Eye of the Tiger

DEL VALLE TONOIAN: Not enough time

DEL VALLE TONOIAN: Not enough time
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...

LEDBETTER: Firewall reduces value of Chromebooks

LEDBETTER: Firewall reduces value of Chromebooks
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....

BENNETT: Goodbye Lake Roseville, somehow you will be missed

BENNETT: Goodbye Lake Roseville, somehow you will be missed
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...

WELKER: State science test experiments on seniors

WELKER: State science test experiments on seniors
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....

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
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...

BATEMAN: Every Fifteen Minutes must come back

BATEMAN: Every Fifteen Minutes must come back
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...

THRUELSEN: Legitimate career choices undervalued

THRUELSEN: Legitimate career choices undervalued
College is not the only post-secondary option for students
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...

Queue cutters should not be tolerated

Queue cutters should not be tolerated
School admin needs to step in and enforce etiquette
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...

Homework load forces unfair choice

Homework load forces unfair choice
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...

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...

LETTERS FROM A SENIOR: Ask the important questions

LETTERS FROM A SENIOR: Ask the important questions
March 22, 2019

Coming into High school as a freshman, I thought it was going to be the hardest four years of my life. I was never so wrong. High school is nothing like the movies or the many TV shows that have 25 year...

WELKER: Senioritis hits as teachers press on

WELKER: Senioritis hits as teachers press on
As college acceptance letters roll in, seniors should not check out
March 21, 2019

It’s Christmas in March for seniors: gifts in the form of college acceptance letters flood mailboxes... and school, for seniors, is out. Even though an entire quarter of the 2018-2019 school year...

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