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Philbrick inspires creativity in students

Philbrick inspires creativity in students

| January 17, 2019

By Zakary Rodriguez | Contributing Writer | Katy Philbrick didn’t initially dream of coming back to Roosevelt High School once she had left. The 2001 alum graduated and went to Texas Tech university where she got her Master’s degrees in Architecture and Business Administration. Her goal was to work for an architecture firm but, after […]

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New World Geography teacher is influenced by past travels

New World Geography teacher is influenced by past travels

| January 11, 2019

By Zacchaeus Anderson | Staff Writer | He’s a tall man that wears a button up shirt and khakis along with a pair of leather oxford dress shoes. His classroom is really open with South American sculptors and paintings on the wall. This teacher is Christopher Caesar and he teaches world geography at Roosevelt high […]

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Theatre company produces Macbeth

Theatre company produces Macbeth

| November 1, 2018

Photo and Story by Krystal Stigger | Contributing Writer | The auditorium lights were down and the audience was seated. They were seated on stage, immersed in the production unfolding before them. Actors moved throughout the audience, performing sword fights, emotional monologues, and daring escapes. With the use of Old English dialogue and costumes to […]

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Free meals program Snack Shak continues under new sponsor

Free meals program Snack Shak continues under new sponsor

| October 4, 2018

By Gisselle Washington | Staff Writer | Tackling chronic hunger. For students. From students. That’s what Snack Shak has been all about: helping teens and their families who are not able to provide enough food for themselves at home, with the assistance of student volunteers in partnership with Snack Pak 4 Kids. Now in its second […]

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