Nerd Day deemed not politically correct; changed to Genius Day

November 22, 2013

Filed under Opinion

Last year, in an attempt to not offend the student body, one of the senior superlatives was changed from ‘Facebook Creep’ to ‘Facebook Guru’. Now, with this spirit week another change has been made. The classic ‘Nerd... Read more »

Intricacies of the (H:) drive

Jakob Pommerenke

November 19, 2013

Filed under Opinion

Recently more and more problems have come up in the computer system, though many are unknown, a repeating problem which could probably be easily fixed is the space requirement issue. Each computer has a limited HDD (Hard disk... Read more »

Effect of ACA

Rohit Allada, Staff Writer

October 17, 2013

Filed under Opinion

Registration for government healthcare plans begins tomorrow, October 1. Millions of Americans who were previously uninsured will now have access to health insurance, thanks to the Affordable Care Act. Each state will have a variety... Read more »

The failed war on drugs

Jakob Pommerenke

October 17, 2013

Filed under Opinion

The recent use of the TOR network as a honey trap to install a tracker on people's computers and the shutdown of the Silkroad with arrests made all across the western world are one of the only few results that the war on drugs... Read more »

OPINION: If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it

David Park, Graphic design

October 10, 2013

Filed under Opinion

Today, the school introduced a new circular table for the cafeteria. Personally, I was perfectly content with the long rectangular tables from last year. When the school replaced these long tables with shorter ones, I was a bit... Read more »

OPINION: The government shutdown has gone on long enough

Gavin Lewis, Multimedia

October 7, 2013

Filed under Opinion

As the government shutdown looms into its fourth day, most people I hear are saying, “It’s all Obama’s fault for this shutdown,” or other phrases... Read more »

Fear of missing out is real for social media generation

Theodora Leventis, Staff Writer

September 30, 2013

Filed under Opinion

Teens often feel like they’re missing out when it comes to their social lives. With social networking sites such as Facebook, Twitter and Instagram, it is hard not to see what everyone is up to. Kids will see pictures of their... Read more »

OPINION: US intervention in Syria necessary

Wilson Bryan, Copy Editor

September 16, 2013

Filed under Opinion

  President Obama has spoken again regarding the volatile circumstances in Syria. The situation thus far stands at this: the civil war in Syria began roughly two years ago with the people... Read more »

RHS tardy policy

Jakob Pommerenke

September 13, 2013

Filed under Opinion

The school tardy policy is a broken policy that causes students to be later than they actually have to be by forcing them to go through the entire school simply to tell the attendance office they were late to their class. Others... Read more »

School pride is back!

School pride is back!

September 11, 2013

Don’t suffer in silence, mental illness is treatable, not shameful

Abbie Darnell, Staff Writer

May 2, 2013

Filed under Opinion

Many people do not realize that teens suffer from mental illness. However, in the United States, approximately 11 percent of teenagers suffer from a serious mental disorder that impacts their daily lives. It is estimated that... Read more »