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  • Radford Enforces Stricter ID Policy

    Radford Enforces Stricter ID Policy

    Alexa Conrad, Editor

    September 30, 2016

    Radford students are donning a new look this year. Administrators roam the main hallways and greet students at the campus gate, reminding them to wear their school identification badges. While the school, over the years, always enforced a school ID policy, students had the freedom to keep their badges o... READ MORE »»

    Students who do not have their school-issued identification badges during the first class period of the school day are sent to the main office, and wait in line for temporary ID passes. Teachers and administrators are enforcing a stricter policy on making sure that identification badges are worn all day. “Enforcement comes through reminding our students the importance of wearing their IDs and the purpose of having it visible at all times,” Principal James Sunday said.

  • RambotX Competes in VEX Competition

    RambotX Competes in VEX Competition

    Andreas Casillas, Reporter

    September 21, 2016

    STEM is a project based course that focus on science, technology, engineering, and mathematics. STEM classes are found at other local schools, as well as all over the country. It is no different at Radford High School, where the number of students enrolling in the course grows every year. Radford'... READ MORE »»

    [From left to right] Dustin Garner (12) and Andre Johnson (12) compete alongside their partners from Sacred Hearts Academy against J’Drien Jones (10), Yared Falcon Reyes (11), and Alex Garcia (10) alongside their partners from Island Pacific Academy to win the match. With Radford having two teams, this was the only match where they both faced one another. “We came in with our hearts, we were building like there’s no tomorrow, we worked on this, day after day,” Reyes said. “[It involved] a lot of blood, sweat, and tears.”

  • Boys Track Place First in State Championships

    Boys Track Place First in State Championships

    Alexa Conrad, Editor

    May 20, 2016

    After months of practices, Radford’s track and field team claimed multiple titles at the May 7 event. Probably one of the biggest victories for track and field is the state title won by the boys varsity 4 x 400m relay team. Team members Thomas Reid (12), Solomon Loggins (12), Matteo Dumas (10), and Jo... READ MORE »»

    Soloman Loggins (12) seen running in the 4 by 4 boys team. The group took 1st place in the event, a massive victory for the track team.

  • Jones Named Outstanding Educator of the Year

    Jones Named Outstanding Educator of the Year

    April Mamaclay, Reporter

    May 20, 2016

    English teacher Andrew Jones is Radford’s Oceanic Time Warner Cable (OC16) Outstanding Educator of the year.     Jones is a 23-year veteran of education who spent the first part of his career teaching English in Taiwan before joining Radford, where he’s been for the past nine years. He currently t... READ MORE »»

    Jones is a 23-year teaching veteran who is Radford’s OC16 Outstanding Educator of the year. “I consider myself very fortunate to be recognized as an important part of the strong team of hardworking and dedicated educators who make Radford a great high school,” he said. (Photos by April Mamaclay)

  • Multicultural Day Brings Diversity to Center Stage

    Multicultural Day Brings Diversity to Center Stage

    April Mamaclay, Reporter

    May 20, 2016

    Faculty, students, and guests were treated to entertainment and food, during an extended lunch on April 29 to celebrate the school’s annual Multicultural Day.     Performances from the Samoan Club, Korean Club, and Hawaiian Club took place on the outdoor stage.     Multicultural Day was organiz... READ MORE »»

    Ladies take to the stage and dance the hula auana, or modern hula. Kayce Demello (11), who participated in the hula and Tahitian dances, said, “I felt like a lot of people enjoyed it. Hopefully, we can put it out to a big assembly again.” (Photos by CJ Caraang)

Myers Joins Social Studies Department

Trevor Land, Reporter

Janella Myers is a new face to Radford, joining the social studies department. She holds a bachelor’s degree in education from the University of Hawai’i and a master’s i...  Read More »

September 28, 2016

Pokemon Go Hits Campus

September 22, 2016

Almost everyone is familiar with the Pokémon name...  Read More »

MYAC Celebrates 20th Anniversary

May 20, 2016

On April 1, the Military Youth Advisory Council held ...  Read More »

The Rampage Picks Up Journalism Awards

May 20, 2016

Radford’s online and newspaper publication The R...  Read More »

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Myers Join Radford Faculty

Trevor Land, Reporter

Janella Myers is a new face to Radford, joining the social studies department. She holds a bachelor’s degree in education from the University of Hawai’i and a master’s i...  Read More »

September 28, 2016

Aguilar Joins English Department

September 21, 2016

Freshman and junior English teacher Brian Aguilar is a native of California. He has a bachelor’s degree in film and Te...  Read More »

Frank Ocean Releases New Album ‘Blond’

September 21, 2016

It has been four years since his last album, when pop artist Frank Ocean’s third album “Blond” finally made its de...  Read More »

No Man’s Sky

September 21, 2016

You’re stranded on an alien planet. Your ship is too damaged to fly, and your life support is failing fast. You don’t kn...  Read More »

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Suicide Squad: It Feels Good to be Bad

Suicide Squad: It Feels Good to be Bad

Alexa Conrad, Editor

Fans had different expectations as Suicide Squad inched closer to its movie release date. While some looked forward to Aug. 5, others were dreading the movie, for many re...  Read More »

Sep 21

The Walking Dead: Michonne Throws Fans for Loop

The Walking Dead: Michonne Throws Fans for Loop

Adaliah Collins, Editor

Telltale Games made its way into the hearts of many gamers in April 2012 with the release of “The Walking Dead” video game.    Although AMC network has a television series with the same name, th...  Read More »

May 20

‘Bare Necessity’ to Watch The Jungle Book

‘Bare Necessity’ to Watch The Jungle Book

Adaliah Collins, Editor

Rudyard Kipling’s famous children’s book, “The Jungle Book,” was brought to life again this spring in Disney’s remake of the story. The original film was animated ...  Read More »

May 20

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