Eye of the Tiger

Cheerleaders advance to collegiate level

Cheerleaders advance to collegiate level

CLAIRE OERTLY and VICTORIA WILKINSON

May 30, 2017


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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


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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


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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...

Junior’s mentoring experience hits home

Junior’s mentoring experience hits home

VIKTORIA BARR

May 8, 2017


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Just three days old, Roseville High School junior Aleyna Camacho was rushed into open heart surgery due to congenital heart disease. Although burdened with a potentially life-threatening illness, this would lead to life lasting relationships and the ability to help people with similar obstacles....

Senior to experience Macedonian culture as youth ambassador

Senior to experience Macedonian culture as youth ambassador

TARAH JOHNSON

April 3, 2017


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As the school year ebbs to a close, the possibilities of new beginnings in a foreign environment start to reach the horizon for senior Juliette Oliver. Oliver won a foreign exchange scholarship to be a youth ambassador in Macedonia through the Kennedy Lugar Youth Exchange and Student Abroad Program. The program ...

Senior goes extra mile for family

Senior goes extra mile for family

ZACH JOSE and WILL WAGNER

April 3, 2017


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Senior Jessica VanDerHaegen ran in support of her grandmothers, her uncle and her aunt, and did so alongside hundreds of other cancer survivors and fighters. VanDerHaegen ran the “Shamrock’n half marathon on March 12, a benefit for a Triumph Cancer Foundation. Triumph is a non-profit organ...

Junior to jumpstart life with early graduation

Junior to jumpstart life with early graduation

CLAIRE OERTLY and VICTORIA WILKINSON

April 3, 2017


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While her friends are getting excited to start their senior year, Roseville High School junior Korissa Cedre is preparing to go off to college in the fall. Cedre made the decision to graduate early when she was looking at credit requirements and realized that she almost had enough. “It was towards...

Culinary students sharpen skills through professional competition

Culinary students sharpen skills through professional competition

SPENCER SERRATOS AND GARRET SCHAFER

April 3, 2017


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The Roseville High School culinary program sent 5 students to Pomona California for the ProStart Culinary Competition. The competition took place on Sunday, March 19, and Monday, March 20. The students who competed were seniors Zaniya Jones, Johniece Jones, Kimberly Diaz, Brianna Hithe, and Oliver...

Friends’ positivity breaks rave stigma

Friends’ positivity breaks rave stigma

TARAH JOHNSON

March 14, 2017


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Flashing lights overtake the venue. Heartbeats match to the thrumming beat of EDM music blasting through every orifice. For Roseville High School seniors Olivia Munns and Lexi Harrison, this out of body experience is none other than a rave. A large dance party featuring performances by DJs and occasionally...

Crabtree experiences Cuban culture firsthand

Crabtree experiences Cuban culture firsthand

VICTORIA BARR

March 13, 2017


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Upon entering the once-forbidden country of Cuba this past winter break, Roseville High School social science teacher Carol Crabtree’s six months of preparation – including special visas, cultural exchange itineraries and diaries – seemed to be worthwhile. Crabtree always had a desire to visit...

Club honors campus women

Club honors campus women

EDDY SOTOMAYOR

March 13, 2017


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Roseville High School’s League of Women handed out roses to female teachers and students on campus to celebrate International Women’s Day last week. According to club advisor and English teacher Denise Weis, the club is a great way for girls to come together and share experiences. “It ...

Local Youth Commission gives voice to students

Local Youth Commission gives voice to students

ZACH JOSE

March 13, 2017


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For a select group of Roseville High School students, the issues that affect our community’s youth is pressing enough to join a special organization in an attempt to find solutions. Senior Morgan Fenn-Jamison, sophomore Thwisha Gurunurthy and junior Mehak Chahal are all part of the Placer County Yo...