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HUMANS OF RHS: Marc Aldrete

HUMANS OF RHS: Marc Aldrete

RACHEL BARBER

September 11, 2017


Filed under Features, Humans of RHS

Senior Marc Aldrete began writing a novel in eighth grade but gave it up when it turned from a story about a young writer to one filled with ghosts and Hitler. He admits he’s always had a “weird” imagination. But after taking a creative writing course on campus and diving deeper into his Christian...

White expands program to include musical theater course

White expands program to include musical theater course

SPENCER SERRATOS

September 11, 2017


Filed under Features

Roseville High School drama teacher Ashley White is teaching a musical theater class for the first time this year. Among the many new developments the drama program has been experiencing lately, the introduction of musical theatre as a class has left White excited for what’s to come. “It’s really...

Dance teachers reunite

Dance teachers reunite

DANIELLE BENNETT

September 6, 2017


Filed under Features, What's New

While some friendships fail to make it past high school, the bond dance teacher Dawn Kenniston and dance director Pilar Steiner cultivated in their school years at Roseville High shows that others only grow stronger with time. Years after they initially met, the friends have reunited as teachers at Ro...

Sophomore experiences new summer opportunity

Sophomore experiences new summer opportunity

JASMINE LUNAR

August 31, 2017


Filed under Features, What's New

While in elementary school, sophomore Laurel Enos had her first experience with the nonprofit organization ReCreate on a girl scout trip. Unbeknownst to her, she would return on multiple occasions and spend hours working under the company. ReCreate, a company devoted to reimagining ways to use recycled ...

Corpse flower’s anticipated bloom delayed

Corpse flower’s anticipated bloom delayed

NICOLE KHUDYAKOV

August 28, 2017


Filed under Features

Last Friday, science teacher CJ Addington’s Amorphophallus Titanum, better known as a corpse flower, prepared  to bloom for the first time in ten years. However, there have been no recent changes in the flower, besides the initial corpse-like smell. Addington believes that there is a chance th...

HUMANS OF RHS: Taysia De Mesa

HUMANS OF RHS: Taysia De Mesa

TARAH JOHNSON

May 31, 2017


Filed under Features, Humans of RHS

Though only attending Roseville High School for two short years, senior Taysia De Mesa can safely say she’s grown fond of the tight-knit community. Deriving from the paradise island of Hawai’i and then the pulsing city of Houston, De Mesa is all too familiar with being in a big city environment. Alth...

Christenson’s legacy lives on through “brother”

Christenson’s legacy lives on through “brother”

TARAH JOHNSON

May 30, 2017


Filed under Features, What's New

As a multitude of hands came together in a thunderous clap and tears leaked down the faces of those in a packed theater, Ryan Christensen’s mother and father prepared to present a $5,000 scholarship in honor of their late son. On June 10, 2016, Ryan passed away a mere few days into the summer before...

Senior starts vegan account

Senior starts vegan account

ZACH JOSE

May 30, 2017


Filed under Features

Senior Isabelle Bautista documents her vegan lifestyle through her new Instagram account @ib.healthy. According to Bautista, the Instagram page started small. “I was posting stuff on snapchat,” Bautista said. “People would keep on asking me ‘oh, what’s in this?’ so I figured I would make...

Taking the summer on

Taking the summer on

WILL WAGNER, VICTORIA WILKINSON, CLAIRE OERTLY, and GABRIELLA MARTIN

May 30, 2017


Filed under Features

Cooper Baddley This summer, junior Cooper Baddley will travel across the country to Brown University to take part in a medical summer course titled “A Week in the Life of a Medical Student.” Baddley is attending the program to help decide if the medical field is really for him. “I'm just doin...

Cheerleaders advance to collegiate level

Cheerleaders advance to collegiate level

CLAIRE OERTLY and VICTORIA WILKINSON

May 30, 2017


Filed under Features, What's New

Roseville High School seniors Madyson Vaught and Mayse Thao have been cheering the majority of their lives and will continue their passion at the collegiate level at Sonoma and Sacramento State respectively. According to Thao, who will be attending Sacramento State in the fall, cheer was a way for...

English students publish ‘The Uproar’

English students publish ‘The Uproar’

May 12, 2017


Filed under Features, What's New

Students in Jamie Handling's English Magazine compiled their literary writings in a magazine called 'The Uproar.' The magazine is on-sale in student services for $10.

MALIA: Campus rallies after diagnosis

MALIA: Campus rallies after diagnosis

TARAH JOHNSON

May 8, 2017


Filed under Features, What's New

As countless locks of hair cascaded to the ground with each buzz of the razor, select Roseville High School administrators shaved their heads while thinking about their close co-worker and friend Stephanie Malia. An RHS assistant principal, Malia was recently diagnosed with ovarian cancer. As she seeks...