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A Week Without: Meat

A Week Without: Meat

Lexi Soto, Staff Reporter and Group Photographer
April 25, 2017
Filed under Opinion, Top Stories

Clarion introduced a series of articles where staff members spend a “week without” different things and reflect upon their experiences. This is the third installment.  Nuggets, nuggets, nuggets. That is all I could hear all day, every day. The voices in my head would not leave me alone. It had...

The Rubik’s Cube that is the 2016- 2017 Chicago Bulls

The Rubik’s Cube that is the 2016- 2017 Chicago Bulls

Anthony Landahl, Story Editor
April 20, 2017
Filed under Opinion, Sports, Top Stories

For some of us, Rubik’s Cubes are a challenge that takes a minute to solve and then you complete it. For most of us, it is the hardest puzzle to solve and when we complete just one face of the cube we decide that enough is enough and be done with it. Looking at the 2016-2017 Chicago Bulls, we c...

Field trips: A thing of the past?

Field trips: A thing of the past?

Jillian Dahms and Carlee Battistoni
March 10, 2017
Filed under Opinion, Top Stories

The world without field trips? More like the world without education. Field trips make learning fun and easy to comprehend. They also help students learn in an enjoyable and interactive way, but here at Riverside Brookfield High School, we are wondering: what ever happened to field trips? Some of the ...

RB welcome to transgender population

RB welcome to transgender population

Logan Montero, Staff Reporter
March 3, 2017
Filed under Opinion, Top Stories

In 2017, RBHS has become a progressive and tolerant environment for all of its students, especially those in the LGBTQIA+ community. Some who come out as transgender end up being treated differently after they come out. When they were asked if they are public about their identity choices, I received a ...

The evolution of shoes

The evolution of shoes

Armando Marmolejo, Staff Reporter
February 27, 2017
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...

Academy Award predictions: And the Oscar goes to…

Academy Award predictions: And the Oscar goes to…

Isabel Hughes, Story/Layout Editor
February 24, 2017
Filed under Entertainment, Opinion, Top Stories

It seems to be just another regular year at the Oscars. Meryl Streep is up for yet another Academy Award and there appears to be one feature film which has a good chance to sweep at the awards. This year, just like every other year, there were films which which made the viewer reflect upon their ...

New voices rising under President Trump

New voices rising under President Trump

Galen Alaks, Gabby Gilhooley, and Madison Heninger
February 15, 2017
Filed under Opinion, Top Stories

This article was recently featured in the February 14, 2017 issue of the Clarion. In this day and age, news is easier to come by than ever before. With Twitter and other forms of social media becoming more and more popular, news gets out at an alarming yet convenient rate. In this way, many peopl...

Farewell, Obama

Farewell, Obama

Rahim Kouferidji, Staff Reporter
February 13, 2017
Filed under Opinion, Top Stories

On January 10, 2017, President Barack Obama delivered his farewell speech, cementing him as one of the greatest presidents to have led this country.   Even though we now have a new president, let’s not forget the things Obama has achieved for America. Political changes Okay, the first thin...

Opinion: United but divided

Opinion: United but divided

Kenna Howorth, Staff Reporter
December 2, 2016
Filed under Opinion

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 elections that cannot be dismissed. ‘Brexit’ is a shorthand term to describe the United Kingdom leaving the European Union (EU). A...

Thankful for Thanksgiving

Thankful for Thanksgiving

Kellie Halvey, Staff Reporter
November 21, 2016
Filed under Features, Opinion

Thanksgiving is a holiday filled with family, festivity, and of course food. Everyone has their favorite dishes, and different things they remember when thinking about Thanksgiving. Thanksgiving is a personal favorite holiday of mine, for two reasons; family, and food. Turkey is generally accepted as the star of ...

Parking lot problems

Parking lot problems

Cathy Yuen, Staff Reporter
November 14, 2016
Filed under Features, Opinion, Top Stories

Many students are having negative experiences with the restricted regulations of the parking lot at Rockfeller. Ever since Riverside Brookfield lost control of it during the past few months, many students face challenges that cause them to change their routines. Johanna Bilek, a senior at Riverside Brookfi...

Election Day: RBHS students predict presidential race

Election Day: RBHS students predict presidential race

Jillian Dahms and Keeley Scalise
November 8, 2016
Filed under Opinion, Top Stories

Today, November 8, 2016, is the day that determines our country’s future. Every voter is helping to decide what will happen with the United States in the upcoming years. Many people are still unsure about their choice for president. Clarion decided to ask students who attend Riverside Brookf...

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