Eye of the Tiger

Senior’s STEM talents secure acceptance

Senior’s STEM talents secure acceptance

JOSH KEATON

April 23, 2018


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Senior Sydney Richardson has a head for engineering, as her recent acceptances into the California Institute of Technology and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, two top STEM (science, technology, engineering, and math) schools, prove. Richardson’s interest in the STEM program and these...

HUMANS OF RHS: Elsa Steen

HUMANS OF RHS: Elsa Steen

NICOLE KHUDYAKOV

April 23, 2018


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Freshman Elsa Steen has a long history of dancing behind her. She practiced multiple different styles of dance in various studios — none of which made her feel at home. Now, Steen practices competitive dance with her friends in her latest, and hopefully last, dance studio. -- Nicole Khudyakov "I’ve...

Sophomore busies with support for business

Sophomore busies with support for business

LAUREN JULIN

April 23, 2018


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Sophomore Aria Ramirez regularly spends her weekends at farmers’ markets, helping run her family’s growing homemade goods business. The Freckled Moon, which was founded by Aria’s mother, Marie Ramirez, was created as part of an effort to branch out with her homemade products. The Freckled Moon...

Dancers tap into audience with Instagram

Dancers tap into audience with Instagram

AARON PUGLIANI

April 23, 2018


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With social media serving as an outlet to broadcast talent, seniors Joseph Tonas and Isaac Stanko have brought their dancing skills from the studio to the Internet. Garnering hundreds of views and likes on every post, the two dancers are in pursuit of Instagram fame. Both Tonas and Stanko have been a...

Students celebrate “National Jon Kunkle Day”

Students celebrate “National Jon Kunkle Day”

NICOLE KHUDYAKOV

April 6, 2018


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A group of students celebrated their second annual holiday in honor of a friend on Wednesday.

HUMANS OF RHS: Jeremiah Barnes

HUMANS OF RHS: Jeremiah Barnes

March 19, 2018


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Sophomore Jeremiah Barnes has something of a talent for music. As a child, he played both the piano and the drums. Now, his most recent instrument of choice has become his guitar. Barnes is currently teaching himself to play through videos and various tutorials. He has big dreams to start a band and...

Senior solidifies sponsorship

Senior solidifies sponsorship

NICOLE KHUDYAKOV

March 19, 2018


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RHS senior Savanah Roe was able to find success in more than just her average number of likes per photo on social media. Her popularity on Instagram has lead her to accept RHS senior Savanah Roe was able to find success in more than just her average number of likes per photo on social media. Her...

Smith publicizes original novel debut

Smith publicizes original novel debut

JOSHUA KEATON

March 19, 2018


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English teacher Stuart Smith’s most recent writing project, a full length novel, is a departure from his previous experience writing plays. The book, titled Sell My Soul, covers the story of three kids and their journey through the foster care system. Smith began writing his novel several years...

Guitar class students display talent in guitar show

Guitar class students display talent in guitar show

March 9, 2018


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Guitar students showed the fruits of the labor in the form of a concert on Wednesday.

HUMANS OF RHS: Cerena Carrera

HUMANS OF RHS: Cerena Carrera

NICOLE KHUDYAKOV

February 26, 2018


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RHS freshman Cerena Carrera doesn’t need a car. She has her scooters, bicycles, and her boards to tide her over. Though she doesn’t do many tricks, Carrera believes being able to transport yourself from place to place without relying on a car is both an important, independant, and enjoyable experience. --Nicole Khudyakov "I...

Sophomore concerts bond with mother

Sophomore concerts bond with mother

NICOLE KHUDYAKOV

February 26, 2018


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Unlike many of her peers, sophomore Taylor Dix doesn’t shy away from spending time with her mother in a public setting. In fact, she actively encourages it, as the mother-daughter duo frequently attend concerts with one another as company. Jamie Dix, Taylor’s mother, attended her first concert...

Senior’s soccer talent goes beyond uniform

Senior’s soccer talent goes beyond uniform

AARON PUGLIANI

February 26, 2018


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After winning Placer Youth Soccer League’s female referee of the year award, senior Courtney Carpenter proved her knack for soccer transcends playing for a team. Beginning her referee journey at the age of 13, this weekend job gave Carpenter a unique outlet to continue participating in soccer games...