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Alumni Kayla Harvey: life after high school

Alumni Kayla Harvey: life after high school

Sanaa Griggs, Staff Reporter

May 6, 2019

Filed under 2018-2019, Features, Showcase

    Alumni Kayla Harvey graduated from RHS in 2015. She was a copy editor on the Panther Prowl. She is a student at Eastern Michigan University and graduated April 28. Her sister, senior Sierra Harvey, currently attends RHS, she also does cheer. She studies Criminology and her minors are Anthropology, sociology, communications, Law informed. Her majors are Criminology and Criminal Justice with a law enforcement concentration. “I wanted to study Criminology to get involved with helping people in need. I always wanted to be a part of Criminology team sin...

Teachers take on Women’s History month

Teachers take on Women’s History month

Madyson Marzec, Sports Editor

April 29, 2019

Filed under 2018-2019, Community, Features, School

Although Women's History month has passed, we should still acknowledge female teachers and all of their hard work. Women's History month is the celebration of women and their many accomplishments. There were so many women who have impacted the world and fought for women's rights. Many female teachers in RHS have made an impact on students and the community with their hard work and dedication. Every woman has their own opinion on what Women’s History month is or what it means to them. “Women’s History month means to me the celebration of all women no matter how y...

Making a difference: 8,000 miles away

Making a difference: 8,000 miles away

Miranda Bolinger, Copy Editor

April 26, 2019

Filed under 2018-2019, Features, Global

My adventure to Africa started in the summer of 2017. On July 27, I was on a plane heading across the world on a missions trip with 11 other people. A mission trip is where a church gathers people up and we spread our love and the word of god. The overall cost of the trip was $3,600. It took a lot of fundraising but I made it. Over the course of 12 days, we did various things, including volunteering at a soup kitchen, children's and women's ministries, and a youth soccer club. After almost 20 hours of traveling, my team and I arrived in Cape Town, South Africa. We had...

R.E.S.T. wins big at home competition

R.E.S.T. wins big at home competition

Ariel Kerschenheiter and Kayla Mielke

April 15, 2019

Filed under 2018-2019, Features, News, School

Saturday was a great day for R.E.S.T. (Roseville Engineering Science Technology) club. On April 13, a subsection of R.E.S.T. called U.R.O.V. (Underwater Remote Operated Vehicle) competed against many other schools at RHS. The competition began in the pool room at 9:30 a.m., and ran until the award show at 2:30 p.m. During the event, which was held by Square One, the teams had to do three challenges, with an optional fourth. These challenges includes collecting balloons with PVC connected to the string, measuring a PVC pipe underwater, and collecting bags of balls that wer...

UNiDAYS is changing the lives of students day by day

UNiDAYS is changing the lives of students day by day

March 13, 2019

UNiDAYS is a free app available on the App Store, the Google Play store, as well as online. It gives students in need the opportunity to get discounts on everyday items to help them get through college. It was founded by Josh Rathour, available to students at the minimum age of 16, with some benefits available to high schools students as well.Rathour was a real estate agent before creating this company, wanting to connect students with deals offered by well known brands and retailers that are secure. Students get instant savings on 150 plus brands like Apple, H&M, Ray Ban, and...

The pros and cons of travel sports

The pros and cons of travel sports

Miranda Bolinger, Staff Reporter

March 6, 2019

Filed under 2018-2019, Features, Sports

While there are many sports here at school, there are also several travel teams in Roseville as well. They take up a lot of time, energy, and money, but can benefit you in the long run. Taking your game to the next level, building close friendships, sharpening time management skills, and career success are benefits of playing travel sports. However, there are a lot of pros and cons of travel/club sports. One con of travel sports is that it is very expensive. Parents have to pay for hotels, food, and fees to play in tournaments. $1,000 or more is pretty common for the c...

RHS student played in professional orchestra

RHS student played in professional orchestra

Ariel Kerschenheiter, Copy Editor

February 27, 2019

Filed under 2018-2019, ET, Features

On Thursday, February 21, and Friday, February 22, Roseville High School put on a production of Chicago at Roseville Middle School. The cast and crew decided it was only fitting  to hire an orchestra to play the music. However, the orchestra was not only hired professionals. Zachary Merkle, a junior here at RHS, played the second trumpet alongside the other musicians. Merkle has been in band for five years now, and he has dedicated many nights to band events. Over the years he has played in groups and events such as Honor Band, Solo and Ensemble, and Central Michigan...

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...

Boys Varsity Basketball stays undefeated.

Boys Varsity Basketball stays undefeated.

December 12, 2018

The Panthers continue their winning streak, defeating the Edsel Ford Thunderbirds on Tues., Dec. 11 with the final score being 73-57. Although the Panthers were not as explosive as in previous games, they still managed to move the ball and put points on the board. Senior Darian Banks led the team in scoring, dropping 17 points. Junior Martell Turner scored 11 points and obtained five assists, and 6’6 senior John Ukomadu once again showed his ability to be aggressive in the paint, grabbing 11 rebounds and getting four blocks. “I feel that we came a long way from last ...

RHS is thankful for…

RHS is thankful for…

November 20, 2018

“My children” - English teacher Heidi Martin “My health” - Math teacher Craig Nowicki “My family and for other people that are happy” - Science teacher Bob Smitka “A supporting husband that never makes me feel guilty” - Assistant principal Monica Gabriel “My family” - Senior student athlete Lauren Orler. “All of the opportunities I’ve been presented with” - Junior student athlete Jaheim Swaizey “My Family” - Junior Cortez Kelly “My family and friends” - Junior Devinn Houston “Everything that I don't have yet, it...

Principal Adams earns doctorate degree

Principal Adams earns doctorate degree

October 26, 2018

RHS principal Pat Adams recently completed his doctorate degree. For seven years, Adams has been studying at Oakland University. His degree is in Educational Leadership, and his dissertation was an “Examination of Teacher Trust in Principal and the Implementation of Skills Learned in Professional Development”. Having earned his doctorate degree is personally fulfilling for Adams. Accomplishing this degree takes a lot of time and effort. He sees it as a reward for the bumpy road that is now behind him. “I am proud of myself for weathering through all of the chal...

RHS clubs spend fall day at cider mill

RHS clubs spend fall day at cider mill

October 25, 2018

On Tues. Oct. 23, many RHS clubs went to Yates Cider Mill in Rochester after school.  Spanish club, French club, Rainbow Society, and Students Against Destructive Decisions (SADD) all attended. At Yates, the students enjoyed the river and trails while eating donuts and drinking cider. Students report that they had a good time, despite the cold weather. “We got cider and donuts, and we talked while we ate,” sophomore Ambria Broussard said. Teacher Ann Scheff also had a good time. “It was a nice fall day,” Scheff said. The clubs went on this trip to...

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