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Why are the Oranges Yellow?
Everyone has gone through the cafeteria line more than a few times in their high school career. You grab your tray, utensils and napkins, decide whether you want a water, milk, or a Gatorade. Then you scoot through the line picking and choosing the f (More)
Finding those peaceful places to study
By Bralynn Sampson | Photo by Chris Doan | Being a senior is stressful. Finding a quiet place to study and finish work can be difficult. So I went around Roosevelt's campus to pick out the most relaxing comfortable spots.  DATA stools tables an (More)
Theatre hits the ground sprinting
Story and Photo by Nicholas Norris | The director of Roosevelt Theatre Company, Chad Thompson, is starting his varsity side of the theatre class with some short scenes from "The Shadow Box," a play composed of cancer patients being visited by thei (More)
Volleyball experiences community garden
By Briana Gaitan and Ivory Gonzalez | The varsity volleyball team went to visit the community garden on Sept. 21. “The reason we went to the garden was because I know Ms. Belmontez does a lot of it on her own, and 28 more hands would help her o (More)
ASL Puts the Shine in Sunshine Cottage
ASL. It stands for American Sign Language. For some people, it's just sign language, a couple of words, a language they don't understand, something only deaf people have to learn, or just a bunch of hand motions. For others it's their culture, it's h (More)
Pink Out Hits Home
The waiting room smells of lemon cleanser and the chairs are made of uncomfortable plastic. The appointment was for something completely different, but the shock and disbelief is caused from something else. Devastation seems to fill the room and unsh (More)
Sophomore Peyton Gill attends 5k, continues battling ovarian cancer
  photo by Emma Fischer by Emma Fischer | staff writer During the Tenth Annual Ov (More)
Beloved Teacher to Retire at the End of September
By AJ Ballard | Gene Strehle has worked for Roosevelt for the last 14 years, teaching Geometry and influencing students to work hard. Before his teaching career, Strehle served in the United States Air Force for 26 years. [caption id="attachmen (More)
Ms. Parchman Settles in at Bush
Caroline Lilly caught up with one of Bush's newest teachers. Check out her interview below. (More)
Welcome Back Bulldogs!
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