• Paddling Team Bridges Cultures

    Paddling Team Bridges Cultures

    Gino Dayton, Contributor

    April 1, 2016

    Twelve Radford High School students were selected to participate in the 27-mile 9-leg Eimeo canoe race around Moorea island in Tahiti. This prestigious race is considered to be the world championship race for high school students. There are three different divisions, and Radford was a part of the age 17-1... READ MORE »»

  • Mann Publishes First Book

    Mann Publishes First Book

    Emma Winters, Reporter

    March 28, 2016

    Junior Matthew Mann may seem like a typical teenager, but he’s a young man with a lot on his mind. He kept a journal of his thoughts, and recently became a newly self-published author. “Through My Eyes” is a 119-page book expressing Mann’s views on society, philosophy and political commentary. M... READ MORE »»

    Matthew Mann describes his book “Through My Eyes” as “a philosophical and political commentary regarding modern United States society.” It can be purchased at lulu.com for less than $3.

  • Christe Wins Teacher of the Year Award

    Christe Wins Teacher of the Year Award

    March 28, 2016

    Christine Christe is this year’s Radford teacher of the year. Nominated and voted by her colleagues, it doesn’t come as a surprise to anyone why she was selected. Christe is a fourth year teacher who spent those years at Radford. During her time as Ram, she taught Ceramics, Sports Medicine, and ... READ MORE »»

    Class of 2016 advisor Christine Christe dances with members of the senior class at the Senior Luau held at the Polynesian Cultural Center.

  • Banks Wins Poets from the Past Poetry Contest

    Banks Wins Poets from the Past Poetry Contest

    April Mamaclay, Reporter

    March 28, 2016

    In celebration of Black History Month, the Pacific Ocean chapter of Blacks in Government, in partnership with Phi Beta Sigma hosted their 6th annual Poets from the Past, Youth Poetry Competition. The competition celebrated non-living African American poets of the past. It was open to students in the 6th... READ MORE »»

    In celebration of Black History Month, Phi Beta Sigma hosted their 6th annual Poets from the Past contest. Senior Renee Banks (third from left) took first Place by reciting Maya Angelou’s "Phenomenal Woman," and sharing facts about Angelou. “I took time to memorize the poem as well as build a positive mindset,” Banks said.

    Submitted by Renee Banks

  • Talent Show Sends Winners to Brown Bags Competition

    Talent Show Sends Winners to Brown Bags Competition

    The RamPage, Staff

    March 28, 2016

    Brown Bags to Stardom is a talent show for those who can sing, dance, play an instrument, or even perform a dramatic interpretation. It is open to elementary school, middle school, and high school students, and winners from the schools go on to compete at the Brown Bags to Stardom statewide finals... READ MORE »»

    Brown Bags contestants lead the school in singing the alma mater at the end of the talent show assembly.

    Mary Ann Kurose

Seniors Bond at Luau

Two hundred seniors took a day off from their classes to attend the Senior Luau at the Polynesian Cultural Center in Laie. At a cost of $50-$60 per person, seniors gained ...  Read More »

March 28, 2016

Ramirez Places in Distinguished Young Women’s Pageant

March 28, 2016

Madison Ramirez (12) participated and was the 5th ru...  Read More »

Governor Plans AC Installation in All DOE Schools

March 15, 2016

      Soaring temperatures is a h...  Read More »

Commander Corey Turner, from the US Navy conducted the Annual Military Inspection. He inspected classrooms’ physical conditions and teaching equipment, and checked supply and record keeping procedures.  “I did AMI last year and compared to this year it was a fun experience,” Christian Limos (10) said.

Navy JROTC Passes Annual Military Inspection

March 15, 2016

One hundred forty-nine Navy JROTC cadets had a chance...  Read More »

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Post Prom Plans

Alexa Conrad, Editor

PROM IS OVER. Now what? Prom can make for an exciting night, but it comes with a time limit. Many students who leave the event in their fancy attire and high spirits find tha...  Read More »

March 29, 2016

Seniors Ronan McElveny, Emma Winters, Katie Hearther, and Maximillion Philson pose as victims of senioritis. Senioritis is an affliction that seniors experience when they are ready to graduate, and have no motivation to do their best when completing assignments. “Seniors can get lazy, but they can’t just slack off,” Bryce Edmonson (12) said. “They’ll fail.”

Senioritis Hits Class of 2016

February 3, 2016

Senioritis is an affliction that students in their final year of high school or college face, usually caused by stress, w...  Read More »

April Mamaclay (12) does not let senioritis control her life. Mamaclay already applied to college, and cannot wait to graduate. “I do my work, I listen to my teachers, more than I usually do,” she said, “and most importantly, I go to all my classes.”

Kill Senioritis Before it Begins: How to get through your senior year

January 29, 2016

1. Focus on your grades. Even though it is your final year of high school, your grades still matter, so complete your assign...  Read More »

Racks of prom dresses and men's jackets are available to prom goers in room 113 . Attire and accessories are free of charge to students who are unable to pay the costs of prom wear. “Many alumni outgrow the dresses, or will never go to a prom again, or will get another gown,” Student Activities Coordinator John Goto said, “so there are always others who can use it to save their money for other things.”

Student Council Offers Free Prom Ensemble

January 29, 2016

Prom is an expensive event. With the prices of dresses, shoes, bags, and jewelry, many find it a struggle on their wallet. ...  Read More »

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‘Deadpool’ Ranks in Top 10 movies of 2016

Adaliah Collins, Editor

Marvel Comic’s comical superhero Deadpool, entered theaters around the world on Feb. 12. Deadpool is a Marvel Comic movie following the life of Wade Wilson, a genetically mutated superhero. The film features familiar faces such as Ryan Reynolds, Morena Baccarin, and Gina Carano. On opening night, 20th Century Fox and Marvel Entertainment’s new f...  Read More »

Apr 1

Restrict Prom Attendees to Upperclassmen

Adaliah Collins, Editor

Prom is seen as a once in a lifetime night, especially for many seniors. So, it becomes a personal issue when juniors, like myself, and seniors are unable to attend prom when underclassmen are buying up the bids. While I understand that there are under/upperclassman couples, I am also aware that many sophomores and freshmen attending Saturday’s prom are partnering as...  Read More »

Mar 29

AC Needs to Blow in More Classrooms

Brooke Howard, Reporter

                        Radford has limited air conditioning, and is only in selected areas of the school. I am a recent transfer from Fayetteville, North Carolina where I spent the last seven years in air conditioned classrooms, so coming to Radford, I was blown away by th...  Read More »

Mar 15

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