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Cortes mixes camaraderie and authority

February 22, 2016


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BY AMY ADAMSON [email protected] Youth Resource Officer Carlos Cortes will be relocated from his position at Roseville High School after completing his five-year assignment, connecting with and helping students across campus. “I really like working with the teens, and with Roseville...

Junior’s charisma shines in circus

February 22, 2016


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BY CLAIRE OERTLY [email protected] Roseville High School junior Joshua Ireland has become a part of the Swan Brothers Circus, alongside his co-host Andy Swan, acting as a clown. The two take on the personas of “Zippy” (Swan) and “Low Tops” (Joshua), the members of the two-man Sw...

School rivalry reignites in “THE GAME 2K16”

February 22, 2016


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BY NATE NGUYEN [email protected] Six Roseville High School sophomores are currently in a basketball rivalry with six Woodcreek High School sophomores, competing for bragging rights in a pickup game known as “THE GAME 2K16”. The rivalry began when RHS sophomore Jamie Bateman got in a di...

ROP fires up alum career

February 22, 2016


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BY VICTORIA WILKINSON [email protected] Former Roseville High School student Joe Mailey is currently training to become a firefighter after being inspired while taking a CTE class (formerly known as ROP) class involving the concepts of fire science/firefighting. Joe is now at the fire aca...

HUMANS OF RHS: Senior Alex Caldwell

February 22, 2016


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Senior Alex Caldwell says he finds serenity in the imaginative world of books. Their lessons have taught him maturity and have given him the opportunity to reconnect with his family after a rebellious childhood. -Rachel Barber “Usually in the past I’ve been really socially inadequate and annoying,...

Sophomore finds new home with varsity basketball family

December 14, 2015


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BY VICTORIA WILKINSON [email protected] Sophomore Joe Cirrincione has been pulled up to play varsity basketball straight after freshman, completely skipping JV. He was on the freshman team last year and proved to be the kind of player RHS’ varsity team needed this year. “He’s a g...

Special needs classes show individual expression during dance holiday show

December 14, 2015


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BY ALBINA BASSARAB [email protected] Roseville High School senior Kevin Carlson’s passion for science has helped inspire the creation of classes and clubs at Roseville High School that have taken its STEM (Science Technology Engineering Math) programs to new levels. Carlson started t...

90s mom by day, 80s rockstar by night

December 14, 2015


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BY GABI HUTSON [email protected]   Who are some of your biggest fashion icons and why? I base my style off of people like Reese Witherspoon and Jennifer Aniston in the 90s because I’m attracted to high waisted pants and baggy, vintage sweaters. How would you describe your aesthetic? My aesthetic is...

Eagle Scout projects aim to improve theaters

December 14, 2015


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BY ALBINA BASSARAB [email protected]   Freshman Garrett Smith is currently improving Roseville High School’s theaters in order to become Eagle Scouts. Eagle Scout is the highest rank attainable in the Boy Scouting division. The Eagle Scout Project is the opportunity for a Boy...

Rec Admin class bridges age gap

December 14, 2015


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BY VICTORIA WILKINSON [email protected] Roseville High School introduced a new class last year called Recreational Admin where RHS students have the opportunity to teach Spanger Elementary School PE classes. PE teacher Melissa Stevens and PE/Rec Admin teacher Emily Dodds approached Sp...

Special needs classes show individual expression during dance holiday show

December 14, 2015


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BY ALBINA BASSARAB [email protected] Principles of Biomedical Science kicked off its first ever term with a murder and the opportunity for students to begin their forensic science career. Students walked into class to find a fake dead body and evidence markers on the floor surrounded b...

Tiger Café catering funds culinary program’s pursuits

November 9, 2015


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BY ALBINA BASSARAB [email protected] Students in Roseville High School’s Culinary and Hospitality Management Program are using the skills taught in their classroom and kitchen lab to cater events. This system provides them with some of the necessary finances to sustain the program. ...