The Rosette Blog

Colonel Methered, Taking Risks

Everyone has his or her own journey. For Colonel Jim Methered, it just so happens that this journey has taken him to Japan, Hawaii and, occasionally, a freefall from thousands of feet above the...

Seniors Get Own Talk Show

This generation seems to get a bad rap that they aren’t informed about current events, aren’t respectful and aren’t responsible. 88.5 KEOM-FM is changing that montra. This past month, the Mesquite-based radio station aired...

Lady Jags Shoot Beyond Court

Coach Kasie Brewer instructs her Lady Jags basketball team from the side. The girls look at the task at hand and know it can only be completed if they work together. Senior Victoria Youman...

Point-Counterpoint: Against Foreign Aid

The U.S. gets stuck in a predicament every year. As the national debt now totals $16 trillion, politicians in Washington still act like we are morally obliged to disburse foreign aid that is seemingly...

So Much for A&M?

In September of 2011, Texas A&M University announced its move to the Southeastern Conference (SEC). Although controversial from conception, this decision has proven far more beneficial than it has harmful. The ultimate reason why...

What Literally Grinds My Gears

Do you know what literally grinds my gears? Wait. How could something literally grind my gears? Literally literally means actually, without exaggeration. Most decently intelligent people know that this word does not make sense...

The Deal with the Cowboys

Cowboys Stadium. It’s also known as “Jerry World.” There’s a reason: anything and everything must go through the All Mighty Jerry Jones. Jones delivered the Cowboys three Super Bowl victories two decades ago. Ever...

Doomsday: What to Expect

I just want to point out—first and foremost—that this whole ‘the-world-is-ending’ 2012 phenomenon was a lot more publicized and feared in 2011.  But whatever, that’s irrelevant here and now.  I just want everyone to...

Feel Old Yet?

Now that we’re in high school, it’s nice to look back on the things we used to like as kids. Unfortunately, this forces us to acknowledge the fact that we’re a lot older now....