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Skating on the edge of glory

Skating on the edge of glory

March 17, 2016


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Unity is a key word in synchronized ice skating. Although similar to figure skating as far as judging and rules go, there can be as many as 20 skaters completing different footwork and choreography in unison. On the Chicago Jazz junior team, there are 18 skaters, three of which go to RMHS: seniors Haile...

Mustang Pals fosters new friendships

Sammi Milligan, Staff Writer

March 17, 2016


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Whether a person has a learning disability or not, everyone is treated with respect in Mustang Pals. Mustang Pals allows students to develop friendships outside of the regular day. “Mustang Pals is a student-led social group where the students plan and participate in different social events/out...

“Beneath the Surface” driven by profound emotions

“Beneath the Surface” driven by profound emotions

Maddie Grant, Features Editor

February 25, 2016


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As their show season draws to an end, Orchesis is preparing for the highlight of their year: the annual show next month. Aptly titled “Beneath the Surface,” this year’s show evokes deeper meanings and messages than previous years. “This year is so different because we dug really, really deep,”...

Graphic Arts’ products in high demand

Graphic Arts’ products in high demand

Sam Svoboda, Entertainment Editor

February 11, 2016


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What do the League of Legends club and a skateboarding group have in common? Turns out, they both want their very own T-shirts. RMHS offers numerous different clubs and activities, and Graphic Arts classes are receiving an overwhelming amount of requests from groups who want logos, vinyl stickers and...

Fashion forward

Brendan O'Brien, Editor-in-Chief

January 7, 2016


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Many people dream of opening their own business one day, but few understand all that it entails. The years of hard work, struggles and being turned down are often overshadowed by the end result. 1977 Rolling Meadows High School alumnus Kimberly Inskeep not only created her own business, but today is...

DECA students score highly at conference

DECA students score highly at conference

Natalie D'Souza, Opinions Editor

December 16, 2015


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The following DECA students received awards at the North Suburban Area Conference on Nov. 30. Senior Mark Bertolami - Third place on Role Play 1 in Food Marketing Senior Kiril Monev and junior Steven Georgiev - Second place overall in Hospitality Services Team Event Seniors Jessica Perez and Eri...

Mustangs march to “Revolution and Triumph”

Mustangs march to “Revolution and Triumph”

Maddie Grant, Features Editor

November 13, 2015


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Many students enjoy going to the home football games and watching The Marching Mustangs’ halftime performance, but not as many have witnessed the success The Marching Mustangs achieve at competitions. This year was another highly successful competition season for The Marching Mustangs, who often...

NJROTC Captain recognized for leadership skills

Katie Kiaupa, News Editor

November 11, 2015


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Early this school year, junior Marc Roth-Garcia received the second highest award in the Navy Junior Reserve Officer Training Corp. (NJROTC), the Cadet Achievement Award. The award is given to members who have outstanding achievement or performance in military aptitude and dedication to the program. Roth-Garc...

Drop it like it’s Hypno

Drop it like it’s Hypno

Natalie D'Souza, Opinions Editor

November 11, 2015


Filed under Features, Front page

The Rolling Meadows High School Hypno club is using this year to expand its horizon to new styles of dance while also incorporating new members. Hypno’s major performances include the Homecoming assembly, V-Show and the grand showcase at the end of the year. This extracurricular activity enables student...

Happily ever after

Happily ever after

Maddie Grant, Features Editor

November 11, 2015


Filed under Features, Front page

Homecoming week: The one week out of the entire school year when students wear both ‘80s workout attire and togas. Homecoming brings the school to life with school spirit. “I love seeing all of the students participating in the various activities - from dress-up days to coming out to the pep rally,”...

Once Upon A Time

Sammi Milligan, Staff Writer

November 11, 2015


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Throughout the years, some homecoming traditions are left behind, while others stay close to students’ hearts. Originally, the main goal of homecoming for colleges and high schools was to unite alumni and to create a stronger sense of school pride within the existing student body. Today, Homecoming is a...

Triggering success

Natalie D'Souza, Staff Writer

April 27, 2015


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For most people, when they think of the word gun they instantly envision danger; however, for freshman Luke Carson, pistols and shooting are a passion, a passion that has taken Carson from competing at State for Junior Men’s Air Pistol all the way to Nationals. This considerable talent could take h...

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