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No Cap S1:E2 School fights – What’s the point?

B. Cooks and D. Pimentel

April 26, 2019

Do you have something to add? Got a "hot topic" for next episode? What do YOU want David and Bianca to tackle on the next No Cap? Please leave comments below! Thanks for listening!...

Column: Nike Air Max 95 Summit White equals instant shoe success

A. Valderas, Staff Writer

April 15, 2019

White is a nice color. Adding it on shoe just makes them clean. White shoes can go with any risk taking outfit and make it pop.These shoes are honestly for running but you can obviously still wear them out. According to Nike...

Elective fair gives incoming seventh graders a taste of what’s next

A. Cisneros, Video Editor, Staff Writer

April 15, 2019

The elective fair was on March 8th from 6-8 p.m. at Red Oak Middle School for sixth grade students, at the same time as the annual open house for all ROMS students. The elective fair gave students information about what electives...

Spring Fling offers another night of music, dancing

R Chehab, Anchor

April 15, 2019

ROMS cheerleaders hosted a Spring Fling in the middle school dance gym. It was on Friday, March 29 from 6:30-8:30 pm. Sales were $5 at lunch and $7 at the door. Dress code was appropriate "Sunday best" and students had to have ...

Review: Hard lessons from “The Hate U Give”

K. Brown

April 9, 2019

I have one word to describe this movie: Powerful. I’m sure you’ve heard of all the racial conflict increasing throughout the world. Well the movie “The Hate U Give” is a very powerful movie that gives a good grasp of the racism going on ...

Column: The Cheer Life – Cheer to Win

March 31, 2019

Competitions are a big deal in the cheerleading world. We work months before the competition just perfecting every move and every stunt making sure it's competition ready. We have after school practices of just working on the motions and stunts . We can't forget to...

Book Review: Owls rule in ‘Ga’Hoole’

H. Lopez, Staff Writer

March 31, 2019

This week’s book review is the series of Guardians of Ga’Hoole by Kathryn Lasky. The main storyline of the books are about, well, owls. After Soren, a barn owl, gets pushed out of his nest by his older brother Kludd, a group of special trained owls tak...

Column: The Cheer Life – Stunts

A. Myers, Staff Cartoonist, Staff Writer

February 23, 2019

Stunts Cheer stunts can be very complicated it takes a lot of skill to do advanced stunts. You don't have to be a professional stunter you can be a beginner to do stunts. Some of my favorite stunts are a cradle, a full, and ...

Book Review: Feline ‘Warriors’ pounce at the chance for life in the wild

H. Lopez, Staff Writer

February 22, 2019

Warriors, the adventurous book series in which cats of different clans fight to survive in the wretched wilderness, is the book for this week! As of 2019, there are six of the books in total, the 6th series set coming out this...

Review: Spongebob all-stars get buff in latest live-action film

J. Davis, Research Specialist, Columnist

January 3, 2019

I am by no means a movie critic. I have just seen the movie a couple of times over the past 3 ¾  years and would like to state my opinion on the movie. This is a comedy and kiddie kind of movie, so don’t take my opinion 100%...

Review: Jumanji reboot promises LOL adventures

R. Chehab, Anchor

January 3, 2019

Having just seen Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle, I am able to tell you that you won’t be disappointed! This action-comedy movie is sure to have you laughing out loud, and have you on the edge of your seat. This movie stars...

Review: ‘Beauty’ proves that chicks dig libraries  

S.Batres, Lead Research Specialist, Sports Reporter

January 3, 2019

Beauty And The Beast was an amazing movie to watch, as was the cartoon movie of it. The newest real life movie was similar to the book and cartoon movie, but better and much more detailed. I really enjoyed watching the live-action mov...

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