life thanks to legendary Jonas Brothers bangers such...

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