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RHS starts construction on the new LB’s restaurant

RHS starts construction on the new LB’s restaurant

October 28, 2019

On Monday, Oct. 21, Roseville High School started construction on their new location for LB’s restaurant. Before it was located at Roseville Middle School, it is now in the North parking lot of RHS. The new Visitors parking lot is in the South parking lot. RHS also moved the security desk to the doors in front of the South lot entrance.  “I don’t think the restaurant will be done until spring of next school year, They’re also building a new security entrance lobby,”  RHS principal Dr. Adams said. ...

Where the Lions stand after trading Quandre Diggs

Where the Lions stand after trading Quandre Diggs

Garrison Ritts, Staff Reporter

October 28, 2019

News broke on Tuesday, Oct. 22, when the Detroit Lions traded starting safety Quandre Diggs (along with a 2021 seventh round draft pick) to the Seattle Seahawks for a 2020 fifth round pick. Detroit just defeated the New York Giants with a score of 31-26, making their record 3-3-1 and placing them third in the N.F.C. North. Quandre Diggs was a trade deadline casualty because of the deadline being Oct. 29. Diggs was drafted by the Lions in the sixth round (200th overall) of the 2015 N.F.L. draft and has been a starter on the defense since 2017. This comes as a surprise becaus...

Students to get new graduation look

Students to get new graduation look

Emma Carro and Madyson Marzec

October 24, 2019

There have been many changes made to RHS recently, but seniors specifically will be seeing a change in effect this May. Assistant principal Dennis Borse, who is also in charge of graduation, has made the executive decision to change the color of the caps and gowns. Although the school board has the final say overall, Borse asked the seniors in leadership class and Student Assembly what color the seniors would like to wear at graduation. The Student Assembly representatives decided on an all black robe with a white and red stripe on the sleeves.  “Mr. Borse lis...

Spirit week day four: Bora Bora beach day

Spirit week day four: Bora Bora beach day

October 11, 2019

On Thursday, Oct 10, students and teachers alike continued to participate in spirit week. The theme was “Bora Bora Beach Day.” Even though it may have been similar to Tacky Tourist Tuesday, everyone still let their creativity shine. In the hall students were seen wearing towels over their necks, sunglasses, swim shorts, sunscreen on their noses and even pool floaties! “Dressing up for spirit week was quite a hassle, even though a lot of people will stare at you, at least you’re representing school spirit. Participating isn't lame but it is even more lame if you...

Spirit week day three: out of this world Wednesday

Spirit week day three: out of this world Wednesday

October 10, 2019

Students came together on Wednesday, Oct. 9 to dress up as aliens or in NASA apparel for the days theme: “Out of this World” Wednesday. Many students dressed in green shirts or wore antenna headbands. Some wore shirts and socks with aliens on them, and some students even wore tinfoil on their heads to keep the aliens away. Students had a fun time participating in the days spirit wear, and it was definitely one of their favorites.  “Today was a blast, people were exploding with spirit,” senior Rim Bououdina said. “Overall, I think it was out of this world.” ...

Spirit week day two: tacky tourist Tuesday

Spirit week day two: tacky tourist Tuesday

October 9, 2019

On Tuesday, October 8 all classes came together to get their spirit on with tacky tourist Tuesday. Many people dressed in khaki shorts, shirts from places they have been to, bucket hats, socks with sandals, and more. Students were seen taking polaroid pictures of each other, and searching through the halls with binoculars. Although it seemed that the upperclassmen participated more, the day was overall well liked by students. “I thought it was fun, and I saw a lot of creative ideas on what a tacky tourist is,” senior Flora Luo said. Today’s spirit day theme...

Spirit week day one: pajama day

Spirit week day one: pajama day

October 8, 2019

  Monday, Oct. 7, students and teachers kicked off spirit week with  pajama day to see who has the most school spirit. Freshmen and seniors alike came to school in everything from sweatpants to onesies in hopes of getting the most points for their grade. The spirit day theme for the rest of the week is as follows: Tuesday is tourist day, Wednesday is alien day, Thursday is a beach day, and Friday is class colors. “I liked the idea, especially for a Monday but I just wish more people would have participated,” junior Savannah Caramagno said.

Guest speaker discusses importance of environmental research to A.P. classes

Guest speaker discusses importance of environmental research to A.P. classes

September 26, 2019

On Wednesday, Sept. 25, guest speaker Adrian Vasquez visited the Advanced Placement (A.P.) Environmental Science and A.P. Biology classes to discuss water quality and environmental management. This session provided students with information that has been or will be covered in their classes, but it also provided background on the field trip scheduled for Oct. 3 to Lake St. Clair Metropark. There, the students will be able to test the water quality of the lake themselves. Vasquez is a postdoctoral researcher from the Wayne State University HEART (Huron-to-Erie Alliance for Rese...

Guest speaker surprises hospitality classes

Guest speaker surprises hospitality classes

September 23, 2019

On Monday, Sept. 23, hospitality teacher Jon Grommons invited guest speaker Aidan Pelish from The C.I.A. (The Culinary Institute of America) to discuss culinary school options, courses, locations, student life, and provide a sampling for his hospitality classes. Pelish brought bread and three different types of olive oil: store bought, Spanish, and Italian. Students had the option to dip bread and/or cheeses into the oils. While tasting the samples, students filled out a sheet of paper on sight, smell, taste, texture, and the conclusion. They practiced voicing their opinions...

RHS Marching Band participates in CMU Band Day

RHS Marching Band participates in CMU Band Day

September 17, 2019

On Saturday, Sept. 14, the RHS marching band took a day trip to Central Michigan University for CMU Band Day. About a dozen marching bands came from different schools all over Michigan to play. The students’ day started at 5 a.m. at RHS. The band met up to take attendance and start their two and a half hour bus ride to CMU.  When the RHS students first arrived, they were greeted by CMU’s band director. The staff introduced themselves to all of the bands and took them on the field to find their positions. After introducing and positioning, the bands broke out into...

Spirit week day 5: class colors

Spirit week day 5: class colors

June 12, 2019

               On June 7,our school came together as one in the last spirit week to wear our class colors. Each grade wore their color for the grade they will be in next year, freshmen wore black, sophomore wore red, and juniors wore all the class colors. For the final competition day of spirit week. Juniors won for the most participating in spirit week, freshman came in second and sophomores came in last place.             “I thought the idea of us wear our school colors was fun and exciting idea. I am happy that we got to wear red because it is one ...

Students attend end of the year pep assembly

Students attend end of the year pep assembly

June 10, 2019

To conclude this year's final spirit week, student assembly hosted a pep assembly to rally up the students in the gymnasium one last time before we head into finals week. With the seniors gone for two weeks now, this was the first pep assembly that only had the participation of the freshman, sophomore, and junior class. Coach Marzec and coach Houghton were recognized for their astonishing coaching abilities being presented with the teacher of the year award. Also, our girls’ varsity basketball and boys’ varsity baseball teams were brought down to honor their coaches for...

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