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Staff Gushes Over Revitalized Cinematic Universe

Staff Gushes Over Revitalized Cinematic Universe

February 18, 2016


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The influence the Star Wars franchise transcends generations since the first movie came out in 1977. RHS teachers have been deeply influenced by the series and still view it has being very important to them. English teacher Sharon Lee is but one of many avid Star Wars fans in the school. Lee is in love...

What Makes a Movie Multi-Generational?

What Makes a Movie Multi-Generational?

February 18, 2016


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The first installment of the new “Star Wars” Trilogy has heralded a healthy dose of nostalgia and excitement in equal amounts. Skeptics and doubters alike have been silenced in droves by the heartfelt film that has brought new life into a classic formula. Is this the defining movie of our generation...

Students Shred Through Slopes

Students Shred Through Slopes

February 18, 2016


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With winter comes snow, and snow means chilling out with friends on “ski trip Fridays” in the Ski and Snowboard Club. They provide six ski and snowboard trips to three different ski resorts and automatic Night Club membership. The Ski and Snowboard Club has been at Rockville for over 15 years, and...

MocoSnow Showers Community with Weather-Related Information

MocoSnow Showers Community with Weather-Related Information

January 23, 2016


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Students across Montgomery County leap out of their beds in the morning to catch a glimpse of the infamous snow predictions twitter account @MCPSsnow. The person running the account is MCPS physical education and health teacher for the alternative education program at Blair G. Ewing Center Alex Tisr...

Desire to be perfect

January 15, 2016


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An unrealistic standard of beauty has arose as thigh gaps in young girls are being encouraged. Though a naturally thin body is nothing to be ashamed of, this new body trend is glorifying a feature many girls do not have naturally, and can result negative body image. Thigh gaps, though heavily glamorized...

The Revenant

The Revenant

January 14, 2016


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How far will a father would go to avenge his son? The answer, he would rise from his own grave after being immobilized by a bear attack and travel across the winter woods and hills of frontier South Dakota whilst being hunted by a hostile Native American tribe. “The Revenant” is the story of Hugh Glas...

New Perspectives

January 6, 2016


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Moving to a new school can be difficult, but imagine moving to a new school in a foreign country. Sophomore Sophia Rosen has made the decision to continue her school year in Guatemala for a full semester. Rosen has applied to Valle Verde, a transfer school in Guatemala. If accepted, she plans to take...

Trans Voices Heard

Trans Voices Heard

January 5, 2016


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When one’s biological sex matches their gender identity, life is easy (or at least easier). However, it gets more complicated when you are a transgender minority while still in high school. Despite growing acceptance, transgender students still receive public scrutiny. According to a 2009 National T...

Club Brings Awareness to Rockville

Club Brings Awareness to Rockville

January 4, 2016


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In its second year, the Awareness Club, led by returning president senior Kelsey Hylton, aims to raise awareness for diseases and illnesses that affect club members or other people in the RHS community. Hylton started the Awareness Club last year in hopes of raising awareness for different dise...

Rampage Test

January 4, 2016


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Rampage Test

Rockville Rampace 5K 2015 Race Times

Rockville Rampace 5K 2015 Race Times

November 23, 2015


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Check out the race times here! https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1qheJZCurdzMgA4M9x3k-5ZDor9lCdMRBl-H0x2ITC3U/edit?pli=1#gid=0

ATL Teaches Students How to Learn

ATL Teaches Students How to Learn

November 11, 2015


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Approaches to Learning (ATL) students held an ATL Experiment Showcase Oct. 20 in Room 2055 by conducting experiments to learn about learning.   The experiments centered on how well students focus with and without smartphones. Topics included the effects of music on studying and having a...

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