Eye of the Tiger

HUMANS OF RHS: Abbigale Gordon

HUMANS OF RHS: Abbigale Gordon

TARAH JOHNSON

October 25, 2016


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Senior Abbigale Gordon was born in Jamaica and moved to America at age six in order to have a chance for a better life. Before coming to RHS, Gordon lived in the diverse city of Philadelphia.She finds solace in the Black Student Union and hopes to run her own business someday. "I was born in Jamaica....

Seniors revive Student Organization for Animal Rights

Seniors revive Student Organization for Animal Rights

TARAH JOHNSON

October 24, 2016


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Seniors Isabelle Bautista and Jordan Eaton revived the SOAR club, the Student Organization for Animal Rights, which was discontinued in the 2014-15 school year with then Mr. Brink. The new iteration met for the first time during lunch yesterday. The club’s goal is to advocate for animal rights a...

Students rally in wake of Ortiz’s accident

Students rally in wake of Ortiz’s accident

KENZIE DUNCAN

October 24, 2016


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Looking to support senior Oakmont High School student Julian Ortiz in the wake of a life threatening accident, RHS’ leadership class held a movie night and donated all the proceeds to Ortiz’s GoFundMe account. The night of Oakmont’s homecoming dance, Ortiz got into a near fatal car accident...

Senior twins saddle up

Senior twins saddle up

TARAH JOHNSON

October 24, 2016


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Senior twins Olivia Clouser and Alexis Clouser have devoted their time and found a passion in taking care of horses as a part of the Barn Kid Program led by Brandi Reinert and Steven Des Jardins at Moonrock ranch in Roseville for the past six years. The program is designed to teach kids horse responsibilities in ...

New long-term substitute skydives into RHS

New long-term substitute skydives into RHS

VIKTORIA BARR

October 24, 2016


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Emily Hendersen, a long-term substitute at Roseville High School, has a not-so-usual hobby that has grabbed the attention of her new students and even the attention of some outside of her IM2 classroom. Skydiving has been a part of Hendersen’s life since the age of 18 and continues to play a major r...

Student markets tie-dye shirts

Student markets tie-dye shirts

SPENCER SERRATOS

October 24, 2016


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A group of Roseville High School students have taken it upon themselves to create and model their own brand of tie-dye shirts. Senior Alexia Wade makes and ships her own custom-made tie-dye shirts, while junior Madison Dodson and junior Delaney Rhodes model them. Wade is the owner of Shoplunacy on I...

Junior supports father’s wrestling pursuits

Junior supports father’s wrestling pursuits

JACK ROSETTI

October 24, 2016


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Varsity football player and junior Deion Jennings has had the unique opportunity to enhance his work ethic while bonding with his father. Jennings’ father, Christian Black, has been a professional wrestler for over four years now. Black wrestles for TWF, Total Wrestling Federation, and CWA, Cali...

Smith reaches 10 gallon mark in blood donations

Smith reaches 10 gallon mark in blood donations

KENZIE DUNCAN

October 10, 2016


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Roseville High School English teacher Stuart Smith has donated over 10 gallons of blood through the course of his life. According to Smith, he began donating blood when he was attending high school in Auburn. He then continued donating both through college and after he graduated. In total, Smith has ...

Senior Travis Pavao, family unite in response to sickness

Senior Travis Pavao, family unite in response to sickness

VICTORIA WILKINSON and CLAIRE OERTLY

October 10, 2016


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Roseville High School senior Travis Pavao and his family have been doing as much as they can to help support his three year old little sister, Kraven, who is sick with leukemia. According to Pavao, he first found out about his sister’s condition about a year ago and it immediately took a toll o...

Brothers deepen their bond through scuba diving

Brothers deepen their bond through scuba diving

VIKTORIA BARR

October 10, 2016


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Roseville High School senior James Jones and his brother, sophomore Donovan Jones, have grown up with a love for the sea, inspiring them to explore deeper. They began their scuba diving careers around seven years ago and have been passionate about it ever since. Both James and Donovan learned how to...

HUMANS OF RHS: Dana Studebaker

HUMANS OF RHS: Dana Studebaker

TARAH JOHNSON

October 10, 2016


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Roseville High School Registrar Dana Studebaker is adjusting to both her new position this year in the office and at RHS as a whole. Studebaker’s arrival to the RJUHSD district was due to downsizing at her previous place of employment. She’s excited to start a new chapter in her life "Before I...

Key Club sets goals for the year, seeks unity

Key Club sets goals for the year, seeks unity

MIA BARBOUR

October 10, 2016


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Roseville High School’s Key Club is a student led high school volunteer organization. Key club president Vanessa Quach has many personal plans for the club this year. According to Quach the club has many fresh and new ideas being planned out such as an Inner Club Movie Night as a way for club members...