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Nicole Schroeder

Despite her daunting schedule and knowledgeable attitude about various happenings at RBHS, many still seem to think that senior Nicole Schroeder is an underclassman. Maybe it has to do with her small stature or maybe it is the air of determined perfectionism that immediately dispels any notions of senioritis. Whatever the reason, however, almost everyone can agree that her friendly face and warm smile openly welcome all those she may meet. In her free time, she enjoys writing novels to her heart’s content, horseback riding, and spending time with her family and her three guinea pigs: Smores, Oreo, and Cinnamon. If she’s not in class, she’s most often bustling in and out the journalism room or tucked away in a quiet corner of the East Atrium.

Camp NaNoWriMo Diaries: Week 4

As April drew to a close last week, many students spent the last few hours of the month readying for prom or studying for...

No equality without inclusivity

From person-first speech to including others, society as a whole needs to work toward accepting others without treating them differently.

Growing up shouldn’t mean giving up family

Leaving home after graduation doesn't necessarily mean students should separate from their families; it's important to foster the relationships between students and their families even after the tassel on their cap has been moved and adulthood has become a reality.

Illusions: happily ever after

In the final installment of Illusions, Gemma, James, Irene and Elijah gather one last time to put the past behind them and start again, and Gemma and Elijah realize that after what they've been through, nothing will ever pull them apart again.