Eye of the Tiger

HUMANS OF RHS: Michael Silva

HUMANS OF RHS: Michael Silva

NICOLE KHUDYAKOV

December 18, 2017


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Sophomore Michael Silva is a longtime baseball and soccer player. He is part of a family legacy of baseball players, starting with his grandfather. His father’s decision to play soccer also influenced Silva’s desire to participate in the sport. Silva enjoys bonding with both his grandfather and his...

Senior’s passion for dance fuels her college app. process

Senior’s passion for dance fuels her college app. process

NICOLE KHUDYAKOV

December 18, 2017


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Senior Kaylyn Flowers’s decision to attend dance school lead the already time consuming college application process to include a few more steps than that of her classmates. Flowers has long held a passion for dance, as she has taken dance classes for 12 years. She first began when her mother signed...

Holiday Dancin’ Feet backed by experience

Holiday Dancin’ Feet backed by experience

BRIAN NUEVO

December 18, 2017


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RHS alumna and former dance team member Kaleigh Bane returned from college to teach a dance she choreographed for the dance program’s holiday showcase. The dance itself, Medicine, will be just one of a series of dances choreographed by former members of the RHS program. Bane felt honored that RHS...

Maintenance worker decks the halls off campus

Maintenance worker decks the halls off campus

WILL WAGNER

December 18, 2017


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To get into the holiday spirit each Christmas season, maintenance worker Tony Newman regularly puts on a show of over 30,000 lights at his home. Newman has been decorating his home for over 20 years. “I started small, with just a few strings and it’s just gotten bigger over the years,” Newman...

Group of seniors break rave stigma, spread culture

Group of seniors break rave stigma, spread culture

GARRETT SCHAEFFER

December 6, 2017


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While most high schoolers typically enjoy a few parties here and there, a few RHS students seek a slightly different experience. Raves are a different type of party, because, while they contain fast music, flashing lights, and a lot of dancing, they also encourage a positive and friendly environmen...

FOP survivors inspire PLTW students

FOP survivors inspire PLTW students

November 17, 2017


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Fibrodysplasia ossificans progressiva (FOP) affects 3,300 people worldwide -- including Corey Casebolt. Recently, he and his mother Sarah delivered a presentation about FOP to PLTW students in hope of inspiring them to pursue a career in the field of genetics.

BSU enters mentorship program

BSU enters mentorship program

JASMINE LUNAR

November 14, 2017


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Roseville High School’s Black Student Union recently expanded their access to a nation-wide level by introducing a new mentorship opportunity. BSU adviser Keshila Jones developed the idea initially to create a mentorship program for RHS students. She later found herself with the opportunity to bring...

Senior designs Afghan jewelry

Senior designs Afghan jewelry

WILL WAGNER

November 14, 2017


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While most high-schoolers have humble beginnings as employees, often starting with jobs within the food or retail industry, senior Ofsana Popal’s first job working with and designing jewelry goes significantly against the grain. Popal began working with Noor Jewelry, a jewelry store based out of...

HUMANS OF RHS: Trinity Plummer

HUMANS OF RHS: Trinity Plummer

GARRET SCHAEFER

November 14, 2017


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Senior Trinity Plummer spends her days working at her job and stressing out about school. Luckily, to help the stress, Plummer enrolled in the drama class this year for the first time and found sanctuary. The class changed Plummer’s perspective about the school and the students she sees everyday. The...

Global, family experiences shape freshman

Global, family experiences shape freshman

NICOLE KHUDYAKOV

November 14, 2017


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Many tourists deem their visits to foreign countries memorable, once in a lifetime experiences, but freshman Megan Bischof has an intimate familiarity with globetrotting. Bischofs’ father, Daniel Bischof, is a vice embassador for the United States in the small country of Timor-Leste -- also known...

Worden’s class partners with national charity

Worden’s class partners with national charity

KAIA WHITNEY

November 14, 2017


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Roseville High School’s recent work with the charity organization Children of Compassion connected students in the United States with students in Africa. English teacher KC Worden decided to stray away from the original class agenda in order to help cooperate with this new program. While students...

Junior, dad provide aid to victims of Northern California fires

Junior, dad provide aid to victims of Northern California fires

SPENCER SERRATOS

November 1, 2017


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Junior Josh Rebello visited Sonoma in order to provide aid to the victims of the forest fires in Northern California. Rebello went with his father on Sunday, October 15th to provide food and help to those in need. He helped serve food to victims who lost their possessions to the destructive forest f...