Eye of the Tiger

Community ‘adopts’ the class of 2020

Community 'adopts' the class of 2020

MAYA BERMAN

May 23, 2020

Due to the health concerns involving COVID-19, seniors this year won’t get to experience many of the traditional celebrations other classes will. But RHS parent Suzie Joseph has created a Facebook page to honor those graduating this year. There, parents, teachers and family can “adopt” a senio...

Students take on RHS trivia games

Student government is working to spark tiger spirit amidst social distancing with RHS-themed Kahoot games.

JOSHUA JONES-TRAMMELL

May 18, 2020

To give students some Roseville High spirit at home amidst the COVID-19 socially distancing, activities director Brent Mattix worked with student government to connect the students, staff and community through trivia games centered around RHS.  “Student government students and I are working on a variety of...

Roseville alumnus creates COVID-inspired step challenge

Roseville alumnus creates COVID-inspired step challenge

NATALIE RUSSELL

April 30, 2020

Roseville alumnus Jason Russell found a unique way to make the most of COVID-19 pandemic experience by encouraging others to go outside and be active. On his social media, Russell created a challenge and asked people to go on walks or jogs and track their steps. They would then send him their numbers and...

Students host Spike Ball tournament, build community

Students host Spike Ball tournament, build community

HUNTER HATCH

March 4, 2020

This article was originally published on March 4 with the incorrect video media. We apologize for this mistake. On Monday February 10th, a large group of RHS students participated in a student-led Spike Ball Tournament. The tournament consisted of a total of 23 teams and 46 players of all grade ...

Freshman skater sparkles on ice

Freshman Caty Sergent keeps her skates sharp as she slides in formation with the rest of her team. Though this
is only a practice, each attempt at learning new choreography takes the utmost concentration.

JULIE NGUYEN and NICOLE KHUDYAKOV

March 2, 2020

  There's a familiar thrill to hearing her teammates shriek, cheer and shout behind the plexiglass as she enters the rink. Each smooth swipe over the ice is greeted with cacophony in the form nine girls in matching Sparklers jackets cheering out, “Caty!” The sound echoes off the walls of a...

Hunting legacy in the clothing industry

The success of Hunt’s Tribe of Creator hoodies encouraged him to move into creating other articles of clothing. Though he currently only
has tentative plans for expansion, Hunt hopes that, given time, he will be a lasting brand within the industry.

BRANDON EASTMAN

March 2, 2020

Junior Tayson Hunt is trying to break into the fashion industry through his new start up clothing brand, “Tribe Of Creators,” with no experience and only one goal: to collaborate with as many artists as possible.  Hunt first received inspiration for the brand in 2016. Though it was his brothe...

BSU marches out to activist causes

Pictured, members of Roseville’s Black Student Union at the Sacramento “March For Our Youth” rally earlier this year. The club meets every
Monday at lunch in room 606.

KASIM JAMIL

March 2, 2020

Roseville’s Black Student Union has taken their activism to the streets through marches, rallies and protests. Senior Amy Chepru is very passionate about her involvement in BSU and social activism in general. BSU makes a special point to attend events as a club in order to foster a stronger sense of community...

Senior starts tuning to new horizons

Senior starts tuning to new horizons

JULIE NGUYEN

February 7, 2020

As chords and tempo blend together, the adept strumming of a skilled musician fills the room. Instruments adorn the space: tucked lovingly under a bed, displayed proudly on the walls like treasured family artifacts. A microphone and keyboard amp dominate valuable tabletop real estate. It’s an unconven...

Crossing the Rubicon: 3 dimensions

Senior Trey Driggs is in the midst of solving a Rubix Cube. Instead of speed, he aims to solve his puzzle cubes in as few moves as possible.

NATHAN PIEDAD

February 3, 2020

The Rubik’s Cube is a childhood staple. A simplistic design conceals hours of idle entertainment posed in the form of a challenge. And senior Trey Driggs is always ready to take on a challenge. Driggs has been “cubing” for almost two years. His first exposure was through a causal purchase of...

Junior David Silva implements league for RHS video game club

Junior David Silva implements league for RHS video game club

NATHAN PIEDAD

January 17, 2020

Sports first comes to mind for many when they think of the idea of a “league” or a “power ranking”. For junior David Silva however, he imagines the clicking of video game controllers in a crowded room. Silva regularly participates in Smash Bros. events, from club tournaments held behind the...

Senior cooks up winning sweet treats

Maddie Rose's baking talents manifested themselves through her flower-pot themed, winning cupcakes.

JAKOB THRUELSEN

January 15, 2020

From a spectator to passionate competitor, senior Madison Rose has developed a sweet spot for baked goods.  Rose has come a long way from the early days of her baking career as an inexperienced student in middle school. She was able to quickly evolve from a novice that just tagged along with her p...

Rec admin tackles teaching P.E. at Maidu

Rec admin tackles teaching P.E. at Maidu

BRANDON EASTMAN

December 18, 2019

Leaving campus could be a strenuous task, but for 4th period rec admin this in their daily schedule. Traditionally, they have only taught at Spanger Elementary, which is within walking distance to RHS. This year, the fourth period class has taken the role as the PE teachers at Maidu Elementary Scho...