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RHS hosts 2017 talent show

RHS hosts 2017 talent show

March 24, 2017

Thursday, March 23 was the 2017 talent show. Hosted by seniors Alex Martin, Rickey Shackelford, and Brianna LeBlanc, this RHS variety show featuring student acts has been held every year for over the past decade.  In total, there were ten acts. The first act featured sophomore, Isaiah Rutherford singing “All Of Me” by John Legend while playing the piano. Next up was “How Far I’ll Go” from Disney’s Moana sung by junior Samantha Averitt. Then, showing off his guitar skills by playing “I Love Rock & Roll,” sophomore Alex Fauth played along on his bass...

Issue 4, Volume 28

March 22, 2017

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Symphonic choir earns a one at festival

Symphonic choir earns a one at festival

March 16, 2017

          On Wednesday night, March 15, RHS symphonic choir ecstatically left the doors of Stoney Creek High school, earning a one at MSVMA choral festival. Singing their two pieces The King of Love by Henry W. Baker and Erev Shel Shoshanim by Yosef  Hadar. Symphonic choir has earned straight ones this year with all of their performances, recently, earning straight ones at Chippewa Valley High school for solo and ensemble festival. The difference between both festivals is that choral festival is the symphonic choir as a whole. Solo and ensemble festivals...

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...

Wrestlers earn spot at state finals

Wrestlers earn spot at state finals

March 2, 2017

  Who will be the next wrestling state placer for Roseville High School?  This year, head coach Justin Petrone has coached 215 pound junior Marcus Fresch and 171 pound senior Josh Butler to their respective first times to the wrestling state tournament hosted at the Palace of Auburn Hills throughout the next few days. Before the post season, Fresch had a record of 28 wins and seven losses. He worked his way through the season with the determination to place in the top five at the state tournament.  Fresch placed first at both Individual District and Regional...

Varsity Girls basketball looks to keep season alive in district semi-finals

Varsity Girls basketball looks to keep season alive in district semi-finals

March 1, 2017

On Monday the varsity girl’s basketball team kept their season alive by defeating Warren Woods Tower 56-31. They scored immediately after tip-off and never looked back. The girls played their best ball when the pressure seemed at its highest. Entering the fourth quarter, in the biggest game of their season thus far, the girls led 33-20. The girls elevated their play in the final quarter and looked in sync. Excellent defense led to multiple fast break attempts, which resulted in easy points. The rest was history. The girls were led offensively by Seniors Chantae' Parker...

Girls defeat St. Clair to win MAC Silver/Bronze championship

Girls defeat St. Clair to win MAC Silver/Bronze championship

February 22, 2017

On Saturday, Feb. 18, the varsity girls basketball team played St. Clair in a MAC Silver/Bronze tournament championship at Dakota High School. This year’s team is lead by seniors Rayven Newberry, Chantae’ Parker, Nija Collier, and Ta’Laja Edwards. At the beginning of the game, the Panthers got off to a slow start. When the first half ended, the score was 17-10 in favor of St. Clair. As soon as the second half started things took a turn and heated up. “You practice how you play and we went out there on the court and handled our business, while giving it our a...

January Student Athletes of the Month

January Student Athletes of the Month

February 2, 2017

  Senior, Rayven Newberry, has rightfully earned her spot as the starting shooting guard on the girls’ varsity basketball team. She returns to varsity as one of the most selfless players on the team. When she has the ball in her hands she always looks to find a teammate for an assist, and even when she is on the bench she can be heard supporting her team and rooting them on. At practice, she gives 110% working on her shot, passing, and trying to improve on what is already excellent defensive play. Newberry also excels in school. She is currently in the ...

Issue 3, Volume 28

February 1, 2017

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RHS groups help families in need for holiday season

Robert Carro, Staff Reporter

December 20, 2016

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During the holiday season, teachers and students all around RHS come together to help provide for 15 families in need. Each and every year there is an annual tradition that RHS hosts called Adopt-A-Family. Adopt-A-Family is an event where a group or teacher adopts a family to help provide for them at this time of year. These groups provide goods such as toys, clothing, gift cards to places like Target or Meijer so they can get their basic necessities, or anything else that a child may want for Christmas. The groups participating this year include:  National Honor Society, French Club, RHS Cares, Students Against Destructive Decisions (S.A.D.D.), Spanish Club, Student Assembly, Yearbook, the Panther Den, the Marching Band, and as well as Roseville Kiwanis.   “It is reall...

Top five strangest holiday traditions

Top five strangest holiday traditions

December 20, 2016

  Cemetery Tradition (Finland) In Finland, it is a tradition to visit buried relatives at sunset on Christmas Eve.  Visiting your relatives is step one.  Step two involves placing a lit candle on the deceased relative's grave.  Throughout the cemetery, the sight of glowing candles all around is a rather heartwarming view.  Even though this holiday tradition may seem odd, in Finland it is actually rather heartwarming. Kurisumasu ni wa kentakkii (Kentucky for Christmas, Japan) Ever since 1974 when KFC launched their marketing campaign, Kurisumasu ni wa kentakk...

Issue 2, Volume 28

December 5, 2016

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