Special Olympics Club

Special Olympics Club

Pete Mitchell 17'
May 18, 2017
Filed under Club Jump In, Uncategorized

The Special Olympics club at Regis is unlike anything I have seen in the past four years I've been here. The club is led by the girls division librarian Jane Whitely. The club is made up of students who want to be a part of the special Olympics community. The has several activities such as unified Bas...

The addiction of film: Carson Crosby ’19

The addiction of film: Carson Crosby ’19

Diego Mejia '19
May 17, 2017
Filed under Lifestyle

For my second interview I asked if he liked film and why. He said I love film because it gets me hype. I asked if he liked more slower directors like or very fast action films like . He said fast films but he does like to watch slower movies too. He said he is in love with the director  from insidious...

Music Production Club

Music Production Club

Max Rozmiarek '19, Journalist
May 17, 2017
Filed under Arts, Club Jump In, Lifestyle, Music

"You can create a sound that no one has ever heard before," Said Andrew Hold '19 "Its definitely the way Music is Heading". Music Production, or the formation professional tracks using a variety of electronic and live elements, has grown to encompass nearly all sides of the music industr...

RJ STEM Club – Prints in 3D

RJ STEM Club – Prints in 3D

Jack Fete '20
May 17, 2017
Filed under Club Jump In, People of RJ, Uncategorized

Within the glass wall of the RJ challenge lab in the Finn Library is a club that most students don’t know much about. The STEM club is a group of Freshmen who operate the 3D printers in the Lab. The club members in the lab work on many things in there, they design and print things, monitor the prin...

A Night Near the Train

A Night Near the Train

Jonah Montgomery '20
May 16, 2017
Filed under Lifestyle

As the last train rolls by at Ulster St. and Smith Rd, the patrons that live near the train tracks can finally sleep. The, on average, 80 decibel horn goes off everything 15-30 minutes, starting at 3:27 am, and not letting up until 1:49 am the next day. The train noise has caused a huge amounts o...

A Digital Pioneer: Senior Sean Clare and Esports

A Digital Pioneer: Senior Sean Clare and Esports

Jackson Dean
May 15, 2017
Filed under Club Jump In, Features, Features, People of RJ

His fingers dance across the keyboard, their swift movements look like a blur, yet each motion is calculated and intentional. RJ Senior, Sean Clare, cofounder of the RJ E-Sports Club, sits in front of a glowing monitor after school, leading a digital assault on a line of tanks, advancing ...

Off Campus at Qdoba

Off Campus at Qdoba

Nathan Schraeder '18, Riley Wiggs '17, Quentin Birch '17
May 15, 2017
Filed under Lifestyle, Opinions

Being a senior is already great, but having off campus lunch is even better. We take a look at why Qdoba is the place to go when you're a senior.

A Conversation With the NRDC Action Fund – Kevin Curtis

A Conversation With the NRDC Action Fund – Kevin Curtis

Jason Lewis
May 12, 2017
Filed under Features, Lifestyle, Showcase

The impact that humans have on the environment is becoming increasingly prevalent in conversations about sustainability for future generations.  Especially with the recent pullbacks of the EPA under Trump’s administration and the bleaching of 95% of the Great Barrier Reef, many are begin to w...

Improvisation: Life’s one big show

Improvisation: Life’s one big show

Jack Gallagher '17
May 12, 2017
Filed under Features, Lifestyle, Showcase

Life is one long improv show. From deciding what you’re going to wear to school, to making huge decisions in your life, like many seniors are right now, you never know what’s going to come next. New locations, relationships, and activities are introduced to our lives every day and we take that info...

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