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Riders prepare to take on Steele
By Zacchaeus Anderson | Staff Writer | The Roosevelt Rough Riders and the Steele Knights are both in a win or go home situation in round 2 of the playoffs.

Riders Progress in Playoffs After Close Win Against Brandeis
By Nichelle Harris | Assignments Editor | On February 19, the boys basketball team entered their first playoff game against Brandeis, which resulted in a heated match to see who would move on to the next playoff round. Once the game tipped off, th (More)
Students visit H-E-B headquarters for job shadow
By Gisselle Washington | Staff Writer | Twenty ETA students and their instructor Dr. Chang had the opportunity on Feb. 11 to visit the H-E-B Headquarters downtown to shadow their designers and architects and discover what they do. The day incl (More)
Boys soccer team makes improvements
By Zacchaeus Anderson | The Roosevelt rough rider soccer team has improved their record last year and is currently 11-4 overall and 2-3 in districts. “I think the success of this team this year is the commitment of not only being at practice bu (More)
Faster Times Improve Swim Season for Larger Team
[caption id="attachment_18819" align="alignright" width="300"] Freshman Chris Sanchez swims freestyle at district 27-6A championships. Photo by Austin Cohea[/capti (More)
5th Brigade Drill Competition honors drill teams
[caption id="attachment_18799" align="alignright" width="300"] Seniors Brian Lemus, David Rodriguez, Zachary Cain and Darius Brown compete in the Armed Color Guard phase.

By Hailey Massey | Assistant Editor | Rifles spun and drillers ma (More)
Roosevelt Theatre Company impresses with Hairspray
By Gisselle Washington | Staff Writer | Roosevelt Theatre Company strikes again with the timeless musical Hairspray for the first production of 2019. Performances included compelling acting from the cast, intricate dances, and powerful vocals. (More)
Seasonal Depression should be taken seriously
Stormy clouds over campus. By Hailey Massey | Assistant Editor | Winter can be hard for Texans: a sudden change from a warm autumn to a blistering cold can be trying on th (More)
Kind faces, good service separate Whataburger from the rest
By Zacchaeus Anderson | Staff Writer | It may seem like your common burger and fries restaurant, but what separates it from the competition is how the staff is so polite and understanding to you. This is Whataburger and its establishments are m (More)
Norwood returns to Roosevelt as principal
By Angelina McMinn | Staff Writer | Bryan Norwood has returned to Roosevelt as principal. He worked at Roosevelt previously as an assistant principal. In his time away, he worked at North East Alternative Center and Memorial High School. He said h (More)
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