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About time

A Romantic Comedy that tests time

Lauren Homesley, Staff Writer and Graphic Designer
November 30, 2013

By: Lauren Homesley Time is a precious gift that most of us take for granted. In the film About Time, Tim Lake discovers he can travel back in his past to change his present. Tim’s father tells Tim that only the men in the family are able to do so. To travel in time, Tim goes into a dark closet, cupboard,... Read more »

The Legacy Remains

Juliette Daniel, Staff Writer
November 30, 2013

By: Juliette Daniel RHHS’s varsity volleyball team made it to playoffs once again. “Coach Younger has now led Heath’s volleyball team to playoffs for at least the past four consecutive years,” Senior Regina Tillis said. Heath’s volleyball team made it to the second round of playoffs after... Read more »

Giving back with Thanksgiving baskets

Maryellen Lee, Staff Writer
November 30, 2013

By: Maryellen Lee FCCLA is fundraising with Thanks giving baskets for families in need ends Thursday November 20.All clubs were encouraged by Mrs. Julie Durst and FCCLA members in making at least one. The baskets have things such as: a twenty-pound turkey, stuffing mix, a large bag of potatoes, pie crusts,... Read more »

Sugar, Spice, and Everything Football

Blaire Bennettt, Staff writer
November 30, 2013

By: Blaire Bennettt The Powder Puff football is an annual game that involves both junior and senior girls, suiting up to play a game of flag football. This has become a tradition that brings out the competitive and energetic side of the students. This is a very important thing to have at this point of... Read more »

Go Grease Lightning

Jacqueline Villagomez, staff writer
November 22, 2013

By: Jacqueline Villagomez Rocking into RHHS this next semester is the musical “Grease”. “Grease” has been one of the most popular musicals in history since it was released in 1978. Over a hundred students tried out for the musical, but only a fair number of 63 were cast.  Although... Read more »

Doctor Who?

November 22, 2013

By: Maryellen Lee As of October 2013, Dr. Maglisceau completed his goal of getting his Doctorate in Public Affairs at the University of Texas at Dallas (UTD). This year has been about achieving your goals and succeeding in what you want to accomplish. In order to receive a doctorate degree, one must... Read more »

School Cheer vs. Competition Cheer

November 15, 2013

Each year the RHHS cheerleaders not only show their skills at various games they also have the chance to go to cheer competitions to broaden their skills. Competitive cheer begins in the Fall once the football season comes to an end so that there’s more time to prepare for competition. The coaches... Read more »

Heath Cross Country

Zach Johnson and Adam Rodriguez, Graphic Designers
November 7, 2013

By Zach Johnson and Adam Rodriguez Cross-Country is a cut throat sport. Every day the runners wake up at 5:15a.m. and run six to twelve miles depending on which workout day it is. With every workout, runners increase their speed and endurance. Every day has a new set of challenges, but it’s a sport... Read more »

Teacher of the Month: Mrs.Jenkins

Jacqueline Villagomez, Staff Writer
November 7, 2013

RHHS’s Pre-AP biology and anatomy teacher, Bianca Jenkins, is one of the most relatable teachers on campus.  When she is not teaching on the structures of the cell or the parts of the body, Jenkins can be found making short films with her son or doing her most sacred hobby, reading a book.   Her... Read more »

You’re Gonna Hear Her ROAR

Lauren Homesley & Blaire Bennett, Graphic Designer & Photojournalist
November 4, 2013

By: Lauren Homesley and Blair Bennett Hard work and dedication makes one amazing player. Senior Regina Tillis had been playing volleyball since she was in fifth grade. She had been on the varsity volleyball team since her freshman year and she is this year’s captain. With the responsibility as captain,... Read more »

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