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Shawn Mendes the Album Review

Shawn Mendes the Album Review

Tyra Hill, Copy Editor

May 29, 2018

Filed under 2017-2018, ET, Opinion

Singer-songwriter Shawn Mendes is a well known world phenomenon, gaining fame in 2013 on the now terminated app vine, posting six second singing videos. This alone made him a social media star, and eventually landed him a record deal with Island Records in 2014. Since then, Mendes has released three studio albums, the most recent one dropping on Friday, May 25. The self-titled album features 14 tracks from the pop star, including the hit single”In My Blood” which was released in early March, along with “Lost in Japan”. In addition to those, Mendes offers a varie...

“My My My” starts a new era for Troye Sivan

“My My My” starts a new era for Troye Sivan

Madison White, Copy Editor

February 28, 2018

Filed under Opinion, Showcase

In the world of music, Troye Sivan has definitely been flying under the radar. The last we have seen from him was a feature song called “There For You” with Martin Garrix on April 22nd, 2017. His last album was released on Dec. 4, 2015. It seems like Sivan has fallen into the void… until now. Sivan recently has released his brand new single “My My My” on Jan. 10. The music video for this song is mostly in black and white, which reminds me of an 80’s Michael Jackson music video. The song is upbeat, which is a drastic change from his last album, which has sl...

President Donald Trump’s first  year in office was not very shocking

President Donald Trump’s first year in office was not very shocking

February 12, 2018

President Trump’s first year in the office has been a rollercoaster ride for not only just Americans, but other countries as well. When taking the office, President Trump promised to “Make America Great Again,” but has failed to yet do that. He is leading a country that is more divided than ever. Ever since he took the office; he has banned immigrants from 6 Muslim majority countries from entering the U.S, pulled out of the Paris Climate Agreement, caused issues with other countries such as the U.K,- where he asked the Prime Minister, Theresa May, to give him a “warm...

Adjusting to a new schedule

Adjusting to a new schedule

November 13, 2017

The clock is ticking, seasons are coming and going and time is passing by. Here at Roseville we have finals in two weeks and Thanksgiving break in three, so many things to do and less time to plan. It feels like time is flying, but there is still something new to be prepared for everyday. Adjusting to school is one thing, but adjusting to a new year is another. It is safe to say that all students at Roseville handle adjustment in there own way. Even though we are all facing tough challenges with break, upcoming holidays, finals, new classes, graduation ect… we are still ...

Immigrants are worried for future of DACA

Immigrants are worried for future of DACA

Emily Soehren, Business Manager

November 1, 2017

Filed under ET, Global, News, Opinion

President Donald Trump is trying to take away an act that affects immigrants. The Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, or DACA, allows individuals who entered the country illegally as minors to receive a renewable two-year period of deferred action from deportation and to be eligible for a work permit. It helps remove immigration enforcement attention away from individuals with good behavior. The people protected under DACA are called DREAMers. It stands for Development, Relief, and Education for Alien Minors. Trump announced last year, while he was still runnin...

Augmented reality is the next technological breakthrough

Augmented reality is the next technological breakthrough

April 24, 2017

  Throughout our lives, we have witnessed first hand the constant evolution of technology. Whether it be for entertainment, sustenance, or passion, we have an extreme craving for new information, and to push the boundaries using new technology. Way back then, it was a caveman with fire and a wheel. These days, it is new smartphones that can connect to satellites in space, and headsets that put you into a virtual world. In recent years, technology began leaping extreme bounds with all new smartphones, tablets, drones, and robots. So many amazing things have been...

Gender wage gap still has effects

Gender wage gap still has effects

April 24, 2017

  As of the year 2015, women are only paid 80 cents for every dollar a man makes. According to aauw.org, women typically earn 90 percent of what men are paid until they hit the age of 35. After they pass that age, the percent slowly starts to drop. By the age 55, the percent decreases to the lowest of 74. Some people may not agree, but age is not just a number. It gets even worse for women of color. Hispanic, African American, Native Hawaiian, and other native women have lower median annual earnings compared with non-Hispanic and Asian American women. Also according...

Do people complain too much?

Do people complain too much?

April 21, 2017

    Am I complaining that people complain too much?   We, as a society, have become a whole bunch of complainers, especially teenagers. Every day in the halls of RHS I hear complaints about how tired someone is, how annoying somebody else is, how boring this one teacher is, it’s never ending. Now, I am not saying I don’t complain, those who know me, know that I complain with the best of them (or worst, whichever way you view it). There is some kind of satisfaction that comes with complaining, even more satisfaction when another person agrees...

Tips to help you study for final exams

Tips to help you study for final exams

March 6, 2017

          The third trimester is here. Students can be stressed out and worried about studying and passing the huge tests. Here are  a few tips on how to make final exam pressure a little easier. Organize your work: Having tons of study reviews everywhere or having tons of  papers from other classes mixed up together can make you very stressed out. Organize your work and start with your hardest class, then move to your easiest. When you are done with all of them, study the class you struggle with the most before you go to bed and when you wake up. Hig...

2017 New Year’s Resolutions are approaching

Destiny Stewart, Staff Reporter

January 6, 2017

Filed under Features, Opinion

The New Year is quickly nearing, and the holiday season is already in full effect. Some people have already started reevaluating their life decisions. Well, now is the time to sit and make a list of notable resolutions that are easy to stick to. “The biggest new year resolution for 2017 is to procrastinate less and be more productive with my time,” senior Jada Simmons said. A New Year’s resolution is a tradition, in which a person makes a promise to do an act of self improvement  or something slightly nice, such as opening doors for people beginning after the new year. Resolutions can be hard to stick to, but having a partner may keep you consistent with the improvement(s) you want to make. When people think about the new year, they think of a fresh start, and how they can...

RHS reacts to election results

Destiny Stewart, Staff Reporter

November 16, 2016

Filed under Opinion, School

I stopped three of my peers in the hallway and asked about their personal views of the recent presidential election. Q: Who do you think should’ve won the election and why? A: Personally I think Hillary Clinton should’ve won, but since the odds weren’t in her favor I can only respect the overall vote results, and hope he does great things for our country. -senior Martise Zorn Q: What is your reaction to the results from the election? A: I don’t care for politics, but I’m not as frantic as everyone else because the President doesn’t have as much power as people think he does, he mainly has checks and balances. -junior Brennan Coles Q: How do you feel about America’s newest president-elect? A: I feel like the President-elect Donald Trump isn’t the best person t...

Actions speak louder than words

Actions speak louder than words

January 4, 2016

When you think about the world nowadays, there are a lot of things that help people out and make everyone happy. But when you think about the world’s people there are not many that would come to mind. No one is good at being nice anymore and not a lot of people have the right mindset to do good things and treat people equally. Social experiments are used more and more, with channels on Youtube dedicated just for them. They give you an insight of how random people everywhere treat others and we can witness it. After the attack on Paris, a social experiment was performed...

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