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Junior Myles Spencer-Walker and senior Madison Milot show their school spirit for

Spirit week day three: Pink Out

October 22, 2020

“On Wednesday we wear pink!” On Wednesday, Oct. 21, the spirit was in full effect during “Pink Out”. Students wore pink clothing and accessories all over to show school spirit, as well as to commemorate Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Everyone who participated had a blast wearing pink, whether it was hoodies, bracelets, bandanas, and even wigs! “It’s a cool idea for a spirit day and would love to see more of it,” sophomore Zacarias  Osorio said. On Thursday, Oct. 22, it is “Throwback Thursday”. Freshmen dress as the 70s, sophomores are the 80s,...

Spirit week day one: pajama day

To kick off spirit week, seniors Hayleigh Klemm, Diontae Russell-Johnson and Alyssa Dix dress up in their pajamas.

Emily Lunsford, Staff Reporter

October 20, 2020

On Monday, Oct. 19, students face to face and virtually started off spirit week with pajama day! It is an exciting week for everyone because it is the homecoming spirit week. All the grades participated and wore pajamas to school. It was an extremely comfy day!   “It was fun not having to get ready for school,” senior Emma Lekki said.  On Tuesday, Oct. 20, it is Cradle vs. Crane.  Seniors dress up as older people and all underclassmen dress up as babies!    ...

Creative things students did during quarantine

Many people chose to adopt a new family member during quarantine.

Chloe Grill, Staff Reporter

October 12, 2020

In the past few months, students have had a lot of free time due to the ongoing pandemic, even if it means being productive, or just working on becoming a better person. Most students have had to come up with creative things to do to keep themselves busy. Here is a short recap on what students have done during quarantine since we ended the school year face to face back in March. While everyone was stuck at home, we all had to find things to do. Many game consoles and systems were sold out since everyone was buying them all at once, many people had the same idea. Just...

Students, staff adapt to new school year

While online school started, RHS staff worked hard to get the building ready for students to come back on 0ct.12.

Miranda Bolinger, Editor-in-chief

October 5, 2020

This school year started out different for all students around the country. During this Coronavirus pandemic, everything has changed in the world. As the school year was cut short last year teachers, students and families tried their best to adapt. Some schools went back face to face, but for Roseville, that was not the case. Administration had originally planned to give families the choice to go back face to face or virtual. Then on Sept. 1, they chose to go all virtual until Oct. 12. A rough start is probably the right word for most students, due to technology issues,...

Natural hair discrimination against African Americans

Natural hair discrimination against African Americans

Sanaa Griggs, Staff Reporter

March 14, 2020

When you think of people being discriminated against, it is because of the color of their skin, but in reality, it can mean many things. Lately in the news, Africa Americans have been discriminated against because of how differently they wear their hair because it is considered to be “too long,”or “too messy looking,” to wear to school. Since this has become an issue, many people feel the need to make their hair appeal to others rather than themselves. In schools, they either have to make their hair look better or even cut it. Many people do not understand the me...

A voice behind the students: Project Soapbox

Miranda Bolinger, Sports Editor

March 10, 2020

On Tuesday, March 3, students in A.P.U.S. government and leadership classes taught by teacher Emily Collias took part in Project Soapbox. Project Soapbox is a speech competition put together by Mikva Challenge that encourages students to speak out about an issue they are passionate about. Every student was required to write a speech, memorize it, and perform it on stage. “These powerful speeches have lasting, transformative impacts on classrooms, schools, and communities,” stated. Everyone's speeches were unique and  had personal experiences that touched many. A wide range of topics were presented including  issues with mental health, autism awareness, pro-choice and divorced households. All these things are relevant in today’s society and were passionately s...

Senior Michonni Ward running through the tunnel of players.

Junior varsity takes the win as senior night hits the court

February 24, 2020

On Friday, Feb. 21, the Junior Varsity girls took the victory against Stevenson with a score of 41-35. The girls gained a major lead in the first period 15-0. Then, going into the third period, it was a close call leading with a few points, causing the crowd to get even more intense. “I think we played well overall and really put everything we learned over the season into that game. I feel like it was a good way to end the season,” freshman Saniah Love said.  After the J.V. girls celebrated, them and the juniors on varsity, including the dance team all lined up...

Drama Society members and kids posing as they finish one of the songs of the night.

Drama Society puts on a play to remember

February 14, 2020

Presented by the Drama Society, the musical production of  “Annie” was held on Thursday, Feb. 13 at Roseville Middle School. Annie (sophomore Savanna Kraft) is about an orphan girl who is put into an orphanage that is run by the wicked “Miss. Hannigan,” (senior Ranisha Scott) while Annie believes that her parents left her there by accident. “Oliver Warbucks,” (junior Devin Demers) brings Annie to his mansion with the help of “Grace Farrell,” (senior Rachel Hyde) in hopes of adopting her and bringing her into a more healthy household. However, Annie wants...

Student Assembly sells Valentine’s Day bracelets

  The first three friendship bracelets that were made by funraising committee in student assembly.

Kynia Smith, Staff Reporter

February 12, 2020

During all lunches from Feb. 10-12, Student Assembly’s “Funraising” committee has been selling friendship bracelets in light of Valentine’s Day. Their goal with this is to create an event that promotes school bonding, and also to raise money so they will be able to put on more school events like dances, pep rallies, and more. The price is $2 per bracelet, and they come with the option of customizing what each one says, such as“BFF,” “love,” or any other loving word that you want. The color choices for the bracelet are all red, all pink, or pink and red....

Senior campaigns in Iowa for presidential nomination

During the Iowa caucus, senior Meghan VanDamme takes a picture with Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden.

Jordan Olko, Staff Reporter

January 23, 2020

Senior Meghan VanDamme took a trip to Iowa on Jan. 17-19 to be a part of the Iowa caucuses debate. This is an electoral event that takes place every four years for members of the Democratic and Republican parties in the U.S. where registered voters go to public areas and vote in groups based on the candidate they support. VanDamme met over 200 people from many different states including Democratic candidate Joe Biden. “Meeting Joe Biden was interesting and unexpected. This wasn’t in my plans for the day. He was nice and cared more about speaking to his younger guests...

Juniors Lucas Horsley, Janai Carter, Camillia Matyszewski and senior Caleb Douglas show their spirit by wearing red.

Spirit week day four: red vs. green

December 20, 2019

On Thursday, Dec. 19, the competitive spirit came to Roseville, (as well as holiday spirit) as students participated in day four of holiday spirit week: “Red vs. Green.” Freshmen and sophomores wore green,  juniors and seniors wore red. Many students love to compete to have the most school spirit!  Many teachers even decided to join in on the holiday fun.  “I couldn’t decide which group to support, so I supported both! Love our kids at Roseville High School,” staff member Chrystie Hodak said. Tomorrow, Dec. 20, it will be “Festive Friday”. Reme...

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