Eye of the Tiger

VARLAMOV: Construction breeds discontent on campus

VARLAMOV: Construction breeds discontent on campus

JONATHAN VARLAMOV

September 12, 2019

Roseville’s campus is known for a lot of things, its complicated network of classrooms and its unique campus culture; Roseville is unarguably an entity to be reckoned with. However, as of last Spring, Roseville welcomed a new (and, some would say, unwelcome) guest.  You are walking from the ...

Chromebooks prove inadequate

Chromebooks prove inadequate

NATHAN PIEDAD

September 9, 2019

You’ve never owned a desktop computer in your life. Or you did, but it’s an old box that ran Windows XP which you’re sure was put together before you were even born. So how convenient was it when everyone in your class got a Chromebook⁠⁠—the luxury of at home access to the internet not ...

DEL VALLE TONOIAN: Not enough time

DEL VALLE TONOIAN: Not enough time

JORDAN DEL VALLE TONOIAN

April 26, 2019

With construction of the auxiliary gym beginning, there was bound to be some intrusion on campus. All talk of it has been mostly positive, even from me, and I’m glad that we’re getting new facilities. I was actually jealous of Antelope and Oakmont getting their new facilities before us. But now...

LEDBETTER: Firewall reduces value of Chromebooks

LEDBETTER: Firewall reduces value of Chromebooks

ASHLYN LEDBETTER

April 25, 2019

Most students of Roseville High School have, or will have, a school Chromebook, and most students of Roseville High School know that these Chromebooks are extremely restricted on which sites they can visit. Now, I understand why we block sites like Netflix and game sites, as those can often be a distraction...

BENNETT: Goodbye Lake Roseville, somehow you will be missed

BENNETT: Goodbye Lake Roseville, somehow you will be missed

DANIELLE BENNETT

April 23, 2019

Dear Lake Roseville, Oh how I’ll miss you. In truth I didn’t even get to say goodbye. You were all dried up the last day I walked through the staff parking lot with a camera and a source, trying to find a place to escape the noise of construction workers putting up fences. Alas, I could not, and...

WELKER: State science test experiments on seniors

WELKER: State science test experiments on seniors

AJ WELKER

April 9, 2019

Juniors just wrapped up the California Assessment of Student Performance and Progress (CAASPP), that seemingly meaningless standardized testing that finds new ways to make students feel worse about themselves. Now all sophomores, juniors and seniors are preparing for the California Science Test (CAST),...

EYE OF THE TIGER’S VIEW: CAASPP, Testing students for testing’s sake

EYE OF THE TIGER’S VIEW: CAASPP, Testing students for testing’s sake

EDITORIAL BOARD

April 8, 2019

In elementary school, there was nothing more exciting than the opportunity to chew gum on a campus that had banned its presence entirely. If you were graced with the pleasure, your teacher had snuck in a couple packs to class to compensate for the even stricter rules that were about to follow. All of...

BATEMAN: Every Fifteen Minutes must come back

BATEMAN: Every Fifteen Minutes must come back

ELENA BATEMAN

April 5, 2019

Four years ago, Roseville High school experienced its last Every 15 Minutes assembly. In Every 15 Minutes roughly a dozen seniors would be pulled out of class to theoretically represent one student dying every 15 minutes from drunk driving. A teacher would then read their obituary to the class, someone...

THRUELSEN: Legitimate career choices undervalued

THRUELSEN: Legitimate career choices undervalued

JAKOB THRUELSEN

April 4, 2019

Currently I am a junior at RHS and as I’ve been progressing through my classes since freshman year, I’ve noticed something that keeps occuring. There is a lot of persuasion to get students to take AP classes so they can try to get into great colleges. There are flyers, people visiting from different...

Queue cutters should not be tolerated

Queue cutters should not be tolerated

KEVIN AIKEN

April 1, 2019

Imagine this: you’re in your third period class, the bell is about to ring for lunch and you are excited to get in line early and get your lunch. Well think again. In reality, the bell rings and you meander your way through the crowd of people in the art wing. You are near the amphitheater in...

Homework load forces unfair choice

Homework load forces unfair choice

LIZZIE PELZMAN

March 27, 2019

As the spring term continues, students have to manage a substantial homework load, especially if these students are in an AP class and extracurriculars like sports as well. The result: students are having to sacrifice sleep in order to maintain a good grade in a class. Medical professionals say that...

Personal finance’s potential wasted

Personal finance’s potential wasted

March 25, 2019

The personal finance course is a waste of time. Yup, one of the only things in school that can try to prepare us for life after high school is a waste of time. Schools should take responsibility in teaching their students the majority or all of the information within the personal finance course, otherwise...