By Christina Dinh
(Photo taken by RCI Yearbook)
The black history assembly took place on the 22nd of February in the auditorium. BHED+ had spent months organizing the event with the help of Mrs. McDonagh-Vella, Mrs. Thomas-Reynolds, and the AV crew. Many lunches, time after school, and even weekends were spent organizing and making sure the assembly went smoothly. Continue reading “#BlackHistoryAssembliesMatter”
It’s just a joke. Words are strange. They can mean so much but be said so fast. They can form feelings, stories, and patterns. We’ve all heard it. The jokes. Not a knock-knock joke, or a dad joke. No. The Jokes. “That’s so gay” “You are so retarded” “You guys are cancer” “What a Schizo” Those ones. The ones that when confronted, end with the recurring … Continue reading It’s Just A Joke.
As high school students, we can all relate to the overwhelming stress, the agonizing drama from peers and the never ending lengths of self discovery we face. In Catherine Lo’s first ever novel, How it Ends, the struggles and hardships of many teens are highlighted and brought to life. How it Ends tells the story of two girls, Annie and Jess. In this best friends-at-first-sight tale, … Continue reading How it Ends: A Summary & Review