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Some support, others marched: RB responds to Women’s March

Some support, others marched: RB responds to Women’s March

Vivian Marina Piña, Public Relations Editor
January 26, 2017
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The Women’s March on Washington took place on January 21, 2017, a day after Donald Trump’s inauguration as 45th President of the United States. People from around the country traveled to Washington D.C. to show their support for the march, including RBHS students. “I was able to march to...

AST starts conversation about cultural appropriation

AST starts conversation about cultural appropriation

Alex Burton, Staff Reporter
December 19, 2016
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On Friday December 3, Association of Student Tolerance met for their monthly meeting. The discussion was lead by Emmett Brundage, one of the four presidents of AST, in teacher John Beasley’s room. “AST is the Association of Students for Tolerance and it is based around the idea that people sho...

RB student an internet sensation

RB student an internet sensation

Christina Antonyuk, Staff Reporter
December 14, 2016
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Just this past weekend, one of Riverside Brookfield High School’s very own, senior Jalen Brooks, became an internet sensation. After his hilarious reactions to the live animals brought into his zoology class, one of his classmates, Jill Lojas, started filming him. As soon as these videos reached the...

Accept don’t except: Safe zone posters promote respect

Accept don’t except: Safe zone posters promote respect

Destiny Herrera, Staff Reporter
December 8, 2016
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Within the last few weeks, new safe zone posters have been displayed all around RBHS. Students and teachers can look around to see bright pink triangles surrounded by a green ring, but does anybody know what it really means? “The upside down pink triangle with the green circle around it is actually...

Students and administrators meet to discuss racial injustice

Students and administrators meet to discuss racial injustice

Nicolette O'Keefe and Elizabeth Johnston
December 2, 2016
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On Monday, November 28, students protesting racial and cultural discrimination sat down with Riverside Brookfield High School administrators and discussed possible solutions to resolving racial injustice within the school. A few weeks prior to the meeting, racist graffiti was found in one of the sc...

Pride and Positivity Assembly protests lead to discussion

Pride and Positivity Assembly protests lead to discussion

Kenna Howorth, Staff Reporter
November 30, 2016
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On Tuesday, November 22, RBHS held its first Pride and Positivity Day assembly. During the assembly, students who were upset by racist graffiti which was allegedly found in a student bathroom in the school staged a small protest by holding up signs and standing to show administration, staff, and stud...

Update: Brookfield construction comes to a close

Update: Brookfield construction comes to a close

Jillian Dahms, Staff Reporter
November 29, 2016
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Work on a major flood control system in Brookfield began Tuesday, September 27. This construction caused many problems for residents in Brookfield and the surrounding areas. The Village of Brookfield is happy to hear it has ended. On Wednesday, November 23, Washington Avenue opened up for transportation...

Science department welcomes new Anatomy and Physiology course

Science department welcomes new Anatomy and Physiology course

Joy Greco, Staff Reporter
November 24, 2016
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Anatomy and Physiology is a new science course offered to Riverside Brookfield students this coming year. “It will be available to juniors and seniors. For seniors, it is a fourth year science option that’s non- AP. We are also opening it up to juniors who could use it as an elective and double...

Pride and positivity sweeps through halls of RB

Pride and positivity sweeps through halls of RB

Lauren Lambros and Madison Heninger
November 22, 2016
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Thanksgiving is a time to appreciate all of the positive aspects of our lives and to accept all the challenges in our paths. To enhance all of these traditional Thanksgiving values, Riverside Brookfield High School will hold its first Pride and Positivity Assembly on Tuesday, November 22, at the e...

Melone commits to Union College

Melone commits to Union College

Madison Heninger, Staff Reporter
November 22, 2016
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Angelica Melone, a senior at RBHS, recently signed her commitment to Union College in Schenectady, New York.  She accepted a full scholarship to Union for Women’s Hockey.  Many different schools across the country offered scholarships and wanted Melone’s talent. “It was a hard decision t...

Main Gym unveiled, students and staff react

Main Gym unveiled, students and staff react

Sydney Sandrick, Staff Reporter
November 18, 2016
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This year at Riverside Brookfield High School the Main Gym floors were replaced. Construction began over the summer and has just recently opened to the school once again. Since there has been some conflicts about whether people liked or disliked the new gym renovations, Clarion went out and asked...

Packin’ the place for RBHS Special Olympics

Packin’ the place for RBHS Special Olympics

Jack Jurgens, Staff Reporter
November 15, 2016
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Get ready to ‘Pack the Place’ and cheer on the Riverside Brookfield Special Olympics basketball team on Wednesday, November 16th. Special Olympic activities give people who have intellectual disabilities the opportunity to participate in sporting events across 169 countries worldwide. The Sp...

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