Eye of the Tiger

Buzzfeed article recognizes seniors

Buzzfeed article recognizes seniors

AJ WELKER

May 29, 2018


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Seniors Emily Botnen and Alexandra Kramer were recently featured in a Buzzfeed article regarding senior quotes. Though it was Botnen’s tweet that went viral -- receiving 87 retweets and 289 likes -- Kramer is officially credited in the article. According to Kramer, she was not expecting all of the ...

Theater background shapes princess portrayal

Theater background shapes princess portrayal

JOSH KEATON

May 14, 2018


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Sophomore Annabelle Tiznado’s theater experience has given her plenty of preparation for her current job, which combines acting, singing, and dressing up as a character in order to become a princess for children’s parties. Specifically, Tiznado dresses up as Moana from the Disney princess movie “Moana.” She...

Gamer takes control, practices for dream career

Gamer takes control, practices for dream career

AJ WELKER

May 14, 2018


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Roseville High School senior Dalton Gerstle’s idea of a dream professional career includes one hand on a keyboard, the other on a mouse. Gerstle’s passion lies in Counter Strike, a multiplayer, first-person shooter video game requiring skill and precision in order to excel. “It’s not a game...

Student’s cookie business sweetens school

Student’s cookie business sweetens school

KAIA WHITNEY

May 14, 2018


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RHS senior and entrepreneur Kelsey Garcia took her decorating abilities beyond friends and family by selling custom decorated cookies via social media. Garcia was originally introduced to the idea while watching online videos. “I saw videos on Instagram and I wanted to try it,” Garcia said....

HUMANS OF RHS: Brooke Burgess

HUMANS OF RHS: Brooke Burgess

NICOLE KHUDYAKOV

May 14, 2018


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Freshman Brooke Burgess is above doing yoga or breathing exercises in order to de-stress. Instead, one of her favorite methods of relaxation after a long, stressful day of high school and babysitting younger cousins is calligraphy. Upon discovering calligraphy and with a little bit of practice, Burgess...

Student guns for experience

Student guns for experience

JOSH REBELLO

May 14, 2018


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The first time sophomore Mele Tuimaunei picked up an airsoft gun, she immediately followed up by attempting to shoot her brothers with its pellets. Tuimaunei’s introduction to airsofting left her with a strong impression and a desire to continue playing. “It was really cool the first time,”...

Sophomore’s language skills grant upperclass course entry

Sophomore’s language skills grant upperclass course entry

TYLER COOPER

May 14, 2018


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Roseville High School sophomore Josh Briscoe has held an interest in language studies since middle school, but his current thorough studies in French have led him to set his sights on new opportunities. Briscoe’s self-taught French skills have advanced enough that he feels confident skipping straight...

Mural Club reaches out to local elementary school

Mural Club reaches out to local elementary school

April 27, 2018


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Roseville High School's mural club recently volunteered at a local elementary school.

AP Stats teachers’ experiences add up

AP Stats teachers’ experiences add up

TYLER COOPER

April 23, 2018


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Roseville High School’s AP Stats teacher Chaudra Wood doesn’t need any math to tell her that two minds are better than one. Thus, she frequently collaborates with her husband and fellow AP Stats teacher, Corey Wood, in finding new and effective ways of teaching students math in the best way possible. According...

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...