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Romeo Volleyball Moves on to State Semifinals

Brendan Banach ‘16 – Romeo continues their state playoff dreams coming off a 3-1 victory over a very good Farmington Hills Mercy volleyball team. It was a long, sloppy game played by both teams. Mercy dug out just about everything Romeo threw at them, forcing a tough game for the Bulldogs. Romeo came out extremely […]

Romeo Hockey Warms Up

Nick Blankenburg ’16 – The 2014-2015 high school hockey season is right around the corner. After having a record setting season last year with a 21-5-2 record, the Bulldogs are looking to improve this year as they move up to the Mac Red. The Bulldogs first game and home opener is this Saturday, November 22nd […]

Fame Production Update

Mackenzie Sprecher ‘16 – Opening night encroaches on the cast of Romeo Theatre Company’s fall production of Fame. Friday and Saturday lock-ins (6+ hours of nonstop rehearsing with a half an hour to and hour lunch/dinner break) helped the cast and crew gather their bearings for the stress and excitement of the coming week. The […]

Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare Build Up and Break Down

Riley Murdock ‘15 – Ever since the release of Modern Warfare in 2007, gaming publisher Activision’s Call of Duty (COD) series has been a sales juggernaut in the video game industry. Setting sales records with seemingly every new entry, the franchise has become a must-have title nearly every year. The Hype Dedicated fans of the […]

Too Close to Home: Part 2

Cheyenne Kennard ‘15 – Everyone is afraid of something, whether its heights, the dark, or many-legged creatures. Some of these fears are irrational–strong emotions that serve only to prevent the frightened person from doing something. An unfortunate reality for many is the fear of sexual assault. Often times, students take on the attitude, “it won’t […]

Romeo Volleyball Moves on to State Semifinals

20 November 2014

Brendan Banach ‘16 – Romeo continues their state playoff dreams coming off a 3-1 victory over a very good Farmington Hills Mercy volleyball team. It was a long, sloppy game played by both teams. Mercy dug out just about everything Romeo threw at them, forcing a tough game for the Bulldogs. Romeo came out extremely […]

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Romeo Hockey Warms Up

19 November 2014

Nick Blankenburg ’16 – The 2014-2015 high school hockey season is right around the corner. After having a record setting season last year with a 21-5-2 record, the Bulldogs are looking to improve this year as they move up to the Mac Red. The Bulldogs first game and home opener is this Saturday, November 22nd […]

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Romeo Knocks of Mercy in State Quarterfinals

19 November 2014

Paul Hurley ’16 – Romeo continues their state playoff dreams coming off a 3-1 victory over a very good Farmington Hills Mercy volleyball team. It was a long, sloppy game played by both teams. Mercy dug out just about everything Romeo threw at them, forcing a tough game for the Bulldogs. Romeo came out extremely […]

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Fame Production Update

17 November 2014

Mackenzie Sprecher ‘16 – Opening night encroaches on the cast of Romeo Theatre Company’s fall production of Fame. Friday and Saturday lock-ins (6+ hours of nonstop rehearsing with a half an hour to and hour lunch/dinner break) helped the cast and crew gather their bearings for the stress and excitement of the coming week. The […]

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Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare Build Up and Break Down

14 November 2014

Riley Murdock ‘15 – Ever since the release of Modern Warfare in 2007, gaming publisher Activision’s Call of Duty (COD) series has been a sales juggernaut in the video game industry. Setting sales records with seemingly every new entry, the franchise has become a must-have title nearly every year. The Hype Dedicated fans of the […]

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Too Close to Home: Part 2

14 November 2014

Cheyenne Kennard ‘15 – Everyone is afraid of something, whether its heights, the dark, or many-legged creatures. Some of these fears are irrational–strong emotions that serve only to prevent the frightened person from doing something. An unfortunate reality for many is the fear of sexual assault. Often times, students take on the attitude, “it won’t […]

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Musicals: A Feat That’s Double the Work

14 November 2014

Megan Vandeberghe – ‘16 A hushed silence sweeps the ocean of people anticipating only the best of the best. The lights calm their glow until they go out completely, and the orchestra chimes in on a chord setting the tone, and overflowing the atmosphere. A distinctive aura is radiated throughout an auditorium filled with high […]

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Gia Milana: MAC Red MVP

14 November 2014

Brendan Banach ‘16 – Romeo Varsity Volleyball has rolled all year, largely in part of MAC Red MVP Gia Milana ‘16. Romeo dominated all season, winning the MAC Red on a 10-0 sweep, finishing the season 39-8-1. Milana was very humble when asked about receiving the MAC Red MVP award. “It feels good to have […]

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American Horror Story

14 November 2014

Max Lucci 16’ – Quakes, goosebumps, cold sweats and nightmares add to a list of side effects produced by American Horror Story. But does this season live up to the other three? American Horror Story is a modern horror show spanning over four seasons completely changing plots with each season. AHS takes viewers on a […]

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Running With A Purpose

14 November 2014

Nick Blankenburg ‘16 – Only thirty cross country girl runners go All State. Emma Wilson finished 10th out of 244 girls who qualified. After a disappointing season last year, Wilson was determined to prove to herself – and to others – that she could to better. That all started with getting more sleep, eating healthier, […]

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