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Meet Winter, a rescued dolphin and movie star

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By Vanessa Lazzaro ’20 Many marine animals get injured due to crab cages, fishing nets, boats, littering, and more. Some mammals do not get saved, and just suffer until they die. On December 10, 2005, Winter, an Atlantic Bottlenose dolphin, got injured by a crab cage and got tangled when ...

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Security at RHS

  By AALIYAH DUNCAN ’19 Security at RHS Students are chaotically flooding the halls at Ridley High School as the time students are expected to be in homeroom nears. A quarrel breaks out in the cafeteria where students are currently getting breakfast. Fists are colliding between two male juniors as ...

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Music Review: Ed Sheeran’s Divide

By Vanessa Lazzaro ’20 Ed Sheeran’s Divide hit the make for his fans on March 3, 2017, when it broke the world record of 56 million on Spotify and over 346,000 copies sold with a five out of five star rating on Itunes. The most popular song in the album ...

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New locker system causing complaints

By Christian Dath ’17 Over the past month students and faculty have been adapting to a new locker system in the school.  Students’ lockers are now supposed to be positioned close to their respective homerooms.  What seems to disappoint a large majority of students is that their new lockers are ...

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Eagles rebuild for playoff push next year

It has been a difficult three years for the Philadelphia Eagles due to the reorganization of the coaching staff and the many roster changes. The Philadelphia Eagles have hired Doug Pederson to be the 23rd head coach in franchise history. The Eagles have made many roster moves this offseason. They ...

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Hazing: another threat to high school athletes

By Marisela Rechner ’19 Hazing in high schools has been a hot topic recently. In early February, Conestoga High School football players were accused of performing humiliating acts in the locker room as a part of “no-gay Thursdays.” In 2014, Sayreville War Memorial High School in New Jersey also had ...

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Book Review

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Book reviews Brianna moss ‘19 Title: The fifth wave Author: Rick Yancey Published: May 17, 2013 Genres: Sci Fi Trilogy: The fifth wave, The infinite sea, The last star Pages: 497 page count Reviews: Google reads 4.2 Barnes and noble 4.3 RHS Library My personal opinion 5 Paper back cost: ...

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Jeans days are great days at RHS

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by Shakiema Wylie, ’17 Jacob Davis, the inventor of Levi Jeans would be surprised to know that jeans have become so popular today. Our district takes advantage of this popularity by scheduling jeans days for fund raising projects. “Jeans day is enjoyable for both the students and staff. It gives ...

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A Trio is Born

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Three running backs on one team. Demarco Murray, Ryan Matthews, and Darren Sproles, a once dreamt of  backfield for any coach or fan. Now is the time and the Trio has been Born. Chip Kelly didn’t waste anytime at all during the start of this years free agency, trading his ...

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