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The Five Ways to V-Day

The Five Ways to V-Day

Jacqueline Diaz

February 9, 2018


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As we know by the rouge hearts displayed in almost every hallway, one of the most dreaded day has come again: Valentine’s Day. Most may pass the day binge watching rom-coms on Netflix with the sweetest date of all, Ben & Jerry’s. For all you lucky ducks who actually have a S.O, this doesn’...

Halfway Done

Halfway Done

TeeAnna Crudup

January 22, 2018


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Senior year is half way over for the class of 2018. It’s been an easy year so far with a couple of bumps here and there. We started the year with a kick-off through Homecoming. Our last home game had kids in the student section cheering our football team and supporting our Senior boys. Next, we...

Study Tips!!!

Study Tips!!!

Annabelle Day

December 6, 2017


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Finals week is difficult and stressful. We as the Roaring Times staff wanted to help you study, so here are some of our tips to ace those finals! Grab a study buddy! Make the curve easier for you by giving a few friends some wrong answers and encouraging them to take naps The “C” Strategy...

Senior Trip: Young Adults In Action

TeeAnna Crudup and James Dilworth

November 29, 2017


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Historically, Jerome High School’s senior trip has been on a range of terrible to non-existence. In fact, the last senior trip that actually happened was four years ago when the Class of 2014 took a trip to Lagoon. Four years later, the senior Class of 2018 decided to break out of this stigma of the...

Cold War II?

Cold War II?

Fatima Mariscal

November 27, 2017


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North Korea’s leader Kim Jong-Un has been having some words with President Trump. They are not getting along at all and it is making each country take actions to protect their own. Currently North Korea has begun preparing nuclear weapons to attack the United States and any other country. North...

Native American Heritage Month

Native American Heritage Month

Jordan Anderson

November 8, 2017


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It’s the beginning of November. The weather is getting colder, the end of the first semester is fast approaching, and Thanksgiving will be arriving soon, but that’s not the only thing that is happening. This month is National Native American Heritage Month. Also called American Indian and Alaska...

Not a Halloween Prank

Not a Halloween Prank

Annabelle Day

November 1, 2017


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Another terrorist attack struck Lower Manhattan Tuesday at 3:05 pm, caused by a man driving a rental truck into a bike and pedestrian path along the Hudson River. 8 people were killed and 11 injured, making it the deadliest terror attack on New York City since 9/11. Six people died at the scene and...

Hispanic Heritage Month

Hispanic Heritage Month

Antonia Gutierrez

October 20, 2017


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It’s October, and things are getting scary with Halloween… and mid-terms.  But there’s one important event that happens in this spooky month that few people know about. Hispanic Heritage Month starts it’s recognition on September 15, and goes on until October 15. During Hispanic Heritage...

Senior Mosts

Senior Mosts

October 20, 2017


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Most Athletic: Colten Craig, Nicole Cook Best Laugh: Junior Rosales, Marian Compton   Best Hair: Josh Luna, Jaileen Arevalo Best Body: Cade Bingham. Lorraine Hernandez Most Friendly: Cesar Diaz, TeeAnna Crudup Biggest Band Geek: Francisco Maciel, Sarah Harvey Most Likely to S...

Newest Line of iPhones

Newest Line of iPhones

Jacqueline Diaz

October 16, 2017


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Early last month, Apple announced its newest line of iPhones: the iPhone 8, iPhone 8 plus, and iPhone X. At a glance, the iPhone 8 looks quite similar to the iPhone 7, yet there was one difference giving the iPhone 8 a unique look. The phone is - front and back- full glass, giving everyone a blast fr...

What Happens in Vegas, Doesn’t Always Stay in Vegas

What Happens in Vegas, Doesn’t Always Stay in Vegas

Antonia Gutierrez

October 16, 2017


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October 1, 2017 was a sad day for the country. The famous line, “What happens in Vegas, stays in Vegas”, did not apply to this situation. Stephen Paddock, a Las Vegas citizen, opened fire at a local Las Vegas music festival. There were many casualties with a total of 58 deaths and more than 500 injured. Different...

Puerto Rico in Crisis

Puerto Rico in Crisis

Victoria Mendez

October 13, 2017


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There have been many natural disasters lately, but one of the places most affected is Puerto Rico. They have been hit by Hurricane Irma followed quickly by Hurricane Maria. Hurricane Irma was a cape-verde type hurricane, meaning an Atlantic basin tropical cyclone that develops into a tropical storm...

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