Eye of the Tiger

Senior launches professional career from the runway

Senior launches professional career from the runway

DANIELLE BENNETT

November 13, 2018


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Emma Erdman boarded the plane with her mother and sister in tow, ready to catch a flight to New York City. It was October of last year, with the usual hustle and bustle of the airport experience – an array of boarding passes, luggage and security. Encased in bright lights, sirens and opportunity,...

Media passion fuels future endeavors

Media passion fuels future endeavors

NICOLE KHUDYAKOV

November 2, 2018


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Some people grow up knowing what they want to do with their lives, while others struggle to find a passion that speaks to them. Freshman Jayden Watters is among the lucky few whose idle exploration, which began when he picked up a camera at a young age, turned into a long-lasting zeal for photography...

Student’s DIY business rooted in legacy

Student’s DIY business rooted in legacy

MEGAN HUBER

October 29, 2018


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Junior Annie Jose doesn’t have to wait until spring to bloom into her creative potential. By assembling corsage sets for family and friends, Jose has been able to turn her skills into a business and sell products to customers for a cheaper price than corsages available in stores. One pair of corsages...

Junior commits to once in a lifetime job opportunity

Junior commits to once in a lifetime job opportunity

NICOLE KHUDYAKOV

October 23, 2018


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Saving civilians and goofing around with children is all in a day’s work for junior Nate Santos, whose scored a job dressing up as Spider-Man. Santos enjoys the chance to interact with and entertain kids. “It’s so much fun; I love getting to see all the kids faces and I haven’t met a bad kid. They’r...

Culinary students cook meals for The Gathering Inn

Culinary students cook meals for The Gathering Inn

JOEY ROSETTI

October 18, 2018


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Last Friday, Culinary students cooked up meals for the homeless. Senior Brooke Bowen-Seay’s family expanded their tradition of aiding the homeless through Roseville High School’s Culinary program. “It started like three years ago with my mom. At first it started off with just [donating] jackets to...

Senior playwright directs personal work

Senior playwright directs personal work

CLAIRE TOWNSEND

October 8, 2018


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Senior Douglas Pomin is using his skills as a writer to bring people together through his play, Intertwined. When Pomin first began writing, he didn’t know which direction he was going to take his idea. “I originally started writing it as a film,” Pomin said. “Then as I progressed toward t...

Senior races towards future career path

Senior races towards future career path

JONAH LUCIA

October 8, 2018


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Senior Riley Morefield has spent about as much time with the clip-clop of horse hooves as she has hanging out with her friends. According to Morefield, equine endurance riding has been a passion of hers since fourth grade and has had a very positive impact on her life. Since starting, Morefield’s confidence...

HUMANS OF RHS: Jordan Peppers

HUMANS OF RHS: Jordan Peppers

NICOLE KHUDYAKOV

October 8, 2018


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Despite only being in his freshman year, Jordan Peppers is already eager to take on life and start earning money, rather than spend his time in classes at RHS. Peppers is considering his options and looking into creating an app in order to begin earning money. Peppers believes his coding experience...

Placer SPCA opens Roseville location

Placer SPCA opens Roseville location

JULIE NGUYEN

October 8, 2018


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Animals have a way of hijacking the hearts of the masses — through phenomenons such as Corgi Con, “instafamous” pet accounts, or a simple house pet, many choose to call themselves animal-lovers. RHS students and staff with any desire to engage with animals can now do so in the form of an expansion...

Ray revives family recycling tradition

Ray revives family recycling tradition

CAITLIN TRAN

October 8, 2018


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RHS math teacher David Ray has continued his grandfather’s tradition of recycling cans with a transformed purpose: to save for his children’s college textbooks. When his eldest son, Dylan, was born, Ray began to think about the prospect of paying for his future college education, and realized...

Student finds passion in homemade dolls

Student finds passion in homemade dolls

NICOLE KHUDYAKOV

September 17, 2018


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Artists like Leonardo Da Vinci and Monet have reputations as a few of the greatest creative minds of their respective generations and they frequently found themselves with a constant influx of new ideas in unique media. RHS senior Jonna Giorgi experiences similar creative afflictions with similarly unco...

Two RHS students foster furry friends

Two RHS students foster furry friends

JULIE NGUYEN

September 17, 2018


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RHS students Caroline Mason and Abby Edmondson have fostered a bond with some furry friends. The pair’s shared love of cats manifested in the foster kittens they began looking after. For junior Abby Edmonson, this was an entirely new experience, as she had been yearning for a cat for a long time. ...