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RHS takes on Valentine’s Day

RHS takes on Valentine’s Day

Mycah Goodwin, Staff Reporter

February 14, 2019

Filed under 2018-2019, Showcase

Valentine's Day originated from the ancient Romans who slaughtered two men on February 14 named Valentine. Emperor Claudius II outlawed love while Valentine continued to perform marriage ceremonies which eventually led to his death. Heh, how lovely.. Presumably everyone has the idea of love, romance, gifts, and a loved one for Valentine’s Day, but what if that is not how we all feel? We asked a few of our fellow students and even some staff members about what they had to say. Have you ever wondered if adults preferred to celebrate Valentine’s differently? Or even how they fee...

French Honor Society spends day with Project Challenge

French Honor Society spends day with Project Challenge

February 13, 2019

On Monday, Feb. 11, French Honor Society went to Kaiser Elementary School for part of the day to teach teacher Nancy Gitter’s Project Challenge students about French. They discussed facts about the Eiffel Tower, had the kids build a model of the tower, and finished with a discussion on why the students should go on to study French. This is the first year for French Honor Society at RHS, and the main goal of the club is to get outreach to the community about the benefits and fun of learning French. French teacher and club advisor Amy Bourgeois and club president E...

Girls Basketball becomes MAC Silver Champs

Girls Basketball becomes MAC Silver Champs

February 8, 2019

          On Thursday Feb. 8, Our own lady panthers became MAC Silver Champions.  The girls remain undefeated, advancing to compete against South Lake at 7pm on Monday. The girls kept a steady lead throughout the entire game, dominating throughout each quarter. Senior  Debraya Edwards scored 11 points, with 13 rebounds, and seven steals, Junior Mycah Goodwin scored 10 points with four rebounds and three steals, and Junior Grace Magee had five points, with eight rebounds and two blocks.    “We played great, we gave it our all and played our hearts out. Everyone o...

December Issue

February 7, 2019

Filed under 2018-2019, 2018-2019, Printed Issues

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Patriots win the lowest scoring Superbowl in history

Patriots win the lowest scoring Superbowl in history

February 4, 2019

Superbowl LIII was not exactly what fans expected this year. Not only was it the lowest scoring superbowl, but the New England Patriots came on top with tons of doubt from fans beforehand. The Los Angeles Rams had young talent to feature and put to the test with #16 quarterback Jared Goff. This was going to set the Patriots’ dynasty up higher than before and have everyone question if quarterback #12 Tom Brady is actually going to retire or not. In the first quarter, wide receiver #84 Cordarrelle Patterson ran the first play of the game (a completed 38 yards). Soon ...

Girls varsity basketball defeats Lamphere while celebrating parent night

Girls varsity basketball defeats Lamphere while celebrating parent night

January 25, 2019

On Jan. 24, 2019, the Lady Panthers accomplished another win against Lamphere high school. The final score was 57-33, with a dominant panther lead throughout the game. The first quarter score was a total of 16 points overall. Some individual highlights included senior Debraya Edwards with 23 points, 12 rebounds, five steals, also senior Jo’el Stump with 13 points, five rebounds, and four steals overall. The first half score was a total of 25 points. Sophomore Olivia Vanderham scored five points, eight assists, and five steals in the game. The panthers scored 41 points o...

The varsity Panthers continue their win streak against Eisenhower

The varsity Panthers continue their win streak against Eisenhower

January 24, 2019

On Jan. 22, 2019, varsity Panther’s basketball defeated Eisenhower High school with a final score of 79-53. At the end of the first quarter, the panthers scored a total of 18 points. Senior John Okomadu scored 17 points and 13 rebounds overall. Senior Deshaun Wright scored 16 points and 11 rebounds. As the game progressed, the intensity heightened. As the first half ended the panther had put 37 points on the board. The defense in the game was strong and unified, resulting in many steals throughout the game. Junior Martell Turner scored 10 points and 11 assists. Junio...

RHS bowler has scored a 300

Madison White, Sports Editor

January 16, 2019

Filed under 2018-2019, Showcase, Sports, Winter

Scoring a 300 is rare and an amazing achievement as a bowler. Junior Julihanni Alcini, a varsity bowler at RHS, had accomplished that goal on Jan. 13, 2019 in an outside school function. Alcini says that the average score for a bowler is usually a 209, so having a bowling score of 300 is rare to come across. He has been bowling for one year and 10 months, having a lot of experience under his belt. This season, Alcini said that the season has started off decently, and had just gotten better as it has progressed.             Alcini’s average score goal is to bowl a 215 and also to achieve making it to states. Working toward his next goal is what he practices for his key to success, always wanting to put in time and hard work to create greatness for himself. He wants to focus...

Meditation: Does it really work?

Madison White, Sports Editor

January 15, 2019

Filed under 2018-2019, Medical Minute, Opinion

  So many trends pass by on self help that benefit many in so many ways. Meditation is up for the question this time. What is meditation? According to www.merriam-Webster.com, meditation is to engage in mental exercise (such as concentration on one’s breathing) for the purpose of reaching a heightened level of spiritual awareness. To break it down, meditation is to accept one’s thoughts instead of blocking out letting your mind wander with the help of concentrated breathing.     I have started meditating to give it a try, and here is my personal experience on how it went, and if I recommend it. There is an app called “Headspace” that offers meditation sessions that caters to your needs in life. When I first started meditation, I did not trust it at all. What was the use of it ...

Panthers’ record 8-1 after road win at LCN

Panthers’ record 8-1 after road win at LCN

January 9, 2019

The outcome of Tuesday night’s boys basketball game left the Panthers coming out on top and the L’Anse Creuse Crusaders without a win. Seniors Lazell Judge and Darrian Banks led the team in scoring, dropping a combined 30 points of the total 61 scored in the 15 point win. Junior Aaron Hunter who missed the first portion of the season is now seeing some action on the court, scoring a three pointer in the third quarter. The boys look to continue their winning season, now moving to a record of 8-1.   ...

Teacher Michael Zimmer named principal of Dort Elementary

Teacher Michael Zimmer named principal of Dort Elementary

December 20, 2018

Today, Thursday, Dec. 20, is the last day working at RHS, and as an educator in general, for now former teacher Michael Zimmer. After this winter break, he will start his new position as the principal of Dort Elementary. As much as he loves RHS, Zimmer decided it was finally time to move up in the school district and make an even bigger impact in kids’ lives. Zimmer has been a teacher here at Roseville for 17 years and specifically at RHS for 12 years. Known especially for teaching physics, Zimmer has for so long been a well-known and cherished teacher by the staff a...

Book it!

Kayla Mielke, Staff Reporter

December 13, 2018

Filed under 2018-2019

This year Student Assembly has decided to host the school’s first ever book drive. They plan on setting up a mini library outside the maker-space in the spring. If you don’t know what a mini library is, it is a small stand that holds books for anyone to take, free of charge. The book drive will be held from Dec. 10 till Dec. 19 and the donation box will be outside the maker-space for staff and students to drop off books. Once the final day comes, if the school hits the goal of 300 books then principal Pat Adams will be dressing up as Santa Claus. The other assistant principals Dennis Borse, Monica Gabriel, and Gary Scheff, along with athletic director Christopher Lafeve will be dressing as Christmas elves on the day before break. “I hope that we can raise 1,000 books by the e...

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