Eye of the Tiger

ENTERTAINMENT: September 20, 2016

ENTERTAINMENT: September 20, 2016

September 20, 2016


Filed under A&E, Entertainment

In this edition of Eye of the Tiger entertainment, Senior Sophie Cook recaps the 68th annual Emmy Awards, highlighting the best dressed attendees.

Sully is an exciting biopic that manages to feel fresh

Sully is an exciting biopic that manages to feel fresh

DAN GUNKO

September 19, 2016


Filed under A&E, Movies

Highly acclaimed director Clint Eastwood tells the miraculous true story of  US Airways Flight 1549 through the big screen in his most recent film, Sully. This flick stars Tom Hanks as pilot Chesley Sullenberger, also known as “Sully”, as well as Aaron Eckhart who plays Sully’s co-pilot, Jeff Skiles. Jumping...

FASHION: Senior Bridgett Hirsch derives style from confidence

FASHION: Senior Bridgett Hirsch derives style from confidence

GABI HUTSON

September 19, 2016


Filed under A&E, Fashion

How would you describe your style? From freshman year up until now I’ve changed styles because freshman year was very dark, not emo, but a lot of black and reds. Then sophomore year it was very bohemian, on that verge, it was cute. Then, junior year it also merged with more a sophisticated style ...

21 Savage’s original vibes create fan base

21 Savage’s original vibes create fan base

CLAIRE OERTLY

September 19, 2016


Filed under A&E, Music

21 Savage has taken the attention of rap fans recently due to his energetic and hyped up vibe. His music, while somewhat similar to other rappers, differs in the sense that he doesn’t reuse ideas or concepts that other rappers use. Because he wasn’t signed to a record label and makes all his music...

Tanis appeals to hardcore conspiracy theorists

Tanis appeals to hardcore conspiracy theorists

SOPHIA COOK

September 19, 2016


Filed under A&E

Tanis is an investigative podcast regarding the long lost myth of “Tanis.” No one really knows what Tanis is, why it is, or how it is which is part of what makes the story line so intriguing. Around the world, Tanis is referred to as different things depending on language and culture. Some call...

Drama students enrich theater experience

Drama students enrich theater experience

GABI HUTSON

September 19, 2016


Filed under A&E, Theatre

Over summer break, junior Emily Botnen and sophomore AJ Welker performed in the Rocklin Community Theater production of Anything Goes. Botnen has theatrical experience outside of a school environment and has been participating in community theater for several years. Botnen and Welker both have a history of performing in community theater s...

DUST OFF THE REEL: Hairspray (1988) remains classic

DUST OFF THE REEL: Hairspray (1988) remains classic

GABI HUTSON

September 19, 2016


Filed under A&E, Theatre

Reputable director John Waters had his breakthrough moment with his film Hairspray. Since that film, there has been a musical adaption and a remake that gained a lot more recognition. Few people, unless they have extensive knowledge of film, know that the play and remake were based off the original John W...

Film club unites cinema lovers

Film club unites cinema lovers

ELENA BATEMAN and EMILY WRIGHT

September 19, 2016


Filed under A&E

Seniors Morgan Jamison and Gillian Howard helped create Film Club this year. The club hopes to offer students interested in film an opportunity to meet with other students to watch movies. The school does offer a Film and Literature elective, but it is only open to upperclassmen and not available every...

Jepsen’s Emotion: Side B awakens fans

Jepsen’s Emotion: Side B awakens fans

ROMAN TYLER

September 19, 2016


Filed under A&E, Music

Carly Rae Jepsen’s newest album is a criminally underrated pop music masterpiece. EMOTION: Side B is the follow up B side to the Canadian singer/songwriter’s 2015 album EMOTION, which enjoyed little commercial success, peaking at number 16 on the US Billboard chart and eight on the Japanese and ...

AIM challenges the rules of hip-hop

AIM challenges the rules of hip-hop

ADAM HAGEN

September 19, 2016


Filed under A&E, Music

Three years after Matangi in 2013, hip hop veteran MIA has come back with a 12 track release entitled AIM that both entertains and conveys socially relevant messages. MIA is the stage name of UK via Sri Lankan rapper Mathangi “Maya” Arulpragasam, whose innovative style and original lyrics have e...

Marvel incorporates black characters in mainstream comics

Marvel incorporates black characters in mainstream comics

TARAH JOHNSON

September 19, 2016


Filed under A&E, Movies

In the wake of Marvel’s newest reveal of black actress Zendaya Coleman gracing our screens as the new face of Mary Jane in the Spider Man: Homecoming movie comes the inevitable bigotry of incorporating any type of newfound diversity in any predominantly white feature. With Marvel reigning as one...

RHS’ S.S.E. lands first gig

RHS’ S.S.E. lands first gig

VICTORIA WILKINSON

September 19, 2016


Filed under A&E, Music

Roseville based rap group S.S. Elegance recently landed their first live gig in a clothing and art shop in Sacramento on Sunday Sept. 4. The group consisted of Roseville High School seniors Ash Cayabyab a.k.a. A$H TRAPPEM,  EJ Susbilla a.k.a SUSKILLA,  juniors Kyle Bernardo a.k.a. LIL KON THE LOSTBOI...