With its May 30 episode The Ramble has ceased publication for spring 2017. Notice of resumption will be appreciated.
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Previous episodes of The Ramble are available at YouTube. Choosing any episode will also display the list of others.
About The Ramble
This student-produced news and event summary is produced weekly during the school year. Congratulations to TCHS, reporters and others, advisor Mike Kidd and the team for this innovative and entertaining feature; I can imagine the jaws dropping had this been on our personal computers and mobile devices at TCHS's founding in 1956. Oh, yeah, personal computers did not exist, along with color TV, astronauts, mobile phones, the Internet, and most of these kids' parents. RAMble on!
Coming soon. Registered users will be able to comment and review The Ramble and other features. We want this to be your site with the features you want. BTW, remember seniors are eligible to join our Alumni Assn.
Rees Clark 1960
I'll start. I love The Ramble. It's informative enough to be useful, silly enough to remind us of our youth. I wish the technology had been around in the 1950s; I'd have been all over it. (This is just a prototype for the comment display; there will also be a simple input form.)
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