Eye of the Tiger

Creative writing class hosts annual poetry cafe

Creative writing class hosts annual poetry cafe

MEGAN HUBER

March 21, 2019


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At every midterm and final, the creative writing class gathers together in their poetry cafe in room 913 and read poems they’ve written during the semester to their classmates. The poetry cafe creates insight for those in the class to understand at a different depth the things running in their c...

Freshman celebrates fifth year cancer free

Freshman celebrates fifth year cancer free

VINNY JORDAN

March 20, 2019


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Five years ago, Hailey Joseph woke up from a six hour surgery with her teary eyed mother at her side. Her family’s long held suspicions had finally been confirmed. Joseph had just been diagnosed with thyroid cancer. “[I] asked my mom if I do or don’t [have it], she looked at me, started crying,...

Campbell hones canine tactics

Campbell hones canine tactics

JAYDEN MILLER

March 12, 2019


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While dog shows don’t usually feature in everyone’s list of favorite childhood memories, RHS junior Catherine Campbell can thank dog shows for lighting the way to her future career. Campbell has always had her love for animals to guide her, but it didn’t grow into a passion, or an option for a...

Sophomore guides dog into new role

Sophomore guides dog into new role

MEGAN HUBER

March 7, 2019


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Oftentimes, there’s a feeling of dread associated with mom or dad coming home with what they consider to be a great idea. Luckily, for sophomore Brandon Eastman, that great idea came with a puppy attached. Earlier this year, Eastman’s mom announced that the family was going to take on the momentous and...

Drama teacher acts on experience

Drama teacher acts on experience

AJ WELKER

March 5, 2019


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“That doesn’t matter, you have life experience!” It’s a line from Little Shop of Horrors, the first musical new drama teacher Jennifer Dithridge-Saigeon is directing at Roseville High School. Nothing could ring more true for Saigeon herself. Though she now finds herself a seasoned drama teacher...

Teacher thinks on her feet, gets book deal

Teacher thinks on her feet, gets book deal

MEGAN HUBER

February 22, 2019


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RHS dance teacher Dawn Kenniston brought her dance floor mindset into her lifestyle after taking a leap into becoming a published author with her children’s book, That Rat Can Tap! The book features a boy named Parker - named after Kenniston’s own son -- who has a dream about rats living in the...

HUMANS OF RHS: Shaelene Wortham

HUMANS OF RHS: Shaelene Wortham

NICOLE KHUDYAKOV

February 20, 2019


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  Sophomore Shaelene Wortham has big plans for her future in theater. As a child, she gravitated toward the performing arts, despite her parents pushing to see her in a sports uniform. After acting in Intertwined, Wortham’s perception of her ability as an actress shifted. Next month, Wortham will be...

Junior shoots for higher archery status

Junior shoots for higher archery status

RILEIGH SHULL

February 19, 2019


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Six years ago, young Aubree Hernandez visited her grandfather’s home in Oregon on a family trip, unknowingly setting herself on a path that would last years into the future. Looking back as a junior, she can target her passion of archery as having begun during the course of that very trip, through...

Sophomore takes TikTok day by day

Sophomore takes TikTok day by day

NICOLE KHUDYAKOV

February 15, 2019


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In this digital age, many students find ways to express themselves online. However, for RHS Sophomore Lauren Wilson, her creative outlet has earned her many followers on the social media app Tik Tok.    Wilson’s made her first TikTok at a sleepover with a friend and the video went viral, accruing...

RHS Theatre Company recognized for talent at Lenaea

RHS Theatre Company recognized for talent at Lenaea

JORDAN DEL VALLE TONOIAN

February 5, 2019


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Last weekend, Roseville High School Theatre Company showcased several students in competitions ranging from monologues to musical performances at the 2019 Lenaea High School Theatre Festival. Musical Theatre competition participant Alesandra Cariaga performed I'd Give My Life For You from the musi...

Students volunteer, develop and strengthen bonds

Students volunteer, develop and strengthen bonds

NICOLE KHUDYAKOV

January 31, 2019


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RHS students from the religious organization Young Life visited a forest camp called Woodleaf this weekend to serve as a work crew. The students helped serve the campers and give to the community, as well as connect with each other. Junior Reilley Hayes was among the student volunteers who participated. “Even...

Teacher and student share passion for footwear

Teacher and student share passion for footwear

RILEIGH SHULL

January 27, 2019


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We all have our interesting hobbies, but not all of our hobbies involve what we wear on our feet. These next two members of Roseville High School might know what it’s like to walk in other’s shoes from sharing their unique interests. Math teacher Corey Fukuman and Junior Ian Stauffer are your aver...