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Transition Center Eases Students into School, Community

Sam Kinnard, Erika Purseglove, Reporters
September 16, 2014

With a month into the school year, over 170 students enrolled from around the state and the world. Roughly 60 percent of the Radford... READ MORE »»

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AVID Hosts Parent Night

September 9, 2014

Emcees and seniors Khailie Parinas and Tyler Kaanapu welcome families to the annual AVID Parent Night. Radford’s Advancement... READ MORE »»

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Publications Win Journalism Awards

April 24, 2014

Publications students took home several awards from the 45th annual Hawaii High School Journalism Awards Competition on April 23 at... READ MORE »»

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Classic Childhood Story Argues Against Censorship

Hanh Pham, Reporter
April 23, 2014

Although Salman Rushdie’s Haroun and the Sea of Stories seems to be nothing more than a fascinating children’s story that follows... READ MORE »»

Caption: One of the many book covers for Haroun and the Sea of Stories, this particular version is illustrated by Paul Birkbeck. Rushdie has been given 34 awards for his books as of 2012, and received the Writers’ Guild Award (Best Children’s Book) in 1992 for Haroun and the Sea of Stories. In the book, Rushdie explores the complexities of censorship multiple times: for example, Butt the Hoopoe said, “but but but what is the point of giving persons Freedom of Speech, if you then say they must not utilize same? And is not the Power of Speech the greatest Power of all? Then surely it must be exercised to the full?”

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Graphics Teams Compete in Vans Competition

April 7, 2014

Graphic Communications students worked in teams to draw and then, paint on shoes for the Vans CustomCulture shoe design competition.... READ MORE »»

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Mariano Wins Gold, Chance to Compete in Missouri

Courtney Ortega, Editor in chief
March 20, 2014

Radford’s Graphic Communication students took several awards at the SkillsUSA competition on Feb. 19 – 20. Led by teacher and... READ MORE »»

Caption: Nielsen Mariano, Krystelyn Galiza, Ashley Manuel, and Jordan Abanto took gold, silver, and bronze medals in the annual Hawaii SkillsUSA competition. Mariano, Galiza, Manuel, and Abanto are members of the Graphic Communications section. "I was pleasantly surprised because there were only two returnees from last year's team," said Graphic Communications and adviser Lane Yokoyama. "We practiced a lot afterschool and on weekends. The students really wanted to win."

College Visits, Happenings

10/14        Mount. St. Mary’s College (CA), Period 1 @CCRC 10/16        Tokai University (HI), Period 3 @CCRC 10/20        Oregon State University, Period... Read more »

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Assembly Sends Powerful Message about APEDs

Staff, Reporters

Donald Hooton Jr. was the lone visitor on the gymnasium floor with a powerful message to share with Radford’s youth. “I present over 75-100 programs a year on top of telling... Read more »

September 17, 2014 • 0 comments

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Transition Center Eases Students into School, Community

Sam Kinnard, Erika Purseglove, Reporters

With a month into the school year, over 170 students enrolled from around the state and the world. Roughly 60 percent of the Radford High School’s  student body is... Read more »

September 16, 2014 • 0 comments

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Gabe Gets You Grinnin’

Gabriel Gonzalez, Reporter

Positive attitudes can be manifested in many ways, such as positive thinking, constructive and creating thinking, optimism, motivation, and by choosing happiness. Yes, being... Read more »

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