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(RILEIGH SHULL / EYE OF THE TIGER)

BATEMAN: Admissions simplified with rank

ELENA BATEMAN March 2, 2020

Within the past couple of months, there’s been talk about potentially getting rid of the class rank within the Roseville Joint Union High School District. Some have claimed that it causes unnecessary...

(RILEIGH SHULL / EYE OF THE TIGER)

PIEDAD: Class rank emphasizes number, not people

NATHAN PIEDAD March 2, 2020

The transcript: it’s seen as a lot of things by students. It’s either a sign of hope or despair, a one-way ticket to either one’s dream school or a nightmare week’s worth of a grounding. These...

DEL VALLE TONOIAN: PASSING PERIOD: the most valuable minutes

DEL VALLE TONOIAN: PASSING PERIOD: the most valuable minutes

JORDAN DEL VALLE TONOIAN February 4, 2020

Roseville High School has the shortest passing period out of any RJUHSD site. Six minutes. Six minutes to dash between two classrooms separated by slender hallways, teeming with over two thousand students,...

(NATHAN SANGRIA / EYE OF THE TIGER)

METTEN: SAT incompatible with principles of education

RYLEY METTEN February 3, 2020

So, it’s the final term of junior year and you’re getting prepared to take the SAT for the first time. You’ve been studying vigorously and are both nervous and excited to take it for this is one...

BATEMAN: Cords, stoles should mean something more

BATEMAN: Cords, stoles should mean something more

ELENA BATEMAN February 3, 2020

This year, the district administration and board have decided that the current senior class will not be walking across Hanson Field, despite decades before us having that opportunity. The students expressed...

(RILEIGH SHULL / EYE OF THE TIGER)

KHUDYAKOV: Raising UC tuition won’t solve the problem

NICOLE KHUDYAKOV February 3, 2020

Truth: the cost of education is rising. Another truth: it's not just our sanity that's at risk. Our wallets (or our parents' wallets or the wallets of our wealthy step-aunt on our mother's side, depending...

LETTERS FROM A SENIOR: Four year plans don’t define what will actually happen

LETTERS FROM A SENIOR: Four year plans don’t define what will actually happen

NATHAN PIEDAD February 3, 2020

Whenever I feel like entertaining myself, I always take out the copy of my four-year plan from before I was even a freshman. I’ve always found it surreal that my plans had virtually derailed as soon...

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EYE OF THE TIGER’S VIEW: Redraw district lines: it’s urgent

EDITORIAL BOARD December 16, 2019

When West Park High School opens next school year, district attendance boundaries will shift to allow West Park residents into the new school. But in doing so, the new lines would wipe out a large portion...

(NATHAN SANGRIA / EYE OF THE TIGER)

KHUDYAKOV: Dual enrollment provides opportunities

NICOLE KHUDYAKOV December 16, 2019

The sky is blue. The earth is round. College is expensive. Is that a surprise? No, just a sad, inescapable reality. Every second of time we spend on Earth draws us closer to the fiery, burning death of...

(ABIGAIL EDMONDSON / EYE OF THE TIGER)

BENNETT: Appreciate the season

DANIELLE BENNETT December 16, 2019

Dear slices of the education system,  Yes. All of you. Colleges, K-12 education and anything else minutely “school-related” that makes like a (donkey) and butts its head into the holiday season...

(ZACHARY GALAMGAM / EYE OF THE TIGER)

SHULL: Underclassmen can handle AP rigor

RILEIGH SHULL December 16, 2019

In every highschooler’s life, it is inevitable to hear about the hardships that many upperclassmen face throughout high school years, especially junior year.    I am halfway through my junior year...

(NATHAN SANGRIA / EYE OF THE TIGER)

PIEDAD: SAT curve subjectivity proves detrimental

NATHAN PIEDAD December 16, 2019

Saturdays are normally for short-lived breaks, but as I exited the doors of Rocklin High School under the dripping December 7 rain, I realized that my break is nothing but a tiny light at the end of the...

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