• RB Boutique offers affordable fashion

    RB Boutique offers affordable fashion

    Chris Olszewski, Opinion Editor

    March 27, 2015

    The PTO hosted its first ever RB Boutique before Prom on March 21.  The event offered potential Prom-goers a chance to purchase gently used dresses, shoes, and accessories, all for under $20 each.  If you were not able to attend the event, please enjoy... READ MORE »»

    Students browse Prom dresses at the RB Boutique at Hollywood House on March 21, 2015. (McKenna Powers)

    McKenna Powers

  • Now you SEE it, now you don’t

    Now you SEE it, now you don’t

    Galen Alaks, Layout Editor

    March 24, 2015

    During a February school board meeting, Principal Kristin Smetana announced that SEE Team, RB's School of Environmental Education, will not run in 2015-16 due to low enrollment. SEE Team has been running for eight years, with one year in between those... READ MORE »»

    Biology teacher Jame Holt works with students in the early years of SEE team doing water quality testing. Visit Clarion's interactive timeline to see other memories of the team.

    Courtesy of SEE Team

  • Money matters: Where is the grant money going?

    Money matters: Where is the grant money going?

    Molly Cunningham , Staff Reporter

    March 20, 2015

    March is a complicated time in the life of Superintendent Kevin Skinkis, simultaneously trying to bring a multimillion dollar stadium renovation back under budget  and working to preserve as many educational opportunities for students as possible. A... READ MORE »»

    Demolition equipment takes down historic Shuey Stadium as part of a multimillion dollar life safety renovation.

    Nick Cundari

  • Spring has sprung

    Spring has sprung

    Nick Kaczmarek , Staff Reporter

    March 20, 2015

    Having a hard time figuring out what you want to do now that Spring is beginning?  Clarion is here to help you get started with places to go for flowers, gardening for your parents, and fun activities for kids.  Check out the local arcades, the re-opening... READ MORE »»

    Snow is melting and most of us are itching to get outside. Clarion's Spring map helps you meet the season.

    Map by Nick Kaczmarek

  • Day of Service accepting sign ups, waivers

    Day of Service accepting sign ups, waivers

    Nick Cundari, News Editor

    March 19, 2015

    Its almost that time of year again; the weather is kind of getting warmer, birds want to start chirping, and RB’s Day of Service is back. The day of service took a brief hiatus a few years back, but was able to return thanks to strong efforts by... READ MORE »»

    Day of Service students participate in a controlled prairie burn in 2014. Event organizers hope to build off of last year's success.

    File photo (William Voorhees)

Every Student Has A Story: Family over everything

Courtesy of Frankie Filec

Filec and his family enjoy their vacation on the beaches of Hawaii.

Every Student Has A Story: Family over everything

Caitie Rusen, Staff Reporter

Some teenagers think hanging out with their own family isn't cool and that, if seen by a fellow classmate in public, it will be the end of their social life. Without a doubt, parents can be the cause of social embarrassment, but sophomore Frankie Filec does not agree with this thought. “Family...  Read More »

March 17, 2015 • 0 comments

Trying to stay flexible

Courtesy of Jack Hayes

The students in the Hospitality Industry class take a break from preparing hors d'oeuvres for the Red Carpet Event for "Bye, Bye Birdie" to pose for a photo. From left to right: Juniors Ellie Richards and Amir Alvarado and Senior Julia Waterloo and Peter Fudacz.

Trying to stay flexible

Molly Cunningham , Staff Reporter

Due to policies that RB classes must have 20 students enrolled to run the course without requiring a board waiver,  Applied and Fine Arts Instructional Coach Patti Farlee and Applied Arts teacher Patty Sarkady knew they had to make some changes to their department curriculum. “First of all, there...  Read More »

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Spring Break is fast approaching, but there is still news in the air!  RBTV's Colin Hughes and Clarion's Molly Cunningham team up to bring you all the...  Read More »

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Fashionable coats to protect ya little buns from the cold

Fashionable coats to protect ya little buns from the cold

Zach Hundrieser, Lifestyle's Editor

Winter is coming, and when I say winter is coming, I’m actually saying it already came. It came hard. It’s no secret that the general public have gone to drastic measures...  Read More »

March 11, 2015 • 0 comments

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Lessons in tolerance and education from AACA

Lessons in tolerance and education from AACA

Niko Radicanin, Features Editor

A month ago, I wrote an opinion article about how I felt RB had dealt, or not dealt,...  Read More »

February 27, 2015 • 0 comments

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Dream season comes to an end

Dream season comes to an end

Steven Baer, Editor-in-Chief

On Tuesday, March 17, RB went into the biggest game in its history looking to upset the heavily favored Stevenson Patriots. Led by senior Jalen Brunson, Stevenson was considered...  Read More »

March 19, 2015 • 0 comments

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