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Eye of the Tiger

FURDEK: Replace after-school stagnation with involvement

February 1, 2016


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BY MADDY FURDEK [email protected] Whenever I find myself on campus after school between 2:30 p.m. and 7:00 p.m., I often will see students hanging out on campus feeling like they don’t have anything to do. While I understand that there are times students can’t get a ride home right aw...

MULLIGAN: Insolent weight room use distasteful

February 1, 2016


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BY JOHNNY MULLIGAN [email protected] New facilities on campus are used as much as the weight room. At some point, almost all athletes spend time in the weight room. Being on the football team and previously on the wrestling team, I have spent a large amount of time in that room. Th...

BEAMAN: Intro to engineering offers refreshingly hands-on experience

February 1, 2016


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BY BLAKE BEAMAN [email protected] Project Lead The Way: Intro to Engineering, a course introduced at Roseville High School this year, is a hands on, interactive project-based class that strays from the established note-taking format that so many curriculums on campus predominantly revolv...

EARL: Find other avenues to promote completion of Financial Literacy

February 1, 2016


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BY EMILY EARL [email protected] As seniors already know from either the emails, phone calls or classroom visits made by admin, we are the first class required to complete the Personal Finance course. And we also know that if we do not complete the course we will lose the “privilege” o...

REA: Clearing up the misconceptions about senioritis

February 1, 2016


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BY MONIQUE REA [email protected] High school students could basically be separated into two groups: those who do their work and those who have fallen down the path of a slacker. However, as a senior, I and many others in my class have another quite valid excuse for our lack of motivation: ...

BARBER: Impatience only hinders IM2 development

February 1, 2016


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BY RACHEL BARBER [email protected] When an average of 21 percent of students fail three sections of Integrated Math 2, there is an obvious need for change. IM2 students found the newly implemented curriculum difficult to adapt to, contributing to the high fail rates seen across IM2 class...

FURDEK: Scholarship specifics too personal for public display

February 1, 2016


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BY MADDY FURDEK [email protected]news.com As the spring semester begins and seniors begin to receive the large, colorful vanilla folders in their mailboxes containing an acceptance letter to the university of their dreams, it’s hard to contain the excitement. Many students take the opportunit...

GUEST PIECE: No spring term AP Gov credit frustration justified

December 14, 2015


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BY ASHLEY BERTHOLF AND NILAB HABIB [email protected] To be totally honest, our class as a whole is pretty upset with everything surrounding the situation regarding Advanced Placement credits in the AP Government and Economics block. Starting this school year, the seniors that opted into t...

EYE OF THE TIGER’S VIEW: Court changes risk female majority

December 14, 2015


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Changes to the court selection process meant to promote equal representation of the student population could potentially be the start down a slippery slope toward a female-dominated court system. One of the most prominent revisions to the existing dance court system includes a discontinuation of the...

MORIN: Grade bump policies need consistency among teachers

December 14, 2015


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BY TOMMY MORIN [email protected] With the fall term coming to an end, students are scrambling to get their grades together, trying to get that little bump to boost up a letter grade. Whether it be turning in late work or working on extra credit projects, everyone is grinding out their l...

DOOLITTLE: Holiday generosity popular for self gain

December 14, 2015


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BY ALEXX DOOLITTLE [email protected] Although good deeds are often done by good people, I’m starting to notice that kind hearts and generosity are more of trends and tedious obligations to younger generations than a social responsibility. Something I recently learned in my psychology...

TRAN: Value experiences over social media

December 14, 2015


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  BY NATALIE TRAN [email protected] Everyone nowadays feel the pull of our cell phones and the urge to get updated. Almost every facet of our lives is connected to our phones in some respect and this need to check it makes sense. This becomes a larger problem, though, when we are more co...