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IMAGE DEPICTS HEIDI HALL DIVIDING OPPOSING SIDES OF THE COMMUNITY WITH POLITICS

HANDLING: Hall stands wrong

NATHAN HANDLING, EDITOR-IN-CHIEF September 13, 2021

For the past year, the RJUHSD school board has been at odds with district stakeholders, including, but not limited to the teacher's union, the majority of parents and the majority of students. This has...

LETTERS FROM A SENIOR: Expand Your Friend Group

LETTERS FROM A SENIOR: Expand Your Friend Group

MAYA BERMAN May 18, 2021

“Don’t be afraid of new beginnings. Don’t shy away from new people, new energy, new surroundings. Embrace new chances at happiness.” – Billy Chapata.  It can be said that easily one of the...

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Give Us a Break

Evan Oukrop May 18, 2021

High schools should extend summer break. Over the years, high schools have seen summers shrunk week by week. Summer break has shaved off at least two weeks in the last decade or two. Students and teachers...

Bringing Politics to the Classroom

Bringing Politics to the Classroom

Tyler Bradford May 3, 2021

There should be a politics elective class. Politics are pretty important to learn about and understand in today's time. Why is politics important you might ask? Well, it's the structure of the country,...

Tests Should Be Open Note

Tests Should Be Open Note

Tyler Bradford April 26, 2021

Before COVID hit, most schools held tests with everyone in the classroom taken at the same time, and rules were strictly enforced.  With the COVID-19 pandemic in the way, classes changing, and people...

Surviving in the Financial Jungle

Surviving in the Financial Jungle

Evan Oukrop April 21, 2021

A student’s high school years are intended to prepare us for life after school.  At age 18, high school seniors are technically “adults,” yet most of us are not fully equipped to easily survive...

Internet Restrictions Need to Change

Internet Restrictions Need to Change

Caulen Wright April 4, 2021

In every class of mine and everyone else’s we have to use the internet. And for classes like English or History, it’s imperative to be able to watch videos online or access certain websites to get...

Too Many Exit Surveys

Too Many Exit Surveys

NATALIE RUSSELL April 4, 2021

Due to Zoom classes, students have a daily exit survey for all of their classes.  It has been a reasonable requirement when cameras and mics are off all class period over Zoom, so teachers can make sure...

Revising a Time Honored Tradition

Revising a Time Honored Tradition

Evan Oukrop March 17, 2021

Graduation speeches should not only be for the class valedictorian and salutatorian.  The final ceremonial speech that typically reminisces our high school careers and contemplates the possibilities of...

Athletes Playing Two Sports

Athletes Playing Two Sports

KRIS JIBSON March 17, 2021

The 2020 - 2021 school year has had a lot of twists and turns with sports related  issues. Many athletes throughout the county have almost gone a full year without playing a high school sport.  With...

Roseville High School is closed due to the COVID-19 crisis. A parking lot that would have otherwise been full is empty.

A Quiet School Year

JOSHUA JONES-TRAMMELL March 4, 2021

It's only because of concerns for the health of my parents that I attend virtual school, therefore I operate for Eye of the Tiger from the floor of my bedroom eating Reese's Cups at eight in the morning,...

There Should Be More School Spirit

There Should Be More School Spirit

MAYA BERMAN February 25, 2021

We’re coming up to the one year mark since schools shut down due to Covid. Throughout the past year, we’ve seen how everyone has changed and adapted to these new and strenuous conditions. Despite the...

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