The Rosette Blog

I Am A Millennial

When someone asks who you are, what do you say? You could say you’re a dancer, a musician, an athlete, a bad driver, a good kisser and much more; however, how often do we...

Let’s Talk About Being Asian

Let’s talk about being Asian. We make straight A’s on everything. We’re really really good at math. We’re practically destined to be doctors, lawyers or engineers. We’re all related to Jackie Chan, Bruce Lee...

Hello World

public class HelloWorld {   public static void main(String[] args) { // TODO Auto-generated method stub System.out.println(“Hello World”); }   }   As intimidating as this looks, this very simple program unlocks a vast...

Spanish Influence in Texas

As you may know, Spanish has become an integral part of Texas culture. Words andphrases like taco, ¿Cómo estás? and Tú eres feo can be heard everywhere from your typical Spanish I class to...

Goodbye, Facebook!

Facebook really irks me. From its corny low-resolution pictures to all of the grandmas who feel the need to comment embarrassing stories on every family photo, Facebook isn’t the college-friendly platform that it used...

Democratic Socialism

  In the wake of the upcoming presidential election, many people vehemently oppose candidate Bernie Sanders solely on the fact that he is a Democratic Socialist. Ever since the Red Scare of the 1920’s,...

Blast From the Past

“Back to the Future Part II” was released in 1989 and featured Marty Mcfly traveling through time from 1985 to Oct. 21, 2015. Seeing as though we have just passed that date it is...

lol kill urself… wait don’t actually tho

“I hope you die.” “I hope you get cancer.” “You should just kill yourself.” Of all the things you can tell someone, “Kill yourself!” or any other variation of that statement, should not be...

A World of Youthful Leaders

  “Leaders must be close enough to relate to others, but far enough ahead to motivate them.” –John C. Maxwell Recently around school we’ve seen the rise of young and ambitious students taking power....

Education ≠ Grades

Students are led to believe that the reason they go to school is to learn. It’s not supposed to be about the grades; it’s supposed to be about understanding the material. Sadly, this is...