Eye of the Tiger

NGUYEN: Protester preys on emotions

NGUYEN: Protester preys on emotions

JULIE NGUYEN

August 29, 2018


Filed under Opinion

Recently Roseville High School, or at least, the sidewalk in front of RHS, found itself hosting an anti-LGBTQ+ rights protester. But while I’d like to object and say that the sidewalk in front of a high school should not be considered “public” property, I think I’d rather save that argument for a...

TOWNSEND: Landscaping takes the “Rose” out of Roseville High

TOWNSEND: Landscaping takes the “Rose” out of Roseville High

CLAIRE TOWNSEND

August 23, 2018


Filed under Opinion

Walking onto the campus of Roseville High for the first time since May, something felt off. It didn’t fully click with me until the second day of school; the first full length school day of the year. Walking through the campus, the familiar shade cast by certain trees was missing. It felt… bare, e...

EYE OF THE TIGER’S VIEW: Absenteeism not just a student issue

EYE OF THE TIGER’S VIEW: Absenteeism not just a student issue

EDITORIAL BOARD

May 14, 2018


Filed under Editorials, Opinion

Getting sick, attending a necessary appointment or seeing your kid’s performance or recital are all valid reasons people miss work. Teachers are people and they’re going to miss school for these reasons. This, alone, is not an issue. However, when these absences are compounded with days off for conferences,...

BENNETT: Teacher appreciation week calls for respect

BENNETT: Teacher appreciation week calls for respect

DANIELLE BENNETT

May 14, 2018


Filed under Opinion

My heart melts a little at the concept of Teacher Appreciation Week. Not to be overdramatic, but I have so much respect for those teachers that dedicate unrequired amounts of time to forming as effective a lesson plan as possible or make the effort to truly be there to help a student through school and...

Student bathroom quality, quantity insufficient

Student bathroom quality, quantity insufficient

NICOLE KHUDYAKOV

May 14, 2018


Filed under Opinion

For a school with over 2,000 students running around on a daily basis, our bathrooms have held up very well. No, really. They have. I have seen some truly disgusting bathrooms. I know exactly what they look like, and the ones we have at RHS are luxurious by comparison. Realistically, we should all...

LETTERS FROM A SENIOR: Avoid the senior void

LETTERS FROM A SENIOR: Avoid the senior void

JACK ROSETTI

May 14, 2018


Filed under Letters From A Senior

In all of my years on this planet, I have never heard a more fallacious argument than that of “It’s senior year; you should just go” or something to that effect. Primarily, it pertains to the concept of regret – what we could have done with our fickle time in high school. While it may hold...

LETTERS FROM A SENIOR: Take CC courses

LETTERS FROM A SENIOR: Take CC courses

SINO OULAD-DAOUD

May 14, 2018


Filed under Letters From A Senior, Opinion

I’m not going to offer any sweeping senior advice about how to be the best you can be in high school, nor will I offer the secrets of life or the meaning of the universe. Instead, in light of the many changes in Roseville High School’s curricular dynamic that occured this year, I will give what...

Sober Grad: Seniors offer differing opinions

Sober Grad: Seniors offer differing opinions

JAMIE BATEMAN and COLTON RAYBACK

May 14, 2018


Filed under Opinion

Better options available Every year, seniors debate whether or not they want to pay the hefty price of $100 to attend Sober Grad Night after graduation. While the premise of Sober Grad – saying one last goodbye to all of your classmates before you inevitably go your separate ways – is great, the pric...

SB theme choice lacks democracy

SB theme choice lacks democracy

BRIAN NUEVO

May 14, 2018


Filed under Opinion

In past class-specific dances such as Junior Prom and Senior Ball, a majority vote system has determined the theme of the dances. Student Government announced the theme unexpectedly this year, with it being “Enchanted Forest.” Sure, “Enchanted Forest” sounds enticing at first, but then I wondered...

EYE OF THE TIGER’S VIEW: It’s about time for One-to-One

EYE OF THE TIGER’S VIEW: It’s about time for One-to-One

April 23, 2018


Filed under Editorials, Opinion

Next year, Roseville High School will distribute Chromebooks to freshmen and sophomore classes for at-home and in-class use. In two years, every student at RHS will possess a school-owned device due to the revolutionary district initiative, Digital Equity in Learning. This initiative aims to expand...

KHUDYAKOV: Unreliable calender hinders awareness

KHUDYAKOV: Unreliable calender hinders awareness

NICOLE KHUDYAKOV

April 23, 2018


Filed under Opinion

Here’s a single, somewhat indisputable fact: RHS is a big school with a lot of students. This means it has many classes, activities, and extracurriculars, including the regular day-to-day things that get brought up through fliers, announcements, and word of mouth here and there. Student events and...

MEDRANO: ROAR buck use nullifies improved student store

MEDRANO: ROAR buck use nullifies improved student store

CAM MEDRANO

April 23, 2018


Filed under Opinion

I will never forget my first ROAR buck, bestowed upon me after a French 1 presentation. Until that moment, I had no idea those orange slips of paper even existed. Let’s just say I got over this reward pretty fast. Something about the slip’s coined phrase, “RHS swag” took away any interest in...