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Zoology amazes students at RB

Zoology amazes students at RB

Kenna Howorth, Staff Reporter

On December 9th, Jaime McInerney, a herpetologist who works at airports, visited the zoology classes to present various species of animals, reptiles, and amphibians. These are profiles on the creatures that made Jalen Brooks react and become viral on the Internet with over 19 million views. Ki...  Read More »

Dec 14 • 1 Comment

Soundtrack of our school day

Soundtrack of our school day

Anthony Landahl and Alexis Gurschke

The music played in the Riverside Brookfield High School hallways is more than meets the eye...or ear. It is not just music played to entertain students in the hallway: It is a strategy for the administration to control classroom attendance. “Music was chosen to assist students in getting to class...  Read More »

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RBHS renovations update

Over the course of the summer, Riverside Brookfield High School not only went through some changes to the staff, but to the building itself. Starting o...  Read More »

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Is AP really as easy as one, two, three?

Is AP really as easy as one, two, three?

Joy Greco, Staff Reporter

AP classes are directed towards students who are ready to learn and have that drive to work hard as they learn new things about a subject. These higher level classes are intended for ...  Read More »

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Opinion: United but divided

Opinion: United but divided

Kenna Howorth, Staff Reporter

I have dual citizenship to the two most divided countries: the United Kingdom and the United States of America. In 2016, I have seen parallels in both governments and electio...  Read More »

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NCAA football playoff to begin New Year’s Eve

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December 31 not only marks the eve of 2017, but also is the beginning of the NCAA football playoff between the four best college football teams in the nation. The four teams t...  Read More »

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Seniors say goodbye

Seniors say goodbye

The end of every school year means it is time for reflection and pause.  Eleven dedicated Clarion reporters would like to take some time to think about what it all has...  Read More »

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