Bartz resigns from coaching position after 19 years

Bartz resigns from coaching position after 19 years

Andy Weisman, Staff Reporter

After 19 years of coaching swimming, Mr. Greg Bartz, math teacher, resigned from coaching the swim team. Bartz made the decision to dedicate more time on the future of his family and his job.

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May 31, 2016

Professional athletes to host camps at HHS this summer

Andy Weisman, Staff Reporter

During the summer, four professional athletes will be participating in and hosting athletic camps.

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May 26, 2016

Boys lacrosse sunk by Skippers

Alex Schwartz, Staff Reporter

The beginning of the game showed promise for the Royals, as they were within 3 goals at halftime. However, the Skippers stayed true to their season trend by dominating the second half of the game.

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May 20, 2016

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Is it a man’s world?

Dylan Judge-Steuck, Staff Reporter

When the media teaches women to be super thin with long flowing hair and shimmering legs, they also teach men to have a chiseled jaw line with short, slick hair and muscles like a viking.

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April 26, 2016

Privilege

Max Weesner, Sports Blogger

In writing this, I hope I have helped some people to acknowledge the colossal unseen dimensions of privilege in our social system and encouraged them to learn more.

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April 25, 2016

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Max Weesner
Max Weesner

Sports Blogger

Max Weesner is a sports blogger for the Royal Page. He is a senior who enjoys playing and watching sports. Max also likes to hangout with friends and watch TV shows on Netflix.

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Chris Vang, Royal of the Month

Alex Schwartz, Staff Reporter

Chris Vang, senior, is the Royal of the Month this May. Vang is involved in varsity swimming, and is the president of the Lion King Crew.

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May 31, 2016

Relay for Life hosted by National Honor Society

Abby Doeden, Backpage Editor

The Relay for Life is a fundraiser that raises money for the American Cancer Society. Admission is free for the event but it is encouraged to give any amount of donation.

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May 13, 2016

Nuness remembers Prince as basketball player

Sebastien Karo, Staff Reporter

“I think basketball was his first love,” Nuness said. “He wasn’t very tall, but he knew the game and played it well.”

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April 22, 2016

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Antigone begins production at HHS

Matt Molnar

Beginning tonight and through Saturday, May 14, Hopkins Royal...  Read More »

May 12, 2016

Community shares remembrance of Prince

Community shares remembrance of Prince

Trianna Downing and Ruby Krietzman

“I don’t think he’s really dead because death is beneath him,” said Sydney Baird-Holmes, senior.

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April 22, 2016

Escaping classroom norm in Ceramics

Edgar Vegaespinosa, Staff Reporter

Rather than listen to a lecture or studying historical figures, in HHS’ Ceramics classes, creative and passionate students are guaranteed a unique hands-on experience.

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April 12, 2016

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February 9, 2016

Blue Water Theatre Company to put on Les Misérables

Dylan Judge-Steuck, Staff Reporter

Blue Water Theatre Company, a public, non-profit student theatre group, is performing Les Misérables on Feb. 18, 19, and 20 at Eisenhower Community Center.

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February 5, 2016

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