Eye of the Tiger

Two-decade-old turtle stands test of time

Two-decade-old turtle stands test of time

JACK ROSETTI

December 16, 2016


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Roseville High School Biology and AP Environmental Science teacher CJ Addington has had his turtle, Jeffrey, in his class for over 20 years. “When I first started teaching here, about 24 years ago, there was a ceramics teacher named Bob Vlasic. I guess his kids had the turtle and then for whateve...

Oliver pursues international experience

Oliver pursues international experience

EDDY SOTOMAYOR

December 12, 2016


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Roseville High School senior Juliette Oliver looks forward to a chance to study abroad in light of signing up for a government scholarship program in hopes of gaining experience to one day become a US Ambassador.  Following her semi-finalist interview for The National Security Language Initiative ...

Freshman bolsters dog-walking business

Freshman bolsters dog-walking business

NICOLE KHUDYAKOV

December 12, 2016


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Balancing a busy work schedule and school can be a difficult task, freshman Madison Grappo can confirm. With an expanding dog sitting and walking business, and over 50 clients, she has her hands full - not counting her 15 additional pets. “When I was little my mom said I took a sharpie and put dalmat...

Carstens provides dance accessories for those in need

Carstens provides dance accessories for those in need

VIKTORIA BARR

December 12, 2016


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Roseville High School administrative assistant Sarah Carstens has taken an interest in helping RHS students through the potential financial troubles that come along with high school dances.   Mainly focusing on prom, Carstens has taken it upon herself to start a dress donation program which prov...

Nunn relates to students overcoming learning disabilities

Nunn relates to students overcoming learning disabilities

TARAH JOHNSON

December 12, 2016


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Two years ago Riki Nunn entered Roseville High School facing usual first-year transition struggles, while also combating both dyslexia and audio displacement. Dyslexia, also known as reading disorder, is characterized by trouble with reading and writing despite normal intelligence, and it’s someth...

Student aims high, despite illness

Student aims high, despite illness

VIKTORIA BARR

November 7, 2016


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Roseville High School senior Kate Takahashi has been traveling to what seems like an uncountable amount of doctor’s appointments since the ending of her sophomore year. This is due to an undiagnosed illness that has caused her to miss nine weeks of school last year. Although Takahashi’s calendar...

Bennett fulfills childhood dream at Folsom Zoo

Bennett fulfills childhood dream at Folsom Zoo

KENZIE DUNCAN

November 7, 2016


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Roseville High School senior Thalia Bennett was presented with the opportunity to intern at the Folsom Zoo Sanctuary. She began working at the zoo this past July, and plans on being a part of the zoo until June of this upcoming year. According to Bennett, she has felt a love for animals since a youn...

HUMANS OF RHS: Nancy Rash

HUMANS OF RHS: Nancy Rash

TARAH JOHNSON

November 7, 2016


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Campus monitor and bus driver Nancy Rash has been working at Roseville High School since 2008. Though supervising students every day is her job, she simultaneously wants to be a symbol of comfort and security for RHS students. Nancy currently copes with the heavy weight of her father’s illness and...

Junior perseveres through Lupus struggle

Junior perseveres through Lupus struggle

JACK ROSETTI

November 7, 2016


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Lupus, an autoimmune disease, affects five million people worldwide, one of which that goes to Roseville High School. When she was 10 years old, doctors told junior Bianca Lara that she has Lupus. “I didn’t really know what it was,” Lara said. “I got really sick for two months; my han...

Coleman gives back through Red Cross

Coleman gives back through Red Cross

CLAIRE OERTLEY and VICTORIA WILKINSON

November 7, 2016


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Roseville High School government teacher Jon Coleman has put a lot of his time outside of school into various activities that, according to Coleman, give him a greater sense of purpose in his community. “I think working in the community is important because there’s always something that happens...

Benard makes her debut

Benard makes her debut

EVA LEWIS

November 7, 2016


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The Debutante Ball is a special debut for young girls who have reached the age of maturity and adulthood, to come out into society in a debut for family and friends. Senior Demauria Benard recently entered the 53rd group of Debutantes of the Sacramento AKA’s, October 22. Benard’s grandmother was...

Eighth-grade student cultivates interest in high school math

Eighth-grade student cultivates interest in high school math

NICOLE KHUDYAKOV

October 25, 2016


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On an average school day, eighth grader Natalie Aang is excused a little early from her CCIM2 math class before rushing to the front of the school to make it in time for her second period at Buljan Middle School. “I think [my peers] assume by my size and my face that I’m not a freshman,” Nat...