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Bermuda Grass Field Needs To Be Maintained

Bermuda Grass Field Needs To Be Maintained

Editorial Board June 7, 2019

While most athletes consider playing at home an advantage, the poor playing conditions of Joseph B. Good Stadium make RHS-hosted games dreadful for fall and spring athletes. Despite the installation of...

Media Needs to Stop Spreading Killers' Names

Media Needs to Stop Spreading Killers’ Names

Andrew Coulibaly, Opinion Managing Editor May 23, 2019

In the aftermath of tragic mass shootings, the news media seems to focus more on killers rather than victims, reporting excessively on biographical details and posting the shooter’s name and face all...

Vaccines Prevent Diseases and Save Lives

Vaccines Prevent Diseases and Save Lives

George Baldwin, Opinion Editor May 16, 2019

86, 120, 372, 555. Those are the numbers of measles cases in the U.S. by year from 2016-19, according to the Centers for Disease Control (CDC). The deadly disease measles has made a big comeback in...

RHS has one of the shortest lunches in MCPS.  Due to the time constraint, students struggle to make up tests and get extra help.

Shorter Lunch Decreases Testing, Study Time

Matthew Liu, Opinion Managing Editor May 15, 2019

It is a frustrating scenario that both students and staff face on a daily basis -- trying to get work done, get help, socialize or take a break from classes during lunch, only to be suddenly interrupted...

There is Only One Democratic Candidate Who Can Beat Trump

There is Only One Democratic Candidate Who Can Beat Trump

Aidan Brami, Copy Editor May 10, 2019

After a presidency filled with turmoil, there’s one man who can put the Democrats in office: former Vice President Joseph Robinette Biden Jr. As the most centrist candidate of the Democrats running,...

Make D.C. the 51st State

Make D.C. the 51st State

George Baldwin, Opinion Managing Editor May 8, 2019

Washington D.C. residents have lacked a proper voice in the federal government since 1790, with only symbolic representation in Congress, and limited control over their own laws. Bill H.R. 51, which proposes...

After reviewing numerous electives offered at schools around the county, it is evident that RHS needs to offer more interesting choices for its students.

RHS Needs More Elective Choices

Editorial Board April 15, 2019

When January rolls around, students begin deciding which classes to take for the upcoming school year, but as they create their new schedules many will face the reality that there are not that many interesting...

Some studnets have questioned whether or not protests over the last two years have been effective in achieving goals of changing national gun laws or the national discourse.

Gun Control Protests Must Narrow Focus, Goals

Ben Kushner, Staff Writer April 15, 2019

Just weeks after last year’s shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas high school, students from across the country faced the Capitol building, holding signs and giving speeches asking Congress for comprehensive...

Some studnets have questioned whether or not protests over the last two years have been effective in achieving goals of changing national gun laws or the national discourse.

When Congress Does Nothing, Talk to Their Supervisor

Ben Kushner, Staff Writer April 11, 2019

Just weeks after last year’s shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas high school, students from across the country faced the Capitol building, holding signs and giving speeches asking Congress for comprehensive...

The detrimental psychological and moral effects of societies cancelled culture are heightened by social media.

Start a Conversation, Not a Cancellation

Emily Nagy , Editor in Chief April 1, 2019

He was the valedictorian of his senior class and went on to graduate summa cum laude from an Ivy League. Then to law school with an internship in a congressional office and a law degree with honors. He...

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