The Roaring Gazette: Volume 4, Issue 2


Matthew Denvir

Students attend the October 26 Pep Rally.

Below are the stories published in this issue of The Roaring Gazette.

Cover Story:

What it means when students sit for the Pledge by Bethany Hansel


LEO is back and better than ever: Viewpoints on a newly revised program by Laila Smith

VBCPS school board votes to change school start times by Bethany Hansel

Schoology comes with learning curves, opportunities by Bethany Hansel

Tallwood welcomes new Korean Culture Club by Isabella Fernandez


Roaring Gazette Podcast: Episode 2 by Cegan Hinson and Francis Sarabia

Russian Culture Club by Anna Garrett

Literary Magazine: Tallwood’s Storybook by Margaret Haggerty

Culture Clubs take action at Tallwood High School by Frances Summers

African-Caribbean Culture Club  by Staff


Lions Roar: Returing to 6A playoffs by Malcolm Allen

Dealing with Injuries: Advice from Tallwood athletes by Mitchell Durant

Inside the Life of a High School Football Player by Malcolm Allen

Sport or Hobby? Let’s talk about Cheerleading by Mitchell Durant


Dia de Los Muertos confusion by Ashley Archila-Ventura

The true importance of Breast Cancer Awareness month by Abriana Harris

The legacy of Mac Miller by Mitchell Durant

Injustice in journalism by Kyran Mitchell

Incentives for charity: Does the motive matter? by Emily Myers

Arts and Entertainment:

The beauty of “Bohemian Rhapsody” by Austin Emery

Jonah Hill’s directorial debut “Mid 90s” gives fresh and authentic take on adolescence by Ashley Mallinson

For a unique and chilling artistic experience, check out Junji Ito by Isabella Fernandez

Won’t you watch “Won’t you be my Neighbor?” by Naomi Rabino

“Bleeding Earth” is an engaging and scary read by Margaret Haggerty