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News

CACC flower sale to benefit self-funded program

In hopes of funding the various floral classes in the CACC, students will put on a flower sale to benefit their curriculum.

Students participate in Mini Mizzou Thon to help kids

Saturday Feb. 11, the University of Missouri opened its doors to host the annual event of Mini Mizzou Thon for raising money for the women...

Bruins dismantle Spartans in crosstown match

RBHS faced Battle for the second time this year on Tuesday, Feb. 21. Senior leadership defensively and an offensive spark from underclassmen propelled the team to success.

Black History Month

February marks the start of Black History Month, a time we remember and celebrate the achievements and contributions of Black Americans. Join us every week for new content.

Features

Students to complain rather than seek help from teachers

Although a straight A report card may bring pride to students and parents, most kids know it comes with hours of homework, studying and...

Breaks in class allow students to thrive

Doodling and being on phones during class is considered a distraction to some teachers. But for some students it something that improves their learning.

Arts & Entertainment

Struggling to ‘make it’

As kids grow up, aspirations of being a rock star or actress are common. As students progress through school, these ambitious, creative field of...
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Featured Student Author: ChungHyun Lee

Senior ChungHyun Lee is no stranger to moving from place to place, but is there a label for him to identify with?

Featured student author: Jordan Banker

This weeks featured student author is senior Jordan Banker. Her journey with pole vaulting has proven a major impact on her life. Click here to read more.

Award shows continue to lack diversity

The 74th annual Golden Globes presented yet another unfortunate absence of people of color and minorities among the nominees.