Eye of the Tiger

Senior works toward firefighting aspirations

Senior works toward firefighting aspirations

JASMINE LUNAR

October 23, 2017


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When students are faced with the end of their high school careers and the need to define what they will be doing in the real world, many struggle to find a career they want to be their passion for life. Unlike many of his peers, senior CK Catilus has a fixed goal in mind and is prepared to set those...

Junior finds confidence in motocross

Junior finds confidence in motocross

SPENCER SERRATOS

October 23, 2017


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Junior Amy Adamson has a long-standing passion for riding dirt bikes. According to Adamson, she was introduced to motocross at a young age by her stepdad. “I started when I was eight or nine and my step dad did it,” Adamson said. “So when him and my mom got married he introduced us to motocross...

Student doubles up on extracurriculars

Student doubles up on extracurriculars

KAIA WHITNEY

October 23, 2017


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Though some may think being in two places at once is impossible, they’ll have think again after meeting freshman Brielle Wilton – a girl who really can do it all. By juggling being both a member of the dance team, as well as participating in marching band, Wilton is contributing nearly all of...

HUMANS OF RHS: Logan Mccaustland

HUMANS OF RHS: Logan Mccaustland

NICOLE KHUDYAKOV

October 23, 2017


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Freshman Logan Mccaustland frequently finds himself moving from place to place, along with his mother, in order to keep up with his dad’s job. He is able to adapt to each new environment and make friends wherever he is. While moving may be difficult, Mccaustland understands that his father’s responsibilities...

HUMANS OF RHS: Luis Zarate

HUMANS OF RHS: Luis Zarate

RACHEL BARBER

October 2, 2017


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Junior Luis Zarate is currently working on his communication skills in Spanish, French and Chinese. After moving from Los Angeles to Roseville over a year ago, he has realized the value of working to understand different languages to better understand people. -Rachel Barber   "When you...

Dance program outreach

Dance program outreach

STAFF REPORT

October 2, 2017


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For the past two weeks, the RHS dance program has been visiting local elementary schools in their mission to reach out to the children in their community. As part of a yearly project, groups of dancers tour these schools and conduct dance shows for the kids, giving them a chance to enjoy themselve. As...

Robotix joins new league

Robotix joins new league

KAIA WHITNEY

October 2, 2017


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The Robotix club has recently decided to join a new competition league. After only participating in the FTC league for the past four years, Robotix club advisor John Fuller has officially decided to get his club members more involved in the robotics community by creating a VEX team, as well. While...

Color guard, band students learn ASL

Color guard, band students learn ASL

DANIELLE BENNETT

October 2, 2017


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While numerous students fill RHS’ Spanish and French classes for their secondary language education, a group of students from color guard and band have taken it upon themselves to broaden their language horizons just a little bit more, in the form of American Sign Language. Unlike Roseville, Del...

Twins take on literary mag

Twins take on literary mag

JASMINE LUNAR

October 2, 2017


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Seniors Anna and Kelly Pratt are twins, but their outer appearance only compliments their shared inner passion for literature and writing. Both hold active roles in Roseville High’s Creative Writing club, with Anna serving as president and Kelly as treasurer. Though Anna was always an avid reader,...

Science teacher adopts hedgehog as class pet

Science teacher adopts  hedgehog as class pet

WILL WAGNER

October 2, 2017


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The prickly attitude and sharp demeanor of science teacher Jeffrey Underwood’s latest class addition is also responsible for the hissing and purring noises emanating from the classroom. Since arriving earlier this month, in fact, Delilah the hedgehog has really been the talk of RM 703. Delilah was...

Sophomore shows SPCA support with art

Sophomore shows SPCA support with art

KAIA WHITNEY

October 2, 2017


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Roseville High School sophomore Julie Nguyen donated some of her artwork to be auctioned off at this year’s annual Barktoberfest, run by the Placer SPCA. Nguyen, a self-taught artist, has never taken an art class in her life.She coached herself and developed the artistic abilities she has today...

Andreatta’s son surprises dad with visit

Andreatta’s son surprises dad with visit

DANIELLE BENNETT

September 20, 2017


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After nine months apart, social science teacher Mark Andreatta’s son, John-Mark Andreatta, surprised him with a trip back from the navy last Tuesday. Since John-Mark has spent the last two years stationed in Bahrain in the Persian Gulf as a Master at Arms Third Class, the two have not been together...