• Senioritis Hits Class of 2016

    Senioritis Hits Class of 2016

    April Mamaclay and Alyssa Green, Reporters

    February 3, 2016

    Senioritis is an affliction that students in their final year of high school or college face, usually caused by stress, which results in a lack of motivation. According to Urban Dictionary, the symptoms are laziness, multiple absences, drowsiness, dismissive attitude, procrastination, and lower performanc... READ MORE »»

    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.”

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

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

    Adaliah Colins, Editor

    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 assignments. This also applies to students who already received acceptances to their colleges. Colleges will look at your final grade, and if they see a drastic change, you may find yo... 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.”

  • Student Council Offers Free Prom Apparel

    Student Council Offers Free Prom Apparel

    Alexa Conrad, Editor

    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. To help alleviate costs, Student Activities Coordinator John Goto is offering free prom dresses to students in need. Goto said that most donors have ties to the school, with donatio... READ MORE »»

    Racks of prom dresses and mens’ 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.”

    Alexa Conrad

  • Cheerleaders Win State Champs

    Cheerleaders Win State Champs

    The Rampage, Staff

    December 4, 2015

    It was supposed to have been a year of transition after losing Bo Frank who stepped down after coaching the cheer team for 15 years. His ties to the program remain close, though, when he was succeeded, by his cousin, former cheerleader, and alumnus Ridge Frank. As a result of the new personnel, Shayla ... READ MORE »»

    This is at the state competition at Blaisdell Nov. 14. 11th consecutive title. ““We’re a very hardworking team and we work to keep our legacy alive,” Shayla Rice (12) said.

    Submitted by Shayla Rice

  • Rams Clamor to Bring Back Second TASK

    Rams Clamor to Bring Back Second TASK

    Alexa Conrad, Editor

    December 4, 2015

    Juniors and seniors who aren’t new to Radford can recall the days when TASK B existed. Once a week, on Wednesdays, students could seek help from up to two teachers during TASK. Students are asking teachers to revisit its bell schedule and consider re-implementing a second TASK into the school day. Wh... READ MORE »»

    Jake Tufts (11) uses TASK to work on assignments from Gwynne Johnson’s AP World History course. Years ago, students were allowed to seek help from from multiple teachers when TASK A and TASK B were offered once a week. “We need more time get help and focus on assignments,” Haille Lane (12) said.

    Alexa Conrad

Varsity Football Wins OIA, State Championship Titles

The RamPage, STAFF

Vince Albalos Radford’s varsity football team made school history this year with an unblemished record and two championship titles. Not only did their season end boasting an undefeated record (13-0), they cl...  Read More »

December 3, 2015

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Nation Divided Over Accepting Syrian Refugees

December 3, 2015

United States, along with other countries are strugg...  Read More »

Ryan Abella is the new Automotive Technology teacher, replacing Randy Beltran. Abella is a first-year teacher who previously taught at Waipahu High School. “I want to help facilitate the growth of our future leaders and community contributors” he said.

Abella Takes Over Auto Program

November 20, 2015

Ryan Abella is Radford’s newest Ram taking over the...  Read More »

Test-takers Give Up Break to take PSAT

October 23, 2015

At first glance, dozens of students congesting the halls gav...  Read More »

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School Offers ‘Real World Skills’ Class

School Offers ‘Real World Skills’ Class

In school, students learn mandatory subjects such as math, English, science, history, and if they're lucky, they have a few elective classes of their choice. As time goes ...  Read More »

December 7, 2015

STEM Applications student Jacob Krieger (12) works on one of two robots the class built. The team recently competed in the VEX competition in August, where they designed their robot to pick up and launch a ball into a net on the other side of the field. “When you come in, you are expected to get onto your project and start building,” Krieger said.

STEM Builds Robots, Flies Drone

October 1, 2015

People around the world are intrigued with technology and robots. With Radford’s STEM Applications classes, students in...  Read More »

Frank racks up state, national titles with cheer program

April 6, 2015

Lawrence “Bo” Frank is leaving an indelible mark in the cheer world, racking up state and national titles with his cheer...  Read More »

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Fatz wins teacher of the year award

March 17, 2015

Anyone observing social studies and leadership teacher Jason Fatz can see that he embodies the attributes of a stellar educator....  Read More »

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The Story Continues For Star Wars Saga

James Ewald, Reporter

After a much anticipated wait, “Star wars: the Force Awakens” is finally here in theatres. Released to the public on Dec.18, people scrambled to get tickets. Many fans, such as myself, waited for this film, and could only speculate the storyline since it April 29, 2014, the date that it was announced to be released to the public. The movie was everything I expecte...  Read More »

Feb 3

AC Lets it Blow

Brooke Howard, Reporter

Radford has limited air conditioning, and are 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 the lack of AC. Since I only have one class with AC, I honestly can say that my body had to adjust to the temperature chang...  Read More »

Feb 3

‘Back to the Future’ Predictions: What They Got Right & Wrong

‘Back to the Future’ Predictions: What They Got Right & Wrong

Alexa Conrad, Editor

Oct. 21, 2015 marked an important day for the fans of “Back to the Future.” In the second movie of this time traveling trilogy, three main characters (Marty, Doc, and Jen...  Read More »

Dec 7

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Homemade Pizza Pockets

Homemade Pizza Pockets

Alexa Conrad, Editor

What you will need: -1 can (8 oz) refrigerated crescent dinner rolls -¼ cup pizza sauce -¾ cup shredded mozzarella cheese, -½ cup sliced pepperoni (24 slices) ...  Read More »

January 29, 2016

These crepes are simple to make and great for any meal of the day, whether it’s breakfast or dessert.

Basic Crepes

January 29, 2016

The perfect quick and easy holiday snack.

Easy Peppermint Bark

January 29, 2016

Whether it’s breakfast or lunch, these pizza waffles are the perfect choice. Personalize them yourself by getting creative with the toppings.

Pizza Waffles

January 29, 2016

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