Eye of the Tiger

STEARNS: Deep clean campus, reputation

STEARNS: Deep clean campus, reputation

MIKAYLA STEARNS

April 3, 2017


Filed under Opinion

As a freshman, I wrote an article for Eye of the Tiger that explored how parents and community leaders around the district viewed Roseville High School. Coming into high school, and all throughout middle school to be quite honest, I was told horrible stories of what my future days at RHS would consist...

EYE OF THE TIGER’S VIEW: New pathways unhook schedules

EYE OF THE TIGER’S VIEW: New pathways unhook schedules

EDITORIAL BOARD

March 13, 2017


Filed under Editorials, Opinion, What's New

With freedom grows responsibility. Freshmen since 2013 walked through our gates and found four one-size-fits-all approaches to their high school transition. In order to let students grow, set them free. The former Freshman Pathways program – Freshman Seminar, AVID 9, Positive Power and Pre-AP English...

TAYLOR: Fine line between passion, provocation

TAYLOR: Fine line between passion, provocation

DOMINIC TAYLOR

March 13, 2017


Filed under Opinion

If you have attended a primetime sports event at Roseville High School lately, you are acquainted with the student section. This spirited mass of orange, white and black rages, rants, yells, boos, cheers, and chants the fan-rite-of-passage chant, “I believe that we will win” at every single home...

ROSETTI: Free study aids prepare students

ROSETTI: Free study aids prepare students

JACK ROSETTI

March 13, 2017


Filed under Opinion

Most juniors fill their classes with AP and various rigorous classes. Mine is no exception. Throughout the course of the school year, I am not going to remember every single thing taught to me in each of my AP classes – but that’s not a problem anymore. Teachers started to give out AP prep books...

STEARNS: AP rigor does not equal college reality

STEARNS: AP rigor does not equal college reality

MIKAYLA STEARNS

March 13, 2017


Filed under Opinion

Now, propaganda is a pretty strong word, so let’s say I very easily get caught up in the AP “buzz” here on campus. The majority of my classes this year are APs. Next year they will take up almost 100% of my schedule. I am pushed by my older classmates and my teachers into enrolling in AP classes....

LETTERS FROM A SENIOR: Do your research

LETTERS FROM A SENIOR: Do your research

THALIA BENNETT

March 13, 2017


Filed under Letters From A Senior, Opinion

"It’ll go by faster than you think,” they say. I’ve long believed this wisdom to be overstated and slightly dismissive of the plight of the high school student. As of August 2016, I can personally attest, it does go by faster than you think. Before the Class of 2017 knows it the day will...

BARBER: AP Comp Gov dreams now reality for Class of ‘18

BARBER: AP Comp Gov dreams now reality for Class of ‘18

RACHEL BARBER

March 13, 2017


Filed under Opinion, What's New

I can picture it: my fellow seniors and I, showered in world government knowledge and AP credit. This will become our reality next spring. Two weeks ago, AP government teacher Dana Dooley’s proposal for a weighted term of AP Comparative Government gained district approval. The course will replace...

MULLIGAN: Teacher passion determines student involvement

MULLIGAN: Teacher passion determines student involvement

JOHNNY MULLIGAN

March 13, 2017


Filed under Opinion

As all students come down with an “-itis,” either senioritis or summeritis, teachers need to make sure to continue keeping students engaged and excited with the class. It should go without saying that every teacher should always strive to have an exciting class. This is especially important when...

EYE OF THE TIGER’S VIEW: Teacher political commentary dilutes learning

EYE OF THE TIGER’S VIEW: Teacher political commentary dilutes learning

EDITORIAL BOARD

March 3, 2017


Filed under Editorials, Opinion, What's New

Checking personal beliefs at the door stands as a longtime educational standard. However, following the recent presidential election and an increase in racial hate crimes at Roseville High School, we’ve noticed a jump in the amount of political commentary from staff. Teachers are people. They have...

JOHNSON: Honor past, present black achievements

JOHNSON: Honor past, present black achievements

TARAH JOHNSON

February 27, 2017


Filed under Opinion

While an honorary month celebrating our nation’s most prominent and innovative black leaders, abolitionists, educators is supposed to feel empowering and riveting, I would like the flaring horns and balloons to stop for just one second. This isn’t a demand for an already underappreciated month...

GOMEZ: More captains yields more conflict, greater responsibility

GOMEZ: More captains yields more conflict, greater responsibility

VIVIANA GOMEZ

February 27, 2017


Filed under Opinion

After my final dance team performance last Wednesday at the varsity boys basketball game, I decided to reflect upon my two years being on the team. I have always dreamed of being a dance team captain. Since my freshman year, I knew that I wanted to be on the Roseville High School dance team. The day...

LETTERS FROM A SENIOR: Don’t procrastinate, value time

LETTERS FROM A SENIOR: Don’t procrastinate, value time

DELANEY GRIMES

February 27, 2017


Filed under Letters From A Senior, Opinion

Each spring semester issue, a senior will reflect on an aspect of their experiences at Roseville High School. Guest Delaney Grimes writes the second installment of Letters from a Senior. Time management has been interwoven into each of our lives since we were young. In middle school these skills a...