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Athletic Bond Set To Be On Ballot November 4th

Kade Messner 17′ – On November 4th, a bond is trying to be passed to upgrade all of Romeo’s sports facilities. Not only will it give the football players a brand new stadium with turf, but it will also upgrade the track, tennis courts, soccer field, baseball diamonds, softball diamonds, bathrooms, and concessions. It is […]

Romeo Ends the Streak

Paul Hurley ’16 – Romeo’s three year losing streak to their biggest rival, Eisenhower, is over. The Bulldogs topped the Eagles 24-8, in exciting fashion. Wasting no time, Romeo came out strong, driving 78 yards in 9 minutes. They completed three 3rd down conversions on the drive, eventually resulting in a 5 yard touchdown pass […]

Ebola Spreads To U.S., Our Consciences

Riley Murdock ‘15 – As cases of the deadly virus Ebola have continued to spread throughout Africa, the rest of the world stands watching. As fear of the unknown continues, citizens now prepare for a major pandemic. Although most developed countries have efficient measures in place to prevent the spread of volatile diseases, panic spreads […]

What to Expect When You Sext: Revised

Riley Murdock ‘15 – Last year, RNews published an opinion piece by former staff writer Megan Ross ‘15, on the topic of sexting. RNews is republishing the article, in light of recent events at Van Hoosen Middle School, Rochester Adams High School, and Romeo High School. The legal consequences of sexting in Michigan, according to […]

Are Chromebooks strictly Educational?

Alayna Demetrakeas ’16 – In 2013, Romeo High School students were each given a Chromebook. When the Chromebooks were given out, they were intended to be used for the benefit of the classroom. The power students were given with these laptops are starting to be abused, because countless games and social media apps such as […]

Teachers Children and Their Costumes

30 October 2014

Azja Stroud ‘16 – Halloween festivities always showcase the wonders of childhood and the little munchkins of Romeo High are no exception. Teachers help their little ones pick out costumes for the fun filled, “spooktacular” night and for some, it’ll be their first candy hunt! Mr. and Mrs. Lamb This Halloween the Lamb children are […]

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Athletic Bond Set To Be On Ballot November 4th

30 October 2014

Kade Messner 17′ – On November 4th, a bond is trying to be passed to upgrade all of Romeo’s sports facilities. Not only will it give the football players a brand new stadium with turf, but it will also upgrade the track, tennis courts, soccer field, baseball diamonds, softball diamonds, bathrooms, and concessions. It is […]

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Romeo Ends the Streak

28 October 2014

Paul Hurley ’16 – Romeo’s three year losing streak to their biggest rival, Eisenhower, is over. The Bulldogs topped the Eagles 24-8, in exciting fashion. Wasting no time, Romeo came out strong, driving 78 yards in 9 minutes. They completed three 3rd down conversions on the drive, eventually resulting in a 5 yard touchdown pass […]

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Class Pride & Friendly Competition

23 October 2014

Megan Vandeberghe ‘16 – As homecoming approaches, students ready themselves with a fun-filled week of spirit and a hint of friendly competition. Tension creeps in as classes dress with colors and costumes designed to win as many spirit points as possible. “On class color day, I’m wearing yellow pants, leg warmers, and a yellow shirt,” […]

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Ebola Spreads To U.S., Our Consciences

23 October 2014

Riley Murdock ‘15 – As cases of the deadly virus Ebola have continued to spread throughout Africa, the rest of the world stands watching. As fear of the unknown continues, citizens now prepare for a major pandemic. Although most developed countries have efficient measures in place to prevent the spread of volatile diseases, panic spreads […]

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What to Expect When You Sext: Revised

17 October 2014

Riley Murdock ‘15 – Last year, RNews published an opinion piece by former staff writer Megan Ross ‘15, on the topic of sexting. RNews is republishing the article, in light of recent events at Van Hoosen Middle School, Rochester Adams High School, and Romeo High School. The legal consequences of sexting in Michigan, according to […]

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Colin’s Corner: The Skeleton Twins

17 October 2014

Colin Rosni ‘16 – Former Saturday Night Live stars Kristen Wiig and Bill Hader ensure their excellence as they star in Craig Johnson’s The Skeleton Twins. Milo (Hadar) and Maggie (Wiig) are siblings who have drifted apart from a traumatic childhood and into an unhappy adulthood. Ten years without communication has left them living very […]

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Are Chromebooks strictly Educational?

16 October 2014

Alayna Demetrakeas ’16 – In 2013, Romeo High School students were each given a Chromebook. When the Chromebooks were given out, they were intended to be used for the benefit of the classroom. The power students were given with these laptops are starting to be abused, because countless games and social media apps such as […]

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Bright Colors Fade out of Homecoming Fashion

16 October 2014

Azja Stroud ‘16 – This October is full of complete anticipation for the big day to finally arrive; Homecoming. The chilly month isn’t just full of cider mill dates and Tilson street walks, but rather, finding the perfect dress and matching date. Homecoming quickly approaches for Romeo High, and with our neighboring schools already experiencing […]

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Video Production: Club to Class

16 October 2014

Spencer Havern ‘15 – In 2010, the local television station WBRW came to Romeo High School with an idea to make a video production club. Now, the Video Production Club (VPC) asks participants to make videos under their own criteria. Stephanie Harbison, a Romeo teacher, decided to join the club. “Originally I was a member […]

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