• Spanish Club

    Spanish Club

    Michael Fanta, Staff Reporter

    April 29, 2016

    RB, we have many clubs and activities for all kinds of different people to join.  One of those clubs is OLAS, which stands for an Organization for Latin American Students. As hinted at by the name, it is a club that Latino students can join to embrace... READ MORE »»

    OLAS playing at a soccer game. (Photo courtesy of Margarita Acevedo.)

  • Swinging into the softball season

    Swinging into the softball season

    Isabel Hughes, Staff Reporter

    April 28, 2016

    As softball swings into action, the RBHS girls varsity team aims to progress their 3-6 record, improve on their offense, and play better as a team. Throughout their three month season, the team plays roughly 30 games and practice two days a week. W... READ MORE »»

    RBHS Varsity Softball huddling up before their game against York High School.

    Toan Ngo

  • RB smashes into the badminton season

    RB smashes into the badminton season

    Lauren Lambros, Staff Reporter

    April 27, 2016

    Through drives and clears, the Riverside Brookfield High School girls' badminton team is smashing into the 2016 season. During the first six weeks of the season, the girls have given it their all and fight for every point. The team's main goal is to ... READ MORE »»

    RB badminton takes on Plainfield Central.

    Lanette Niemann

  • Chromebook policy gets personal

    Chromebook policy gets personal

    Galen Alaks, Web Editor

    April 26, 2016

    According to Technology Direct Mike Connors, Chromebooks are now set to only run on school email and to reject logging in with personal email addresses. This has been done so the school can manage Chromebooks more efficiently “The reason why we did... READ MORE »»

    The new Chromebook policy does not allow students to sign in with personal emails.

  • Water polo making a splash

    Water polo making a splash

    Gabrielle Tarrant and Vivian Marina Piña

    April 26, 2016

    RB's water polo teams are in the midst of their seasons.  With a new coaching staff, the team works hard and is determined to rack up victories. So far, boys’ JV has a 5-9 record with two ties, boys’ varsity is currently sporting a 2-21 record, the gir... READ MORE »»

Prom finally “unmasqued”

McKenna Powers

A 2016 RB Prom ticket.

Prom finally “unmasqued”

McKenna Powers, Editor in Chief

Prom once again is sneaking up on all of us! Prom will be held on Friday, April 29. This year prom will be held at the Hyatt Lodge in Oak Brook. The theme has been announced as a “Masquerade Ball.”     “As a group, all the officers came together and a lot of people requested it, so we...  Read More »

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Tile Tally: current/former RB students make app

Tile Tally: current/former RB students make app

Galen Alaks, Web Editor

The field of game design is ever expanding, and it has even reached the halls of RBHS. Junior Jakob Nordenstam and former German exchange student Johannes Gundlach programmed an app of their own, “Tile Tally,” which can be downloaded from the Google Play Store. “My friend and I, Johannes, both...  Read More »

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Revenge of the 80’s: Gaming

Revenge of the 80’s: Gaming

Dennis Ryan, Staff Reporter

The 80’s was rammed up the patootie with arcades and video games, even more than there are now. From arcade favorites like Turtles in Time, Pac-Man, and Galaga filling eve...  Read More »

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Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice Review and Retrospective

Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice Review and Retrospective

Michael Fanta, Staff Reporter

Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice is a film that has been hyped and extremely anticipated for many years.  First announced as a Batman/Superman movie at San Diego Comic...  Read More »

April 11, 2016 • 0 comments

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Going the distance

Going the distance

Gabrielle Tarrant, Staff Reporter

Track season has begun, and the girls track team is looking better and faster than ever. Girls track had their first meet Friday, March 18th .The team is hoping for an eve...  Read More »

April 12, 2016 • 0 comments

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