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Decorating lockers a presentation of personality

Trisha Giromini, Staff Writer

November 2, 2012

Filed under Features

            At the beginning of every year, some students arrive to school eager to see their friends or teachers they have missed. Others arrive to school ready to start in on extracurricular activities. Others still...

Senior prepares for final year in band

Rylee Sharp, Staff Writer

October 10, 2012

Filed under Features

Senior Hannah Shaffer is preparing for her last year in band as a bassist. Shaffer has played the bass drum since she was in sixth grade, a total of seven years.                 “In the base line, we have a...

School charity program still makes an impact

Elizabeth Innis, Staff Writer

October 10, 2012

Filed under Features

Originally founded in May 1925 by a small group in Sacramento, California, Key ( Kiwanis educating youth) Club International has become a nationally recognized organization.  Key Club, although primarily volunteer work does...

Sophomore exchange student from Germany enjoying time in U.S.

October 4, 2012

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This year, unlike having five or six foreign exchange students, Randall is only hosting one. Soraya Hintz is a sophomore foreign exchange student from Germany. “We get a lot more rain, we have [forests,] and we celebrate...

Spirit week activities come to an end

Shea Johnson, Staff Writer

October 4, 2012

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Last week, students dressed up for spirit days such as College day, Texas Tuesday, Little kid day, Tie-dye day and black and silver dress-up day. The overall standings of the classes ended with the freshman in 4th place, sophomores...

New program changes student learning

Shea Johnson, Staff Writer

October 4, 2012

Filed under Features

Bring your own technology (BYOT), is a new program at Randall that allows students to bring their technology for learning purposes. This year, almost every classroom has a brand new Wi-Fi adapter for teachers to allow students...

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