Eye of the Tiger

Inform students during lock-down

Inform students during lock-down

DANIELLE BENNETT

March 23, 2018


Filed under Opinion

Without a doubt, anyone on the Roseville High campus this last Wednesday can attest to it being a day to remember. While we’ve heard that deceptively calming chime of the lock-down signal more often than not over the last few weeks, nothing quite gets people’s attention more than the message of ‘ale...

EYE OF THE TIGER’S VIEW: Do not ignore the Campo Street alley

EYE OF THE TIGER’S VIEW: Do not ignore the Campo Street alley

March 20, 2018


Filed under Editorials, Opinion

In the wake of student safety concerns brought about by recent local and national threats, Roseville High School is reevaluating its campus security. In taking progressive steps forward to ensure student safety, it is important to note the Campo Street alley remains a hole on campus, open to threats...

Send RHS emails to relevant recipients

Send RHS emails to relevant recipients

NICOLE KHUDYAKOV

March 20, 2018


Filed under Opinion

Though I am more inclined to make use of my school email than the average high school student, if one were to judge me by the amount of unread messages I have wasting away in my inbox, I would likely be deemed a massively popular person. In reality, though I would like to nod my head and expound at...

Common core books inadequate guidance

Common core books inadequate guidance

ELENA BATEMAN

March 20, 2018


Filed under Opinion

Throughout nearly any Roseville High School student’s career, they have most likely experienced the true horror behind the recently implemented Common Core learning standards. During its tenure, Common Core mandates that students explain every single nuance of their work and answers. Although the creators...

Finance as pre-requisite grants effective motivator

Finance as pre-requisite grants effective motivator

KALE JIBSON and KALE JIBSON

March 19, 2018


Filed under Opinion

Roseville High School administration recently decided that juniors looking to become a teacher’s assistant or hoping to take a fourth period off have to complete the personal finance course in order to become eligible to do so. This is a huge step in the right direction for a number of reasons,...

Walkout conduct requires purpose, respect

Walkout conduct requires purpose, respect

DANIELLE BENNETT

March 19, 2018


Filed under Opinion

A serious tone as people stand huddled in the rain. A stony silence screaming this is not right. Seventeen minutes for 17 lives lost in what was an undeniable tragedy, no matter how someone looks at it. The intended scene of the March 14 student protest against gun violence – with symbolic stillness...

Cancellation of Sadie Hawkins dance unfair for buyers

Cancellation of Sadie Hawkins dance unfair for buyers

TAYLOR DIX

March 7, 2018


Filed under Opinion

Roseville High School decided to bring back the Sadie Hawkins dance this year, and it is isn't going too well. It's doing so poorly that they actually might cancel it days before it’s set to take place due to lack of ticket sales. I have barely heard anyone talk about Sadie Hawkins. This dance ...

Reckless drivers on Berry Street disrupt stability

Reckless drivers on Berry Street disrupt stability

JORDAN DEL VALLE TONOIAN

March 7, 2018


Filed under Opinion

U-turns are illegal on the entirety of Berry Street per city ordinance. This is because of things like what happened today, a four car crash that involved someone making an illegal u-turn, someone driving down the middle turn lane for longer than 200 feet to bypass traffic, which in itself is a violation,...

Slated NGSS Biology necessary innovation

Slated NGSS Biology necessary innovation

DANIELLE BENNETT

February 26, 2018


Filed under Opinion

My preference for sciences with the word “social” in front of them became a defining part of my personality long before I stepped foot on a high school campus, and likely no course or teacher, no matter how extraordinary, could ever change that. However, while attentively taking notes at the February...

Transparent wall benefits need clarification

Transparent wall benefits need clarification

NICOLE KHUDYAKOV

February 26, 2018


Filed under Opinion

In the midst of crisis and tragedy, student safety has become an even greater worry. Building up defensive walls and moving forward with the same unyielding ideas isn’t necessarily enough to keep the real dangers at bay. Clearly, RHS hasn’t quite gotten the memo, because the school plans on adding...

PE policy hinders grade recovery after illness

PE policy hinders grade recovery after illness

JAYDEN MILLER

February 26, 2018


Filed under Opinion

When taking PE, I’m about positive that most people will pass the class as long as they try. It’s an easy class as long as we participate – that’s the main thing teachers care about. But there is a way a student can fail the class even if they put as much effort into each unit and run as possible. I...

LETTERS FROM A SENIOR: Experiment in all areas of interest

LETTERS FROM A SENIOR: Experiment in all areas of interest

BRIAN NUEVO

February 26, 2018


Filed under Letters From A Senior, Opinion

Going into high school I had no idea that I would take part in the programs that I am in today. I walked onto campus as a freshman, ignorant that I would serve as an editor, anchor and photographer for Eye of the Tiger. So don’t be afraid to try new things when you register for classes. In middle...