• Students protest exclusive dance

    Students protest exclusive dance

    Taylor Tasler-Oatley and Tyler Arden

    November 12, 2015

    “Junior Assembly does not allow same sex couples to attend their annual cotillion dance,” the petition to Change JA declares. The traditional cotillion inspired dance has been under attack in recent weeks. This is not the first time students have spoken out against the exclusive event. For years... READ MORE »»

    Organizers of Change JA are holding a competing dance the same night, leaving students invited to both to choose whether to attend the prestigious JA event or make an appearance, in support of the LGBT community, at the alternative event.

    Madison Schuster

  • Students exchange languages, cultures, homes

    Students exchange languages, cultures, homes

    Sierra Little, Staff Reporter

    September 29, 2015

    Three students have made living with a new family on the other side of the world their new reality. Junior Matheus Olivera De Souza who goes by Matt, is from Brazil and is part of the Huskie football team. “Over the past years I’ve played goalie for two indoor soccer teams as well as handball,... READ MORE »»

    Juniors Matheus Olivera De Souza, Anna Frohner, and Josep Farre learn the culture and language of the school.

    Grace Lowden

  • Schooled in marriage

    Schooled in marriage

    Parker Kalin, Staff Reporter

    September 29, 2015

    After saying “I do”, these couples moved from walking down the aisle to walking down the hallways. Michael and Crystal Edwards refer to themselves as high school sweethearts, as they met while working at Reno High. Crystal teaches Honors English and Michael teaches science. The two agree that... READ MORE »»

    Michael and Crystal Edwards met and fell in love while teaching at Reno High .

    Parker Kalin

  • One of a kind building lacks credit

    One of a kind building lacks credit

    Bella Sloane, Staff Reporter

    September 29, 2015

    The first thing that someone lays eyes on upon entering the Alumni Center is a large green bell. Students who participated in a tour at the Alumni Center can recall a tour guide pulling the wheel to ring it, but the majority don’t recollect the history behind it. The same bell stood in the belltower... READ MORE »»

    The Link Piazzo Alumni Center is the only alumni center that is on the same grounds as the school.

    Courtney Lopez

  • Marching no more

    Marching no more

    Grace Lowden, Opinion Editor

    September 29, 2015

    Last year, football games included hazardous halftime shows. This year, band is staying on the bleachers and sticking to the school song. The band itself has not become any less prominent in the community and will still help huskies sing songs and chant cheers. “The only thing we are not going... READ MORE »»

    Members of the marching band play as part of the pep band at the home football game against Douglas. The band no longer performs as a marching band at half-time or after the games.

    Tyler Arden

News

Leaving no trace

Mia Masegian, Staff Reporter

To most people Saturday means sleeping in and no school, but to the Reno High Fly Fishing club Saturday means helping out the community. On Sept. 26, 12 members of the Fly Fishing club rolled up their sleeves and joined...  Read More »

October 2, 2015 • 0 comments

Students replace band with outside group

Bella Sloane, Staff Reporter

With the absence of a marching band at Reno High School, many students have looked to alternative organizations for their lost sport. Envision Performing Arts is one of these few options in Reno. Envision offers separate...  Read More »

October 2, 2015 • 0 comments

Leadership brings community into spirit weeks

Meghan Stettler, InDepth Editor

For the past five years, leadership is working to add an element of whole-heartedness and community involvement to student enthusiasm, using fun to teach giving back. “I think a lot of times there’s focus only on the...  Read More »

September 29, 2015 • 0 comments

1879 steps into new century

Courtney Lopez, Managing Editor

The student store is making its way in the technological world as it moves it way online and offering different merchandise than past years. The idea of putting the store online has been thought about for a while due to...  Read More »

September 29, 2015 • 0 comments

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