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Dance team donates backpacks for Hurricane Harvey
By Desiree Flores | Recently many cities in the state of Texas have been hit by Hurricane Harvey. Family after family has been torn apart, losing possessions and loved ones. In support, schools across North East ISD collected donations for families (More)
Iphone X: Buy 579 pounds of bananas instead
By Austin Cohea | Assistant Editor | Last week Apple announced three new phones, another watch, and Apple tv 4k streaming. The iPhone X (10) came with a lot of backlash from Apple fans, with no home button and consequently no finger print reader. (More)
Varsity Football beats Clark 49-48
By Austin Cohea | Assistant Editor | An intense game took place Sat. Sept. 9 at Heroes Stadium. The Rough Riders went back and forth with Clark, scoring 12 points by the end of first quarter, 26 in the second quarter, 34 in the third quarter, a (More)
Night of Truth II draws 600
By Austin Cohea | A Night of Truth Two took place on April 21.  The event was based around Tobe Nwigwe, and featured a motivational speaker and two dancers. The speaking was based on three words: environment, purpose, and squad. Tobe is a rapper, (More)
Students, teachers prepare for next round of STAAR
By Lizbeth Cuellar | Students across the state are back into testing rooms today for their Algebra I EOC. Teachers and students are all preparing for STAAR next week. Fr (More)
Nearly 20 athletes to represent at Area this week
By AJ Ballard and Mayra Gallegos | Nearly 20 varsity track athletes are headed to Area this week after placing in top 4 at district. They will go in 13 different events, encompassing running, throwing, and jumping. Iesha Broussard, a senior, is (More)
Prom tickets now on sale
By Naomi Gutierrez | This year's prom falls on May 13, from 7-11 p.m. at Noah's Events (noahseventvenue.com). The theme of prom is a Masquerade Voyage. There (More)
Debate to head to nationals
By Ana Calderon | The speech and debate clubs are making outstanding achievements. This year, for the first time, two competitors qualified for Nationals senior Adrian Johnson and sophomore Matthew Mandell. [caption id="attachment_16354" align= (More)
Choir adds to string of UIL wins
By Lizbeth Cuellar | Music and academic UIL season is in full swing, and yesterday the varsity choir added to the school's wins earning sweeptakes with straight 1's. The season opened with orchestra winning sweepstakes in March, journalism, with t (More)
Robotics qualifies for World competition
By Dominick Jayassi | Roosevelt's small team of only six people overcame adversity to earn second place in the FIRST FRC robotics competition last weekend and have now qualified to go to the World Competition on April 19-22 in Houston. [caption (More)
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