The Red & Blue

Megan Briggs fulfills her lifelong dream to teach

Marisa Sandoval, Editor April 19, 2021

Dreams of being an educator were always in the back of math teacher Megan Briggs' head. After spending her childhood in the Bay Area, Briggs moved to Reno in 2007 and graduated from Reno High School. ...

COVID-19 causes delays in athletics

Lindsey Pyron, Staff Reporter April 19, 2021

COVID-19 has caused many extracurricular activities to be delayed such as winter, fall and spring sports at schools in the Washoe County School District. Although all of these sports seasons were delayed,...

Leadership is having to alter and adjust their events

Taylor Moore December 12, 2020

The school year is often littered with plans and events, sports games and dances, and many other activities planned for students. But this year, events can’t happen the same way, similar to auckland...

Newly licensed drivers pose a possible threat on campus

Jenna Hale, Staff Reporter November 12, 2020

As students get their driver’s license the parking lot becomes more crowded and the chances of an accident occurring rise. Learning to coexist with pedestrians can be dangerous for some students.  School...

Former Reno High cheerleaders now have children of their own at the school.

Reno High family legacies lives on

Bliss Quilici Quain, Staff Reporter November 12, 2020

Reno High is known for being one of the oldest schools in Reno. Over time, many generations have graduated from RHS. It’s a school of history and traditions that have been carried on. Many Reno High...

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Many drama pages on Instagram and other social medias have been created that target students.

Drama pages create turmoil on social media

Ella Robnett, Staff Reporter November 12, 2020

Many students at Reno High have been contacted or featured on social media drama pages. Drama pages at school are typically Instagram or Snapchat accounts created by students. These pages aim to spread...

Corona-Diaries: A Week in a Newspaper Staff’s Life

Kochia Krum, Staff Reporter May 4, 2020

Friday April 17: Today I completed all my school work and I was excited that it was Friday! I watched the movie “Go Carts” on Netflix with my family which was really funny. I also made a chocolate...

Basketball a priority for Adia Walker, works on skills on and off the court

Kochia Krum, Staff Reporter May 4, 2020

Even with life on hold, basketball is still a priority for Freshmen Adia Walker. Walker has been playing basketball ever since she started in second grade just for fun.  “I just started and never...

Mirczak keeps busy at home

Madison Freeman, Staff Reporter May 4, 2020

Math Teacher April Mirczak is not only learning new ways of teaching, but also teaching her students the importance of socializing. Mirczak, on average, taught 185 students every day before quarantine,...

Teacher Matthew Ochs has continued to support his students by checking up on them using Zoom.

Ochs continues supporting students, keeping in touch

Gannyn Dunn, Junior Editor May 4, 2020

Through these difficult times that all students and staff are facing, teachers like Matthew Ochs take the extra step to make their students feel a little normal. With Zoom calls, Reminds and “Monday...

Oxborrow makes the best of quarantine

Liam Hayward, Junior Editor April 27, 2020

After news that the Washoe County school district is keeping schools closed for the rest of the year, many students are sad and disappointed. Seniors are missing out on a proper graduation ceremony, and...

Hulse continues soccer career virtually

Madison Freeman, Staff Reporter April 27, 2020

There is nothing, not even self-isolation, that  can stop freshman Carli Hulse from pursuing her passion of soccer. Hulse has had a connection with soccer since the age of five, and said ever since she...

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