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Deleted, but dangerous

Deleted, but dangerous

Destiny Herrera, Keeley Scalise, Christina Antonyuk, Kayla Winston, Panipak Bumrungkwaen, and Emilia Gonzalez
March 22
Filed under Features, Top Stories

In light of RB's annual Digital Citizenship Day, it is important to know how to be safe online. Social media seems to be our future. Today, schools and jobs have the ability to use what someone has posted when considering accepting someone. Anything someone posts on the internet can follow them foreve...

Brookfield’s Battle of the Bands

Brookfield’s Battle of the Bands

Thomas Kraus, Staff Reporter
March 17
Filed under Features, Top Stories

On May 21, the Battle of the Bands competition will be held in Kiwanis Park in Brookfield. This is the 12th year the event will occur. The Battle of the Bands is an event where bands can sign up to perform and compete with other bands and it is open to the public to watch and listen. A Sound Educa...

A Week Without: Junk Food

A Week Without: Junk Food

Mary Kober, Staff Reporter
March 8
Filed under Entertainment, Features, lifestyle, Lifestyles, Top Stories

I went a week without eating junk food, meaning I could not eat foods with high fat or high calories such as cookies, pies, chips, cakes, etc. After being so used to eating junk food at school, home, and with friends, it was very hard to abruptly stop eating it. However, it was a very good thing for my...

Ecology club: Workday at Waubansee Woods

Ecology club: Workday at Waubansee Woods

Alex Welsh, Staff Reporter
March 4
Filed under Features

The students give back to their environment by attending workshop days along with other beneficial activities they are involved in. The Ecology Club hosted a workday on January 29 at Waubansee Woods south of Riverside Brookfield High School. The workday allows the people involved with the Ecology Club ...

Step 1, step 2, step 3… step with RDE

Step 1, step 2, step 3… step with RDE

Sadiel Sanchez, Staff Reporter
March 3
Filed under Entertainment, Features, Top Stories, Uncategorized

The Repertory Dance Ensemble (RDE) is a dance class at RB that offers students a chance to be a part of a more advanced dance group. The girls involved in the group learn many unique styles of dance, which they have a chance to showcase in performances inside and outside RB. The sponsor of the...

RBHS Boutique

RBHS Boutique

Olivia Rogoz and Haley Skiera
March 1
Filed under Features, Top Stories

RB Boutique is back! RB Boutique is a pop-up boutique with hundreds of gently used dresses in lots of styles and in every size. It is open to everyone! On Saturday, March 4th, from 11 in the morning to 2 in the afternoon and it will take place in the commons area at RB.   RB Boutique has hund...

A Week Without: Social Media

A Week Without: Social Media

Joy Greco, Staff Reporter
February 28
Filed under Entertainment, Features, Lifestyles, Top Stories

Clarion is introducing a new series of articles where staff members spend a "week without" different things and reflect upon their experiences. This is the first installment.  I decided to go a week without checking any of my social media networks. No Snapchat, no Instagram, no Twitter, no Faceb...

Life of a Sneakerhead

Life of a Sneakerhead

Kenton Baer, Staff Reporter
February 27
Filed under Features, lifestyle

A sneakerhead is someone who buys, sells, trades, and loves sneakers. Commonly, sneakerheads tend to own abundant amounts of sneakers. Freshman at Riverside Brookfield high school, Isaac Bruno, has been collecting sneakers for about a year and a half now. Bruno is a fourteen-year-old sneakerhead, he...

The evolution of shoes

The evolution of shoes

Armando Marmolejo, Staff Reporter
February 27
Filed under Features, Opinion

The evolution's of shoes have changed over time. There are many varieties and all different kinds of styles that have been released since the first Jordan sneaker came out in 1985. Sophomore Cesar Padilla and Sophomore Sylvia Garza expressed strong opinions on their shoes. Their first memorable pai...

Boys Water Polo is Looking Up

Boys Water Polo is Looking Up

Jacob Spinello, Staff Reporter
February 26
Filed under Features, Sports

“Crunch”, “Kersplat”,  “Boom”. Those are just some of the sounds you may hear at the average boys water polo game. The games can get pretty physical, but the boys train for these physical games by doing drills, one of which Junior Charlie Robling calls "seven minutes in Kevin” where they ...

Chess team is no pawn

Chess team is no pawn

Kassie Ramirez, Staff Reporter
February 23
Filed under Features, Top Stories

The RBHS Chess team competed in the IHSA sports and activities Chess competition for the state of Illinois, they placed 86, which is a great accomplishment considering the fact that they were originally seeded to place 106. The RBHS Chess team has competed in IHSA state for the past 11 years. This...

Pets of RBHS

Pets of RBHS

Haley Skiera, Staff reporter
February 22
Filed under Features, Top Stories

RB students shared memories and stories about their furry friends. They shared basic information like what kind of breed their pal is, how old they are and how they got their pup. Students shared their favorite memory with their dog and their favorite thing to do together. ...

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