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Crisis drills to be held unannounced

Crisis drills to be held unannounced

Lauren Grimaldi, News Editor
September 8, 2013
Filed under Multimedia, News, Top Stories

School safety is always a concern that needs to be managed and Assistant Principal John Passarella is helping change how crisis drills are handled this year. In the past, teachers were informed of a date and time that drills would take place.  Now, they will be unannounced and will occur at less opportune...

Cross country runs 24-hour challenge

Cross country runs 24-hour challenge

Rebecca Rusiecki, Editor in Chief
September 7, 2013
Filed under Fall Sports, Multimedia, Sports, Top Stories

As the girls and boys cross country teams made their way to the track after school on Friday, August 30th, they knew they would be in for a long run. At 4PM, the first runners began to run. Their goal: run for the next 24 hours. In order to combat the $200 pay to participate fee, and to raise mone...

Orientation welcomes the Class of 2017

Orientation welcomes the Class of 2017

Hannah Pecis, Media Editor
September 3, 2013
Filed under Multimedia, Top Stories

Were you up early enough to see the Class of 2017 enter RB's doors officially for the first time?  Were you one of the ones clapping?  Performing in the skits and orientation talks?  Did you miss all of the hubbub?  Clarion was there to let you see some of the action.  Welcome back, RB.

Clarion, do the Harlem Shake!

Clarion, do the Harlem Shake!

Lauren Kreiss, Staff Reporter
April 12, 2013
Filed under Entertainment, Multimedia, Reviews, Top Stories

YouTube is being taken over with meme dancing videos worldwide. These videos are best known as being called the Harlem Shake. These videos consist of the same general idea. It starts off with a solo person dancing to the song, “Harlem Shake” by Baauer, while people in the background are doing general...

SEE Team students return to the End Zone Garden

SEE Team students return to the End Zone Garden

Alexia Kingzette, Staff Reporter
April 10, 2013
Filed under Multimedia

As part of their three-trip environmental service rotation, SEE Team students return to the End Zone Garden to help prep the area for Spring planting.  This year, as an exercise in their Math class, students also planned the garden planting by researching seed prices, growing seasons, and other factors.

Robby Sings the Hallway Classics: Radioactive

Robby Sings the Hallway Classics:  Radioactive

Robby Filec, Staff Reporter
April 5, 2013
Filed under Interactive Media, Multimedia, Robby Sings the Hallway Classics

Have you been pining away for the musical return of Robby Sings the Hallways Classics?  Were you swaying and waving your lighter while Imagine Dragon's "Radioactive" was playing in the halls?  This video is for you!

How Daniele’s dreams changed me too

How Daniele’s dreams changed me too

Charlie Connelly, Staff Reporter
March 22, 2013
Filed under Columns, Multimedia, Opinion, Slideshow, Top Stories

Following months of preparation and anticipation, Tuesday March 19 marked the date for the "Dreams for Daniele" fundraiser.  The assembly was held to support local kindergartener Daniele Santucci, who was born with cerebral palsy and who, shortly after her sixth birthday, was diagnosed with liver cancer. ...

In Texas or back home, RB choirs shine (updated)

Nick Cundari, Staff Reporter
March 15, 2013
Filed under Entertainment, Fine Arts, Multimedia, Top Stories

A break from the frozen tundra that is Chicago never hurt anyone, especially not the RB choirs. Over President’s Day weekend, members from all of the school’s choirs took a trip to San Antonio, Texas. Leaving early Friday morning and returning late Monday night, the group stayed busy for almost four...

Seussical’s children’s themes still inspire older audiences

Seussical: The Musical

With the whimsical rhymes of Dr. Seuss and some timeless, uplifting messages, this year's Spring Musical was a real treat.

Our Rating: 10 out of 10

Christine Vassos, Staff Reporter
March 14, 2013
Filed under Entertainment, Featured A&E, Fine Arts, Multimedia, Reviews, Slideshow, Top Stories

Presenting Seussical:  The Musical, the Spring Musical was back  after last year’s absence due to budget cuts.  The current plan is that RB will host a musical every other year now.  The Fine Arts Department, led by Chair Diane Marelli, presented the show at 7:30 p.m. March 8 and 9 and at 2:00 ...

SEE Team hosts environmental career panel discussion

Staff
March 14, 2013
Filed under Multimedia

Eleven adults working in environmentally-related careers joined SEE team students for an afternoon to discuss their jobs as well as a whole host of environmental issues.  Participants introduced themselves to the class and then students were given a chance to ask a wide range of their own questions...

Herpetologist talks animals with Zoology class

Staff
March 13, 2013
Filed under Multimedia

This Fall, RBHS Zoology students got to walk with the animals and talk with the animals.  In what has become an annual event, a local animal expert joined the class to help them meet some local wildlife and get their questions answered.  Clarion was there to take in the sights.

AP Art students discussion their inspiration

AP Art students discussion their inspiration

Candice Shelbrack, Media Editor
March 6, 2013
Filed under Entertainment, Featured A&E, Fine Arts, Multimedia

AP Art students displayed their work at the 2013 AP Art Show, hosted March 1 at the Riverside Art Center.  Clarion Media Editor Candice Shelbrack was there to grab footage of the artists' works and hear directly from them about their inspiration.  Didn't get to attend the event yourself?  Watch our...

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