The Red & Blue

Hunsberger uses past experiences to help him succeed for future at Vanderbilt

Josie Ruyak, Opinion Editor

April 17, 2020

Senior Nate Hunsberger has completed and accomplished a lot within his four years at Reno High School. He took many advanced classes to the point where his senior year has included courses from the University of Nevada such as Calculus 3 and General Chemistry due to him exceeding those subjects offere...

Boyden hones in skills during quarantine

Boyden poses with a piece of furniture that he made himself. He has created new pieces during quarantine.

Clark Mack, Staff Reporter

April 17, 2020

Cole Boyden has been in the student council for three years and leadership the past year and is next year’s student body president. “I am beyond honored to serve as the student body president and serve the school to the best of my ability for the school I love,” Boyden said. He is also a s...

Pflieger pushes swimming career to next level through training

Pilfer spent some time at an olympic training center to further his training for swimming, which he wants to continue into the future.

Gannyn Dunn, Junior Editor

April 17, 2020

Sophomore Aidan Pflieger went to the Olympic Training Center in Colorado Springs for a swim camp with the Local Swimming Committee, which is a big group of club swim teams. They selected people that applied to attend the camp. There, Pflieger learned many new things, some that have to do with swimming i...

Westenburg starts radio show

Westenburg has started his own radio show and hopes to continue.

Clark Mack, Staff Reporter

April 16, 2020

Senior Ashton Westenburg has a radio show on 97.7 FM, KWNK. “It’s a volunteer radio station in Reno, which means that anyone can do it,” Westenburg said. “Anyone can have a show and so I just signed up and they called me.” For the show, Westenburg does a DJ set of surf rock songs then talks ab...

Zueva works hard, sets goals

Nueva has worked to succeed in her academics, as well as train for cross country.

Aspen Towell, Staff Reporter

April 16, 2020

Anna Zueva is a fifteen-year-old student athlete who loves to be involved in the Reno High community. She wants to have a great high school experience and is a tenacious student. She is a swimmer on the Reno High swim team, an honor jazz band member and practices running every day to prepare for cross ...

Thalia Arrate excels in cross country

Kochia Krum, Staff Reporter

April 16, 2020

Freshman Thalia Arrate is a freshman at Reno High who keeps busy through all her sports but is also very involved with her family and friends. “I like running cross country and track, playing soccer and spending time with my family,” Arrate said.  Arrate had a very successful first year o...

Kinder stays involved, goal-oriented

Kinder holds multiple trophies that she has won for debate.

Tyler Hofmann, Staff Reporter

April 14, 2020

Though new to the setting, senior Lauren Kinder is staying positive through this national quarantine and giving her rescheduled We The People and Speech and Debate competitions her all. Whether in person or over the phone, Kinder remains just as goal-oriented and focused on what’s important to her. ...

Means continues practicing soccer despite isolation

Means practices her soccer skills during quarantine to keep up her skills despite not physically being with her team.

Marisa Sandoval, Staff Reporter

April 13, 2020

Not even the global pandemic can stop sophomore Morgan Means from working to achieve her goal of playing college soccer. Whether it is doing drills, playing Fortnite with teammates or preparing her soccer highlights to send to colleges, Means is using her time in self-isolation to better herself as an athlete...

Feldman-Matocq gains news experience living in France

Catalina Forister, Staff Reporter

April 13, 2020

Freshman Rowan Feldman-Matocq has had a more eventful first semester than most.  Feldman’s parents are professors at the University of Nevada, Reno, and were awarded an international work sabbatical, which means that Feldman, although home now, lived in Montpelier, France for three and a hal...

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

Gannyn Dunn, Junior Editor

April 13, 2020

Sunday April 6: Today I woke up at 1 p.m. and I basically did nothing but play Mario Kart, but that is O.K. because it is the weekend. I am excited to do my school work tomorrow though. I like when I have school work to do, because then I get to follow some sort of schedule.  Monday April 7: Today I did my school work a...

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