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Surface vs. Laptop: Laptop wins

Alex Johnson, Staff Writer

December 21, 2019

Coming into Roswell High School as a freshman means giving up the Dell Latitude laptop from my previous middle school. I really liked all the things I was able to do with my laptop, and with the big screen size it helped me get...

We need to take care of our planet

Maynor Chinchilla, Staff Writer

December 9, 2019

Earth. A  lot of people say it is our planet, but this is not true. The Earth is much more than just our planet; it is our home. In the past, humans started to use the resources on it to make our life easier. This doesn...

YouTube is a job

Chloe Scott, Staff Writer

December 8, 2019

YouTube is a free, global platform that people can creatively use to upload videos for public use and entertainment. It is common for people to go to YouTube for many reasons, such as for help on certain things such as building...

Being a freelance artist is better than working for a singular company

Amadeu Baez-Maldonado, Staff Writer

December 7, 2019

Being a freelance artist is most of the time a challenge of finding an opportunity to find some place to call your workplace. But, freelance is better for you because you can meet new people and find more options and even some...

Tattoos should be allowed in workplaces

Jakai Spikes, Twitter Captain

December 6, 2019

I believe that tattoos in corporate America should be permitted, as long as they are appropriate to show in a workplace. Tattoos are a form of art and, for some people, they are symbols of their life journey. By banning this f...

School off on voting day is necessary

Ansley Tanner, Staff Writer

December 5, 2019

Not having school on voting day gives many opportunities to students, teachers and the community alike.  If Roswell High School were to have had school on Nov. 5, disaster would have struck. Not only did having school off ...

FAFSA and CSS profiles need a reality check

Isabella Cordell, Director of Communications

December 4, 2019

College admissions scandals, particularly Varsity Blues, dominated the news cycle this summer, and, in July 2019, a new scandal hit national headlines: parents intentionally giving up custody of their children to obtain more money through FAFSA, or Free Application for Federal Student Aid. Surprisingly, this method is entirely “legal” and involves those from...

Reviewing Layton Greene’s debut R&B EP, “Tell Ya Story”

Emma Guglielmo, Staff Writer

November 25, 2019

Storytelling happens in more ways than just words printed on paper, such as in the melodies that drift across the room. Music is one of humankind's greatest inventions. It transcends further than being just a hobby or a job, bu...

Thinking of Black Friday shopping? Prepare for the frenzy.

Ava Weinreb, Director of Business

November 21, 2019

Jumping at the first sight of holiday cheer, stores and businesses all around the United States take advantage of the urgency and participate in every penny-saver's dream: Black Friday. Extreme discounts and buy one get one f...

Add more color to our school

Macey MacArthur, Staff Writer

November 20, 2019

 Students generally don’t love coming to school. While some people don’t necessarily mind it, there is a building-wide agreement every Monday morning that weekends should be longer and week days should be shorter. Every...

The exchange student program is important

Ana Ferreira, Staff Writer

November 20, 2019

“Why did you decide to do an exchange?” people ask me all the time. “One year far away from your family? With no friends or people that you know? In Roswell? Why? Why here?” and with no time to lose, I always answer w...

The legal vaping age should be raised to 21

Natalie Navarra, Staff Writer

November 20, 2019

These days, vaping seems to be “trendy,” especially with teenagers. They are exposed to the idea of vaping from social media, and they think it is not harmful, which makes them feel inclined to try it. What teens do n...

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