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Homework Over Break

Homework Over Break

Ashley Plaff

The reality of school is that most students start their first day already counting the days until Thanksgiving break, and when they reach that, the countdown begins for winter...  Read More »

Jan 17 • No Comments

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Runaway Dance Conflictions

Runaway Dance Conflictions

January 12, 2017

This Friday night, girls and boys basketball will compete against Oak Ridge in their third league mat...  Read More »

Mind = Matter

Mind = Matter

January 10, 2017

Over these past few months, mental illness has become a pressing issue at Rocklin High, now more than ...  Read More »

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Entertainment

A Raw Look at Social Media

A Raw Look at Social Media

Ashley Hay

Sometimes, reading adults’ opinions about social media sucks. It seems that every commentary circles back around to our generation’s sense of entitlement, lack of patienc...  Read More »

Jan 17 • No Comments

New Year’s Q&A: Emily Theis

New Year’s Q&A: Emily Theis

January 12, 2017

A New Dawn for Pokémon

A New Dawn for Pokémon

January 12, 2017

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Opinion

A Raw Look at Social Media

A Raw Look at Social Media

Ashley Hay

Sometimes, reading adults’ opinions about social media sucks. It seems that every commentary circles back around to our generation’s sense of entitlement, lack of patienc...  Read More »

Jan 17 • No Comments

Homework Over Break

Homework Over Break

January 17, 2017

New Year’s Q&A: Emily Theis

New Year’s Q&A: Emily Theis

January 12, 2017

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Sports

Cross Country: Outlook on the Postseason

Cross Country: Outlook on the Postseason

Shane Atkins and Jimmy Murphy

Cross country has experienced steady success in their season thus far. Freshman and sophomore (Frosh/Soph) boys have swept nearly every meet they have gone to, varsity boys...  Read More »

Dec 14 • No Comments

Sports Briefs 12.7

Sports Briefs 12.7

December 7, 2016

Kicking into Gear

Kicking into Gear

December 1, 2016

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Rocklin High School's Media
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