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Mock Trial and Criminal Justice students conduct a live mock trial before a judge at the Morris County Courthouse on Friday, March 10, 2023.

RHS Students Conduct Mock Trials Before Judges at Morris County Courthouse

Taylor Cantara, Staff Reporter March 29, 2023

Students in the Mock Trial club and Criminal Justice classes had the honor of conducting live mock trials before superior court judges in courtrooms at the Morris County Courthouse on Friday, March 10. “I...

Of the 19 members of the Speech and Debate Team who attended the State Championships (pictured), held at Hunterdon Central High School on March 17 and 18, nine of them made it to final rounds.

RHS Speech and Debate Excels at State Championships, with Nine Students Breaking Through to Final Rounds

Isabel Kao, Staff Reporter March 22, 2023

The Speech and Debate club enjoyed numerous victories in various categories at the annual State Championships, held at Hunterdon Central High School the weekend of March 17 – 18. Of the 19 Randolph...

Randolph senior Kiersten Tinio has committed to play softball as a member of the Misericordia University Class of 2027.

Softball Star Kiersten Tinio Commits to Misericordia University

Colin O’Meara, Assistant Sports Editor March 13, 2023

Senior Kiersten Tinio recently committed to play softball at Misericordia University. “Playing softball in college has always been one of my biggest goals ever since playing T-Ball,” Tinio said....

Writings on the Wall advisor Kelly Kays shows off her staffs award-winning literary-art magazine.

RHS Literary-Art Magazine Wins First Place Award

Mel Hutchinson, Campus Life Editor March 6, 2023

“Writings on the Wall,” the high-school’s literary-art magazine, won first place in the American Scholastic Press Association’s prestigious annual magazine contest. English teacher Kelly Kays,...

Jake Jenisch signs to play men’s basketball at Penn State Behrend on Feb. 3, 2023.

More Student Athletes Commit to Colleges on Second Signing Day

Cole Cabatic, Staff Reporter February 27, 2023

Ten more senior student athletes officially committed to continue playing their sport in college on the second signing day of the year, held in the Randolph High School Media Center on Feb. 3. Aidan...

RHS dancers perform their traditional Spirit Week hip-hop routine at this year’s eighth grade orientation assembly, which was held in the high school auditorium on Monday, Feb. 7, 2023.

RHS Performing Arts Students Showcase Spectacular Talent at Eighth Grade Orientation Assembly

Brett Shuster, Staff Reporter February 13, 2023

As part of the high school’s annual orientation for current eight graders, the Dance Department, A Capella Ensemble and Wind Ensemble joined forces to showcase the endless talent of students in the RHS...

Senior Sofie Tepperman designed the arcade-style game Rainstorm, where players have to avoid falling raindrops and moving puddles in order to stay alive for the full 60 seconds.

Students Complete Video Game Designs in New Elective

Sofie Tepperman, Guest Writer February 6, 2023

“Who wouldn’t want to have a period playing video games?” asked junior Daniel Oppenheimer, a student in Game Design, a new full-year elective at the high school. Game Design students study game...

Cam Johnson debuts his Sports Update segment on Friday, Jan. 21, 2023.

Cam Johnson Debuts “Sports Update” on Ram Report

Colin O’Meara, Assistant Sports Editor February 2, 2023

Fans of Ram Report may remember him as “Weatherman Cam,” but when junior Cam Johnson returned to the morning announcements show after taking a break, it was in a brand-new capacity as a sports reporter. Johnson...

Morris County Superior Court Judge David Ironson

County Judge Gives Students Insider’s View of Judicial System, Careers in Law

Emma Kirshbaum , Staff Reporter January 24, 2023

“I have done murder trials, arson cases, burglary, robbery, kidnapping, sexual abuse, aggravated assault,” said Judge David Ironson of the Morris County Superior Court, who gave students an insider’s...

Twelve RHS alumni panelists share their insights on college life with hundreds of current seniors in the high school auditorium on Jan. 6, 2023.

RHS Alumni Panelists Offer College Advice to Current Seniors

Isabel Kao, Staff Reporter January 21, 2023

“My advice for freshman year is to leave your door open in your dorm. Everyone is trying to make friends; you’re not in a unique situation,” advised RHS alumnus Gilad Krasner-Cohen ’21, who currently...

PTSO to Host Blood Drive at High School

PTSO to Host Blood Drive at High School

Ava Sousa, Staff Reporter January 19, 2023

The RHS Parent Teacher Student Organization (PTSO) with support from the Key Club will be hosting a blood drive on Thursday, Jan. 26, from 2:30 p.m. to 8:00 p.m., in the high school Commons. “The...

High school students make shadow puppets on the wall of a classroom while awaiting instructions from administrators during a power outage that affected all of Randolph Township, leading to an early dismissal for all students, on Jan. 12, 2023.

Breaking News: District-Wide Power Outage Leads to Early Dismissal of Randolph Schools

Maddie Brown, Staff Reporter January 13, 2023

Randolph Township schools were dismissed early yesterday, Jan. 12, due to a district-wide power outage. At the high school, students and staff were startled when the overhead lights flickered and went...

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