MSU to set the record straight about Islam
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MSU to set the record straight about Islam

Muslim Student Union is hosting “Muslims in America,” a panel open to the public where they will discuss the life and culture of Muslims in America. The panel…

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School adds new boiler to protect against fierce cold
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School adds new boiler to protect against fierce cold

With the cold temperatures that have struck Columbia hard, the administration has decided that a winter boiler was necessary. On Friday, Nov. 14, the school replaced the boiler…

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MAC Scholars take retreat
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MAC Scholars take retreat

Last Thursday MAC Scholars hosted a retreat for all Columbia high school students of color who are enrolled in an AP course for the first time. The retreat…

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Teachers first to gain access to circumvent locked doors
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Teachers first to gain access to circumvent locked doors

Following the recently installed buzz-in system, CPS has now issued for teachers and students to be given proximity cards. Staff members will use these cards to enter the…

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Students donate blood to Red Cross
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Students donate blood to Red Cross

Students gave from their heart, literally, in a Red Cross Blood Drive Friday. The blood drive was an all day event held in the auxiliary gym with exactly…

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Senior Alain Chen comes first at Excellence in Mathematics Contest
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Senior Alain Chen comes first at Excellence in Mathematics Contest

While people were enjoying a Saturday filled with college football, the math club at RBHS headed to St. Louis, Missouri to compete at the Excellence in Mathematics contest.…

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Mending fences: Administrators hope new policy will help students learn from mistakes
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Mending fences: Administrators hope new policy will help students learn from mistakes

“Restorative practices” will become part of the arsenal of disciplinary techniques principals use as they work with students who have violated rules. The idea is that students’ behavior…

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Amendment 3 hits close to home
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Amendment 3 hits close to home

Today some seniors will vote for the first time. As they file into their polling places, they may keep in mind one issue that will affect their younger…

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Tech specialists work here today to optimize CPS wireless network
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Tech specialists work here today to optimize CPS wireless network

There were more than 20 technology specialists in the RBHS media center today hoping to fix an ongoing problem with the CPS wireless network.  RBHS media specialist Dennis…

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