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Prom store open for business

Becca Pheanis, Online Editor

January 14, 2015


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As dances are coming near, students are running to find their perfect dress or tuxedo. Life-skills teacher Jama Crowe opens a store every year for students that are in need of their perfect outfit for Snowball and Prom. This year, 100 new dresses were donated for student convenience. If a student is...

RHS wins Bob Wettig Tournament

Becca Pheanis, Online Editor

January 6, 2015


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Friday, January 2nd, Richmond defeated Zionsville 56-49, which gave them the opportunity to face Franklin Central, defeating them 66-54. Finally, on Saturday night, RHS played Indianapolis Scecina, concluding the game with 55-51 win, with senior Davious Webster making 18 points. Webster was names tournament...

Exchange students immerse in new culture

Krista Nicholson, reporter

December 17, 2014


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A new country, new people, and a new language. Being an exchange student can sound like a very frightening experience. Dogukan Aslan (Turkey) and Ignacio Giminez Perez (Spain) came to our school as exchange students this year, eager to broaden their knowledge. “To be an exchange student is like...

75 years of constant change

75 years of constant change

Jenna Saylor, Copy editor

December 17, 2014


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Imagine having twice the students as there are now, in only the main building. That takes crowded to a whole new level. Or imagine having staggered lunches instead of a set A, B, and C lunch. Well, believe it or not that used to be how things were. School used to be a lot different when our parents...

Cold hobbies bring joy to student’s holidays

Cold hobbies bring joy to student’s holidays

Becca Pheanis, Reporter

December 17, 2014


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Winter is the season of warm memories and holiday joy. Richmond and surrounding areas have much to offer in daily activities in the month of December, including different traditions and religious background. Students here at Richmond High School have their own activities for the holiday season. Winter...

Differing classes show diversity in student types

Krista Nicholson, Reporter

December 17, 2014


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Everyday, students go to class and sit in a room filled with their peers, but have they ever stopped to notice any trends in the types of people sitting next to them? Whether it be a gender trend or maybe even attitude differences, most classes seems to be full of the same types of people. For Joel...

Motivated students keep Shuck passionate

Motivated students keep Shuck passionate

Sydney Mcwhinney, reporter

December 17, 2014


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Science teacher Pat Shuck is one of those teachers who has been at the school forever, having a total of 40 years of experience and influence. Students and Shuck share their feelings about the classroom. Shuck’s students commend her, on the dedication she shows. “Mrs. Shuck is good at making sure...

Clothing expectations bring conflict to teens

Clothing expectations bring conflict to teens

Veatriz Vargas, Reporter

December 17, 2014


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In the Breakfast Club, a group of teenagers are faced with Saturday detention. The group consists of the typical high schoolers - the “princess”, the “criminal”, the “brain”, the “athlete” and the “basket case”. Each is identified and judged by their clothing. People are still...

Students speak out on morality and the media

Students speak out on morality and the media

Molly Holt, Editor-in-Chief

October 10, 2014


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These days the media raves about and showcases shows that many Americans become engrossed in. Some of them many people may find completely absurd. According to parentstv.org, 68 percent of people believe the entertainment industry has lost touch with viewers’ moral standards. “[The shows are]...

Tumblr works its way into teens lives

Tumblr works its way into teens lives

Veatriz Vargas, Reporter

October 10, 2014


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As she counted down to the new year she thought, this year I’m going to be different. The thing was, she didn’t know how to be different, so she looked it up. She went to Pinterest, Google, and many other sites, but one website stuck out to her, Tumblr. As she scrolled, she clicked on “make an...

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