Spanish students use virtual reality

Meghan Nadzam, Staff Reporter

May 23, 2018

Filed under Feature

Your head turned to the left and watched the streets of Mexico City buzz with life. Notice the vivid, colorful murals painted tastefully on the brick and cinder walls. Another student beside you expands their search through human...

Seniors anticipate prom, finalize plans

Lily Cowie, Staff Reporter

April 24, 2018

Filed under Feature

Excitement stirs among twelfth graders as senior prom grows closer and as class council members finish preparations for the upcoming celebration. Senior Class Council President Andrew Boyazis talked about the theme for this year...

Community walks to fund cancer support

Emma BoltzC, Continuity Editor

April 24, 2018

Filed under Feature

Step-by-step, hop-by-hop, friends and family gather to run a 5k, 10k, or one mile walk. The energy radiates through the crowd as the nerves set in before the race. Painted faces smile with the hopes of a medal in sight. Many t...

Students and staff participate in nationwide walkout to honor victims of gun violence

Troy Pierson, Business Manager

April 23, 2018

Filed under Feature, Revere News, Special Feature

March 14 could simply pass as any regular day. A day almost unrecognizable from the blurred conglomeration of the winter and spring seasons leaves one with little desire to consider March 14 a day of significance, especially in terms of nationa...

Cosmetology student heads to states

Molly Oldham, Reporter

April 23, 2018

Filed under Feature, News

A Revere and CVCC senior dedicates her time to cosmetology, placed in the top two at cosmetology regionals and will head to the state competition in late April. Senior Elyse (Leesy) Seaver has attended Revere since the third...

Revere Players presents ‘Hello, Dolly!’

Amanda Nelson, Opinion Editor

April 20, 2018

Filed under Culture, Feature, Music & Theatre, Showcase

The cast and crew of the Revere Players are putting on their annual spring musical, which will be Hello Dolly this season. Director Laurie Russell described the plot of Hello Dolly. “It takes place in New York City around ...

Students participate in local competitive jumprope team

Troy Pierson, Business Manager

March 22, 2018

Filed under Feature, Revere News

A teeming crowd fills the green, black and white bleachers of Highland High School’s gymnasium. On one side, a group of spectators sit with anticipation. The other side features a group of around thirty children, from fourth gr...

Athletes juggle commitments and sports

Elisabeth Kelly, Art and Sports Editor

March 22, 2018

Filed under Feature, Sports

Homework, social life, practice, time with family, work, repeat. The life of an athlete involves commitment to one’s sport while also keeping an equal balance with everything else he or she to be involved in. Revere athletes...

Revere students attend Night to Shine

Hannah Weisburn, Design Editor

March 22, 2018

Filed under Feature

A Revere faculty member and a group of students attended the Night to Shine dance, sponsored by the Tim Tebow Foundation, held at churches nationwide. Shelly Schultz, an interventionist at Revere High School and a member of mult...

Alumna returns to perform flamenco

Mandy Kraynak, Feature Editor

March 22, 2018

Filed under Feature

A world-renowned flamenco guitarist takes the stage at Revere High School’s auditorium. One of the few female flamenco guitarists in the world, Revere alumna Marija Temo sings while she strums her namesake guitar. Students sing...

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