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All content by Bridget Frame

Big businesses shouldn’t get priority over small ones

Bridget Frame, Director of Graphics April 29, 2020

Cheesecake Factory recently announced that their business will not be paying rent in April due to a lack of business from the pandemic. Last year, Cheesecake Factory’s net income was 127.92 million dollars....

The theater program celebrates after winning their region competition. Left to Right: Josh Davis, Charlie Plese, Seth Christian, Jessi Kirtley, Chloe Taylor. Bottom Middle: Mrs.Stern
Photo credit: Seth Christian

Theater Seniors reflect on their time in the spotlight

Bridget Frame February 7, 2020

The theater program at Roswell High School has been flourishing this year. The senior members of the program took some time to reflect on their experience within theater at RHS. Senior Seth Christian...

The spikes on this ledge are used to deter the homeless from sleeping on the ledge. Credit: Wikimedia Commons

Hostile architecture is harming the homeless

Bridget Frame January 27, 2020

The funky benches and spikes popping up all over U.S. cities aren’t just for decor. They are called “hostile architecture”, a process used to discourage the homeless population to stay in an area...

A turmeric tea latte, a great alternative if you don’t like coffee.
Credit:Bridget Frame

Things you shouldn’t do to your barista

Bridget Frame December 19, 2019

Have you ever walked into a coffee shop and seen a customer say something to a barista that makes them cringe?   Here’s some common mistakes customers make at their local coffee shop.   ...

Leonardo DiCaprio has never publicly dated a woman over 25. A fun quirk or a sick pattern? Credit: Wikimedia

Older celebrities have to stop dating younger women

Bridget Frame, Director of Graphics December 14, 2019

Celebrities have odd habits, but one that's incredibly startling has been their dating ones. Particularly, the habit of older men in Hollywood having relationships with much-younger women is concerning. It...

Looking into the multitude of religions that are worshiped within the halls of Roswell High School. |Credit: Bridget Frame

Faith in Roswell: How our students worship

Bridget Frame, Director of Graphics December 10, 2019

Faith, while often at the forefront of the many adults' identities, can fall into the background of what represents a high school student.  How do teenagers participate in their religion? Do they have...

Respecting pronouns is important

Bridget Frame, Director of Graphics November 20, 2019

The Roswell Sting is always interested in our reader’s opinions. Feel free to chime in on the comments section below or take our survey here.  Basic respect and decency comes in all forms: looking...

 Leftover candy doesn’t have to go in the garbage. It can be used for many other things.
Credit: Bridget Frame

What to do with your leftover Halloween candy?

Bridget Frame November 1, 2019

Halloween has come and gone, but the question remains. What should I do with all my leftover candy? Food waste is an ever growing environmental issue. Buying large amounts of candy, or receiving it...

Counselors encourage students to consider attending college visits.
Credit: Bridget Frame

A look at Student Services college visits

Bridget Frame October 23, 2019

Juniors and seniors getting ready for their college decisions have many resources at their fingertips. One of the best ones to use for a student to find their perfect fit is college visits. Student...

College competitiveness needs to end

Bridget Frame, Director of Graphics October 16, 2019

“So, where are you thinking about for college?” The age-old question used by adults to bring up conversation. They say it with ease, like it doesn’t hold the weight of a baseball bat. See,...

Greta Van Fleet is a rock band taking the genre by storm.  Graphic Credit: Bridget Frame

Greta Van Fleet: Rock’s Saving Grace

Bridget Frame October 3, 2019

Rock and Roll has been in need of a face lift and Greta Van Fleet is just the solution.  Greta Van Fleet is a rock and roll band from Frankenmuth, Michigan made up of band members Josh Kiszka, lead...

Mr. Waldroup celebrates his teacher of the year win with star student Riley Decan |Credit: Bridget Frame

Profile of Mr. Waldroup, 2019 Teacher of the Year

Bridget Frame, Staff Writer May 14, 2019

Mr. Waldroup starts off the interview with a grin. The joy never leaves his face whether he is recounting the morning of his recent Teacher of the Year win or his time with his family and children. This...

The corpse of the college resume is reeking: when will we bury it?

Bridget Frame April 25, 2019

Like most people, I am outraged by the recent “Varsity Blues” scandal in which wealthy parents were caught bribing their children into top colleges, falsifying test scores and allowing their children...

Prom Dresses can be hard to find, but with these stores, you are sure to find the perfect one for you! Credit:Bridget Frame

Best Stores for Last Minute Prom Dress Shopping

Bridget Frame, Editor of News Page April 11, 2019

Prom is right around the corner and some students may still not have their dress yet. Don’t fret, there are many places one can stop a for a last minute dress pick.   Windsor- Windsor is...

Ulises Colina, senior, takes center stage as Burt while rehearsing for Mary Poppins. |Credit: Bridget Frame

Behind the scenes look at Mary Poppins

Bridget Frame, Editor of news page March 20, 2019

Mary Poppins hit the stage this weekend from Feb. 21 to Feb. 24. This production was especially unique due to the extensive sets and special effects used during the play. While the play itself was certainly...

We as a society deserve better celebrities. Credit: Cami Schiappa

Why do we give celebrities a pass for abuse?

Bridget Frame, Editor of News Page February 1, 2019

R. Kelly, Famous R & B singer, has come under intense scrutiny due to an investigation detailing large amounts of abusive behavior. Opinions from both sides have defended or detracted from Kelly’s...

Senior Fiona Baughman enraptures the audience with a powerful poem. | Photo Credit: Grace Crowley

Looking into Last Month’s Vox Poetry Night

Bridget Frame and Grace Crowley November 29, 2018

Vox, the school’s literary magazine, runs a biannual event known as Poetry Night at the Fickle Pickle. It is a well-loved and established event and continually brings together a large portion of our...

Ryan Pernice (right) and his brother Daniel(left) are working towards making quality restaurants for the Roswell area.| Photo: Ryan Pernice

Ryan Pernice, local restaurant owner, talks about being a Roswell Graduate

Bridget Frame, Photography Captain, Editor of the News Page November 27, 2018

Ryan Pernice grabs an espresso shot before our interview.  This is fitting, as he is always on the move as the founder of three well-known, popular restaurants in the Roswell area: Table and Main, Osteria...

Alumni Series: Atalie Omen

Bridget Frame, Photography Captian and Editor of the news page October 29, 2018

Atalie Omen is known as a beacon of light upon the school. Her students admire her tenacity and poise, as well as her dedication to the classroom. Her own thoughtfulness in teaching stemmed from her experiences...

Blair now works at Activision as the Vice- President of Finance and Operations
Photo Credit:Scott Blair

A look into the life of a Roswell graduate

Bridget Frame, Photographer and editor October 22, 2018

In high school, thinking and planning your future is inevitable. Especially in junior and senior year, many students are planning for their careers, colleges or endeavors. Sometimes it feels impossible...

3 great drinks for the summer

Bridget Frame, Photography Captain, Editor of News Page September 12, 2018

Living in the south means that the weather isn't as normal as other regions. Specifically, in Georgia, it often stays hotter for longer, sometimes a bit into the fall season. So, while I wait for the colder...

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