Features Co-Editor Annie Sullivan interviews science teacher Alicia Carawan about her retirement.
Student copes with tragedy through faith
In recapping important events of the year, Features Co-Editor Emmie Brooks gives the story of senior Mckyrah Brown’s resilient experience with COVID-19 this past year which includes the tragic death of a family member.
Car accident teaches student appreciation
January 2, 2021 In highlighting notable occurrences to the student body in 2020, Features Co-Editor Lilly Seymour gives the story of a junior Sloan Carlson’s traumatic car accident this past summer in part of this past print issue’s spread, “Unmasking 2020.”
Students fight for POC rights
As 2020 approaches its end, Features Co-Editor Lilly Seymour provides a summary of the year’s notable events including the spark in the BLM movement with interviews from Rose students who attended protests during the summer.
2020 remembers famous faces
Features Co-Editor Emmie Brooks provides a short tribute to a few of the many famous faces lost in 2020 including Kobe Bryant, Chadwick Boseman and Eddie Van Halen.
Copeland “drives” off to spring retirement
Staff writer Virginia Blount reports on the upcoming retirement of automotive teacher Bruce Copeland.
Rose welcomes newest health science faculty addition Alice Hyatt
Features Co-Editor Annie Sullivan introduces and interviews new Rose faculty member and health science teacher Alice Hyatt who teaches Nursing Fundamentals and Health Science I.
Seniors lament loss of usual Rose traditions
Features Co-Editor Lilly Seymour highlights some of the new experiences this senior class is encountering, including the loss of usual traditions like fall formal, football games and convocation.
Staff writer Kinsley Tate White reports on the many changes Thanksgiving plans have undergone this year to accommodate COVID-19 precautions.
Writers give tours of local family farms: Stokes and Briley's
Features staff writers Kinsley Tate White and Virginia Blount visit Stokes Family Farm and Briley's Farm Market, giving video insight into their experiences at the fall-related events.
43 Questions with Rampant Lines Features Co-Editor Emmie Brooks
Features Co-Editor Lilly Seymour interviewed Features Co-Editor Emmie Brooks while they walked around Greenville.
Spooky Spectacular returns with spooky cookies and Halloween movie reviews
Features Co-Editor Lilly Seymour and staff writer Annie Sullivan make vampire cookies while reviewing their favorite (and least favorite) Halloween movies.
Spooky Spectacular Ep. 1 leaves viewers shivering in their boots
Features Co-Editor Lilly Seymour and staff writer Annie Sullivan tell spooky stories as they carve pumpkins in the first episode of Annie & Lilly's Spooky Spectacular.
Honor societies begin Virtual Peer Tutoring Center to give helping hand
Staff writer Virginia Blount reports on the new Virtual Peer Tutoring Center that honor societies at Rose are starting.
Mr. Beast attracts attention with employment of recent Rose alumnus Javier Limon
Features staff writer Kinsley Tate White discusses behind-the-scenes features of celebrity Mr. Beast's YouTube with Mr. Beast employee and Rose alumnus Javier Limon.
Students discuss trials of navigating an at home learning environment
Features staff writer Virginia Blount describes certain students' experiences in adapting to virtual learning, including stories of various trials and triumphs of navigating an at home study environment.
Rose student voters discuss their political habits
Features staff writer Kinsley Tate White interviews several Rose students who are of the voting age, inquiring to get an idea of their political habits and beliefs as a young voter.
Student shares lighthearted "That Time I.." story with editor
Features Co-Editor Emmie Brooks listens to senior Lucy Ogle share a relatable high school embarrassing story in the first episode of the podcast, "That Time I...".
Rose students' Instagram businesses boom
Staff writer Annie Sullivan reports on a few of the many Instagram businesses run by Rose students, their successes so far and hopes for the future.
New assistant principal Michael Casey arrives at Rose
Staff writer Virginia Blount covers a personality profile of Rose's newest addition, assistant principal Michael Casey.
Ruth Bader Ginsburg leaves remarkable legacy
Co-Editors-in-Chief Murphy Fisher and Tierney Reardon summarize some of the many events and accomplishments which make up Ruth Bader Ginsburg's legacy.
Importance of suicide prevention emphasized for editor
Features Co-Editor Lilly Seymour discusses the importance of suicide prevention after seeing the aftermath of such a tragedy firsthand.
Health care workers provide positive example for all
Co-Editor-in-Chief Tierney Reardon tells of health care workers' experiences during COVD-19 and how their families have had to adjust.
JH Rose Class of 2020 College Reveal
For the past few weeks, Entertainment Co-Editor Olivia Stepp, with the help of student services, has worked hard to put together a video featuring the future plans for many Rose seniors. Check out this video to see where the class of 2020 is going this fall!!
Robotics seniors reflect on years of teamwork and triumph
For this article, staff writer Raven Bledsoe interviewed some Rose seniors from both the Boneyard and Pitt Pirates Robotics Teams. Although their year was cut short, they have many fond memories and experiences from being on the team.