Eye of the Tiger

CLAIRE MCKEAG ‘ME, CLAIRE MCKEAG’

May 2, 2016

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What do you like most about being an artist? I like the freedom of expression, and it’s limitless. You can do whatever you want. You don’t have to be good as long as you convey your emotions and what you want to convey. I like it because when I’m in a bad mood, or however I’m feeling I can draw it on paper. It’s cool to look back and remember how you felt or what...

When seniors don’t return

May 2, 2016

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Over the past five years, there have been at least 80 Roseville High School student-athletes with at least one year of varsity experience that have not played during their senior years. Coaches and athletic programs feel the effects of the lack of experience and leadership that seniors provide. BY MEGAN ANDERSON [email protected].com For at least the past five years, several Roseville Hig...

FRANCESCA B0NOMO ‘QUEEN OF FREEDOM’

May 2, 2016

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When did you become interested in art? I became interested in art my freshman year when I decided to take a class. What do you like most about being an artist? I like that I can put my imagination onto a paper and make it real. How would you describe your style of art? My style is portraits and surrealism. What do you enjoy about art? I like painting and having fun with i...

ALONDRA RENTERIA ‘ALONDRA’

May 2, 2016

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What do you enjoy most about art? I like how you can use different mediums and how you don’t have to stick with one medium, even if you use paint on a canvas or if you’re doing pencil you can use colored pencil. I think it’s really cool that you don’t have to stick to one thing, there are no rules. Does anything inspire you when you paint? I would have to say everything arou...

Black artists bring needed attention to cultural issues

February 22, 2016

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BY TARAH JOHNSON [email protected] This year’s Black History Month has completely opened up the stage for African-American artists, with big stars like Beyoncé and Kendrick Lamar producing more and more works of black excellence. Both of these prestigious artists have made their marks on not only black America but the rest as the nation as well, preaching...

Student talents shine onstage

February 22, 2016

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Drama students impress in Seedfolks BY CLAIRE OERTLY AND VICTORIA WILKINSON [email protected] Roseville High School’s Theater Company performed a production of the one-act play Seedfolks by Paul Fleischman. The one night only production occurred on Feb. 19 and proved to be eye opening and unique. The play involved intense emotions regarding a special g...

Deadpool lacks professionalism

February 22, 2016

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BY VICTORIA WILKINSON [email protected] Deadpool, the Marvel film which has been highly anticipated by many, came out Feb. 12. While some people found it to be obnoxious and juvenile, the movie was humorous with a somewhat intriguing plot line, depending on your sense of humor. A lot of the jokes and references made throughout the film were ill-humored and...

The Life of Pablo mixes West’s past

February 22, 2016

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BY BEN FURDEK [email protected] Rapper Kanye West released his long-awaited studio album, The Life of Pablo exclusively to TIdal, the subscription-based music-streaming service. It’s an intentionally messy album of many different styles, feelings and artists. There are parts of this album that make you feel like you’re in church, parts that feel like you...

Drama students impress in Seedfolks

February 22, 2016

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BY CLAIRE OERTLY AND VICTORIA WILKINSON [email protected] Roseville High School’s Theater Company performed a production of the one-act play Seedfolks by Paul Fleischman. The one night only production occurred on Feb. 19 and proved to be eye opening and unique. The play involved intense emotions regarding a special garden that each character had a p...

SMITH: Continue preparations for textbook transition

February 22, 2016

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BY ANDREW SMITH [email protected] Roseville Joint Union High School District should continue making preparations for inevitable adjustments to the Williams Act. Rather than wait to make a hasty transition over to digital forms of instructional material, prepare what will be needed for efficient transition now. The Williams Act, passed in 2004, in part to ensur...

Biomed project simulates real world forensic field

February 1, 2016

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by RACHEL BARBER [email protected] Principles of Biomedical Science kicked off its first ever term with a murder and the opportunity for students to begin their forensic science career. Students walked into class to find a fake dead body and evidence markers on the floor surrounded by crime scene tape. PBS teacher Erin Granucci took the lead in the biomed portio...

District to purchase $1.9 million in Chromebooks in push toward 1:1

February 1, 2016

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BY ANILA LIJO [email protected] Roseville Joint Union High School District board is investing $1.9 million in chromebook acquisition for all six schools to work toward getting a 1:1 ratio of a piece of technology to every student. This money would get the district down to an 8:1 ratio of students to chromebooks. According to director of business services Joseph ...