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  • Rams Prepare for WASC Visit

    Rams Prepare for WASC Visit

    The RamPage, Staff

    February 3, 2017

    By The RamPage Radford High School hosts a multitude of guests throughout the year, but most eyes will focus on a special group’s visit on Feb. 6 - Feb. 9.  Members representing Western Association of Schools and Colleges will be on campus to examine the school’s self-study process to provide quality... READ MORE »»

    Physics students Arianna Gaskins (12), Kriztofer Caraang (12), Angela Peralta (12), and Mitchell Gawlik (12) investigate the concept of roller coasters to learn about mechanical energy and conservation of energy. Through a self-study process, teachers are involved in making sure that students are engaged and learning. “Physics is a fun, hands on class where we can do a lot of formative assessment to ensure our students are understanding the concepts,” science teacher Teresa Williams said.

  • Swim Team Pushes Selves to Improve

    Swim Team Pushes Selves to Improve

    Kate Seed, Reporter

    February 2, 2017

    Members on Radford’s swim team require not only skills, but dedication. Luckily, the team has motivated players who work hard and prepare for success by practicing for up to three hours a day, six days a week and compete in meets in between. “Coach Kevin [Arakaki] is throwing out some hard practices to... READ MORE »»

    Nathaniel Gartner (11) puts in up to three hours a day, six days a week of swimming practices. Gartner began swimming competitively in seventh grade and continues to push himself to “drop some more time.”

  • Rams Find Forever Friendships

    Rams Find Forever Friendships

    Alexia Gardner, Reporter

    February 2, 2017

    Enduring friendships at Radford are usually short-lived because a third of the student body moves away each year, yet that doesn’t stop individuals from meeting and keeping their forever best friends. Sophomores Madeline Kellett and Anna Fuller have been friends for over a year after working together... READ MORE »»

    eniors Madison McHenry joins her best friend Jada Moody for a birthday celebration. McHenry and Moody have been best friends since 7th grade. Moody said that the duo are opposites, but “we complement each other,” McHenry said.

  • Statewide Transition Centers Address Transient Population

    Statewide Transition Centers Address Transient Population

    Adaliah Collins and Alexa Conrad, Editors

    February 2, 2017

    Radford High School’s campus boasts a global community of ethnicities and nationalities, but more than that, a diversity of cultures, opinions, lifestyles, and experiences are found among the 1200-plus student body. New students enroll from around the nation, Europe and Asia, and most of them are chi... READ MORE »»

    ransition Center student facilitator Fallon Villarreal (12) facilitates a session on improving the center at a MYAC meeting.

  • Yoks Relaxes After 32 Years

    Yoks Relaxes After 32 Years

    The RamPage, Staff

    February 2, 2017

    Career Technical Education teacher Lane Yokoyama spent over three decades in the classroom. Over the years, he taught Agriculture Arts, Radford Academic Motivation Program, Industrial Crafts, Math B, Woods, Architectural Drafting, Digital Photography, and Graphics. After 32 years in Hawaii’s Depart... READ MORE »»

    Graphics Communications teacher Lane Yokoyama, accompanied by his wife Loree, traveled to Vancouver, WA for the PrintRocks awards ceremony. Yokoyama was surprised with a special presentation at the ceremony, when he was awarded with a trophy and the Printastic Educator award.

Budding Epicureans Place at Dessert Cookoff

The RamPage, Staff

Career Technical Education teacher Jamie Kahalewai is busy working with budding epicureans in her school kitchen. When an opportunity presented itself to showcase her stud...  Read More »

Feb 2

Project ARIES Highlights Careers, Electives

Project ARIES Highlights Careers, Electives

November 16, 2016

Radford High School hosted a week-and-a-half long registra...  Read More »

US Wins Big at Summer Olympics

October 15, 2016

2016 marked a promising year for American athlete...  Read More »

Radford Enforces Stricter ID Policy

Radford Enforces Stricter ID Policy

September 30, 2016

Radford students are donning a new look this year, an...  Read More »

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Social Media Users Urged to Block Bullies

Kate Seed, Reporter

Many believe cyber-bullying is a personal problem with a quick solution: block the bully. However, cyber-bullying is rampant when social media is involved. In Hawaii, it is a...  Read More »

Feb 2

Clown Sightings Spike in 2016

February 2, 2017

Last year, news agencies reported a surge in clown sightings, in 44 states. Even Hawai’i had a clown sighting at Wai’an...  Read More »

AP Offers Taste of College, Credits

February 2, 2017

Radford High School currently offers 11 Advanced Placement courses among its English, social studies, science, and math di...  Read More »

Belk Joins NJROTC

September 28, 2016

Naval Science instructor Brian Belk comes to Radford after spending the last 24 years as an Active Duty Navy Corpsman. ...  Read More »

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‘Dr. Strange’ Rakes in Millions

Trevor Land, Reporter

Filled with more one liners than any other movie I can think of, it is no surprise that Dr. Strange is raking in millions of dollars.  The movie was filmed on a $165 million budget, and on its opening weekend, it made $75 million. In the comics of Dr. Strange, the Ancient One is a Tibetan Man; however, in the movie the Ancient One is a Celtic woman.       Benedict ...  Read More »

Feb 2

‘Civilization 6’ Wins Game Awards

Sean Duff, Reporter

Civilization VI is the successor to the incredible turn-based strategy game Civilization 5. Developed by Firaxis and published by 2K games to be the sixth installment in the series, it was released on Oct. 6. The game, like its predecessor, is a turn-based 4x strategy game. The game won the Game Critics Award for best PC game, as well as the best strategy game. The re...  Read More »

Feb 2

‘TitanFall 2’: Revive or Bust?

Jacques Abellira, Reporter

“Titanfall 2” is Respawn Entertainment’s new IP, the sequel to the successful multiplayer parkour mech shooter game, well, “Titanfall.” “Titanfall 2” is Respawn’s third game, the Titanfall series coming after “Call of Duty 2.” “Titanfall 2” features a single player campaign that puts you in the shoes of Militia pilot Jack Cooper and Vanguard-Class T...  Read More »

Feb 2

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Mixing with Maddie

Madison Wahl, Reporter

RECIPE: Chicken Katsu INGREDIENTS 2 lbs chicken thighs [boneless] 2 large eggs, lightly beaten 5 to 6 oz panko flakes 1 cup flour Salt and oil 1 bottle tonkatsu sauce Ri...  Read More »

Oct 15

Homemade Pizza Pockets

Homemade Pizza Pockets

January 29, 2016

Basic Crepes

Basic Crepes

January 29, 2016

Easy Peppermint Bark

Easy Peppermint Bark

January 29, 2016

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