The inner workings of soccer: How to prepare for games

By Joeelle Beale Echo Staff Reporter Winning or losing a game can be very overwhelming, which can make it hard to focus while playing. The fear of disappointing fans...

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The history and origins of green bean casserole

By Joeelle Beale Echo Staff Reporter Green bean casserole, a dish that is a mixture of green beans, mushroom soup, and French onions, is a popular part of the...

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Día de Los Muertos (The Day of the Dead): A Day of Honoring Family

By Joeelle Beale Echo Staff Reporter Losing a family member or friend can be a difficult and challenging time. For some, a lot of grieving occurs. To others, it...

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Spooks and Gore: The History of Halloween

By Joeelle Beale Echo Staff Reporter What does one think of when it comes to Halloween? Is it witches, goblins, zombies, candy, or Chucky, the evil doll? Or is...

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Inclusivity and representation at RCTC

By Joelle Beale Echo staff reporter What does it mean to belong? Since the word “belong” has so many meanings to different people, some search for others who enjoy...

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The monster that is money

By Ilwad Salex General Reporter Money. Some love it. Some might hate it, but regardless, it’s undeniable the power it has on the world today. From getting groceries to...

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Online learning becomes a ‘one-stop-shop’ for students

By Ekhlas Abdullahi Editor-in-Chief Due to COVID-19, all RCTC courses have been converted to online classes. However, for some classes, it is important to have hands-on, and in-class experience....

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