Mr. Rosas Makes A Subject Switch

By Marcos Perales | Staff Writer | Art teacher Alejandro Rosas is now on his eighth year of teaching here at Roosevelt. In previous years, his walls in his classroom were filled with numbers, math formulas, and some of the work that his students have done. He had his plans for two weeks at a time on a neat white […]

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JROTC instructor inspires, mentors students

By Elsi Delgado | Contributing Writer | As kids start to grow into young adults, their choices reflect on who they are going to be and what path they are going to take, but there are always changes, small modifications that make each individual their own unique person. This is Master Sergeant Marchantia Johnson’s story. Sergeant Johnson was born in […]

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Roosevelt Theatre Company executes play adaptation of The Outsiders

By Gisselle Washington | Big Stick Editor | The audience leaned back into their seats in the darkened auditorium as they set their gaze to the performance drawn before them. A story of immense conflict between two rival gangs of different economic backgrounds. The play adaptation compelled the audience with emotional dialogues, violent fights, and devastating conclusions. The Roosevelt Theatre […]

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