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FCC Signs Net Neutrality Into Law

Sean Webber ‘17 – While most students were eating lunch and working on their Chromebooks during fourth hour yesterday, the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) was making an important decision aimed at ensuring internet service providers are playing fair. Commonly referred to as “net neutrality,” the Open Internet Order reclassifies all wired and wireless internet service […]

What Color Is The Dress?

  What color is this dress? Uproar on social media last night had people questioning how this could be. Some see black and blue, others see white and gold. Respond in the poll on the right side of the homepage!  

Spring Sports Physicals

Please clink link below for information on spring sports physicals at Romeo High School on Wednesday, March 4th. Sports Physical Spring-binder

Taylor Mueller: Double Trouble

Alexandra Giordano ‘16 – Junior Taylor Mueller currently holds a lead role in Romeo High School’s spring musical, Grease. As well as being a basketball player, soccer player, student, sister, daughter, and friend, Mueller manages to balance all aspects of her life. “I’ve always wanted to be in a play and I’ve been watching Grease […]

Romeo Basketball Falls to Eisenhower

Kade Messner ‘17 – Going up against their MAC Red rival, the varsity basketball team competed against the Eisenhower Eagles on Tuesday night. It was senior night for the Eagles and they played well, defeating the Bulldogs 69-43. Leading the Bulldogs, Brad Sorenson ‘15 scored 17 points, and Paxton Pfeil ‘15 added 8 points of […]

10 Tips to Conquer the ACT

02 March 2015

Mikela Gorski 15’ – Nerves are stirring because the ACT is tomorrow! Junior year seems to have just begun, and now you’re already taking the ACT. Here are some helpful tips to aid you in your test taking.   Read each question carefully. Don’t cram. Studying at the last minute will only stress you out […]

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FCC Signs Net Neutrality Into Law

27 February 2015

Sean Webber ‘17 – While most students were eating lunch and working on their Chromebooks during fourth hour yesterday, the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) was making an important decision aimed at ensuring internet service providers are playing fair. Commonly referred to as “net neutrality,” the Open Internet Order reclassifies all wired and wireless internet service […]

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What Color Is The Dress?

27 February 2015

  What color is this dress? Uproar on social media last night had people questioning how this could be. Some see black and blue, others see white and gold. Respond in the poll on the right side of the homepage!  

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Spring Sports Physicals

25 February 2015

Please clink link below for information on spring sports physicals at Romeo High School on Wednesday, March 4th. Sports Physical Spring-binder

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Taylor Mueller: Double Trouble

25 February 2015

Alexandra Giordano ‘16 – Junior Taylor Mueller currently holds a lead role in Romeo High School’s spring musical, Grease. As well as being a basketball player, soccer player, student, sister, daughter, and friend, Mueller manages to balance all aspects of her life. “I’ve always wanted to be in a play and I’ve been watching Grease […]

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Romeo Basketball Falls to Eisenhower

25 February 2015

Kade Messner ‘17 – Going up against their MAC Red rival, the varsity basketball team competed against the Eisenhower Eagles on Tuesday night. It was senior night for the Eagles and they played well, defeating the Bulldogs 69-43. Leading the Bulldogs, Brad Sorenson ‘15 scored 17 points, and Paxton Pfeil ‘15 added 8 points of […]

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Hockey Recap: Livonia Franklin

25 February 2015

Nick Blankenburg ‘16 – Ending the regular season with a mercy, the varsity hockey team beat Livonia Franklin 9-1. The Bulldogs are ranked 5th in Division 2 according to Michigan HS Hockey Hub and ranked 12th in the State according to State Champs Sports Network. Goals being scored by juniors Blake Gabler, Nick Blankenburg, and […]

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Celebrating Valentine’s Day Without The Valentine?

12 February 2015

Cheyenne Kennard ‘15 – With Valentine’s Day only a few days away, many are turning their attention towards their relationship. Flowers will be bought, chocolate will be consumed, and time will be spent snuggled up with a loved one. That is, if you’re into that sort of thing. Although single people have complained for years […]

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Colin’s Corner: The Spongebob Movie 3D

12 February 2015

Colin Rosni ‘16 – The dreams of the millennial generation are dead. The realizations that Spongebob isn’t funny past the age of 10 have been realized. This realization went unnoticed until this weekend, when the new movie, Spongebob Movie: Sponge Out of Water was released. Some of the comedic intentions were there, but this movie […]

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Five Tips to Achieve Your Spring Break Body

12 February 2015

Taylor Mueller ‘16 – “New Year, New Me!” is a common mindset for the first week, maybe two weeks, of January. Turning your eating habits around and getting a good workout in everyday seems easy the first few days of trying it, but most of the time this idea tends to get masked by the […]

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