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  • Boys Ice Hockey wins season opener vs. Morristown, 6-2, on Thursday, Dec. 7
  • Boys Basketball season opener @ Sparta on Thursday, Dec. 14, at 7 p.m.
  • Girls Basketball season opener vs. Sparta on Thursday, Dec. 14, at 7:00 p.m.
  • Girls Ice Hockey season opener vs. Cranford on Wednesday, Dec. 13, at 5:50 p.m.
  • Boys Swimming wins season opener vs. Montville, 100-70, on Thursday, Dec. 7
  • Girls Swimming wins season opener vs. Montville, 112-58, on Thursday, Dec. 7
  • Boys Fencing season opener vs. Mendham, on Tuesday, Dec. 19, at 6:00 p.m.
  • Girls Fencing season opener vs. Mendham on Tuesday, Dec. 19, at 6:00 p.m.



Students taking an orchestra class at RHS practice a piece of music on Nov. 15, 2023.

Opinion: Music Education Is Food for the Soul, and Randolph Offers a Feast of Classes for Students

Gretchen Tuttle, Opinion Editor December 1, 2023

Music is a powerful medium used around the world; it is an expression of art through sound, practiced across diverse cultures throughout history. Schools worldwide, including those in Randolph, offer music...

The author, left, with her mom, Bridget Bocchino Hochstuhl.

Personal Essay: My Mom Beat Breast Cancer, and It Changed My Life

Emily Hochstuhl, Staff Reporter November 27, 2023

I learned all about breast cancer after my mom, Bridget Bocchino Hochstuhl, was diagnosed with the disease in 2010. I was only three years old at the time, but over the years, as I became old enough to...

Music Review: The Glory of Guts, Olivia Rodrigos New Album

Music Review: The Glory of “Guts,” Olivia Rodrigo’s New Album

Jenny Bloom, Staff Reporter November 16, 2023

“Guts,” the outstanding sophomore album from young superstar Olivia Rodrigo, which dropped on Sept. 8, is a fine follow-up to “Sour,” her award-winning debut record from 2021. The first track,...

Three cheers for our custodial staff (from left): Head Custodian Gonzalo Perez, Olga Morales-Velez and Joel Figueroa.

A Shout Out to Our Custodial Staff in Honor of National Custodians Day

Briana Lange, Staff Reporter October 14, 2023

While National Custodians Day was officially celebrated on Monday, Oct. 2, it’s not too late for RHS students and staff to show our appreciation for and recognition of the special team of people who...

Class of 2022 dancer Grace Bua performs a lyrical solo at the 14th annual RHS Dance Showcase on Thursday, June 2, 2022 in the RHS auditorium.

The RHS Dance Department: The Hidden Gem of the High School’s Performing Arts Program

Brett Shuster, Staff Reporter April 27, 2023

Room 307, located across from the Commons near the band hallway, houses one of the high school’s best kept secrets: the RHS Dance Department. Michele Adriano single-handedly runs the department and teaches...

Senior Melanie Hutchinson uses a Zero Period to catch up on her homework assignments.

Opinion: We Need More Zero Periods

Jessica Ackerman, Arts Editor March 1, 2023

While some students choose to spend a Zero Period hanging with friends, leisurely enjoying every moment of their well-deserved break, others seek extra help from teachers or simply use the time to finish...

Letter to the Editor

Letter to the Editor

February 16, 2023

Hearty congratulations to the editors and staff of the "new" Rampage. I know well the excitement and feeling of accomplishment you are experiencing; in December 1961, I was among a handful of students...

Girls Volleyball  celebrates a point against Morristown on Dec. 22, 2022.

In Honor of National Women in Sports Day, Let’s Celebrate Our Own Female Athletes

Lindsey Kudriavetz, Sports, News, and Photo Editor February 11, 2023

National Girls & Women in Sports Day kicked off a year-long celebration of Title IX’s 50th anniversary on Feb. 1. Here at RHS, with our 15 female sports teams spanning three seasons at the varsity,...

Editorial: Should RHS Have More Wellness Days? 

Editorial: Should RHS Have More Wellness Days? 

Emily Lindsey, Staff Reporter  January 30, 2023

Wellness Days are like a mini vacation after a few tough weeks at school; they are needed and well deserved. At RHS, however, there are a meager 15 Wellness Days scheduled throughout the entire school...

Members of our lunch staff, from left: Lucy Sandberg, Jason Cook, Maria Ceballos

Editorial: RHS Cafeteria Food Rocks

Abigail Lindsey, Opinion Editor January 12, 2023

Most people grimace when they hear the phrase “cafeteria food.” But at Randolph, there are not many complaints about the food at all. In fact, students and staff tend to enjoy lunches here for the...

James Fusco (left) and Coach Will Nahan attend the end-of-season football banquet at The Mansion at Mountain Lakes on Dec. 10, 2022.

Guest Column: Coach Nahan Deserves Being Named Teacher of the Year

James Fusco, Guest Writer January 4, 2023
"Early on, before he was even my coach, I learned that his main goal was not only to make us better football players but also to make us better men."
“Radium Girls” cast members perform under atmospheric green stage lighting and an elaborate glowing brick wall backdrop, thanks to the shows talented stage crew, in the high school auditorium on Nov. 14, 2022.

Stage Crew: The Unsung Heroes of “Radium Girls”

Jessica Ackerman, Arts Editor December 21, 2022

The stage crew for “Radium Girls,” the high school’s fall play, which was staged last month in the high school auditorium, deserve a standing ovation of their own for their masterful work on the...

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