Abigail Bovard Staff Reporter You never know who has HIV; your neighbor, your boss, or even your friend. In order to prevent further misconceptions about HIV it is important that everyone around the world understands the real truth. Roosevelt University… Read More ›
Andrea Lee Staff Reporter Before their first year is even halfway over, freshman students are second-guessing their decision to come to Roosevelt. Although the reasons freshman want to leave are specific faults related to Roosevelt it is not uncommon for… Read More ›
Darlene LealStaff Reporter Just a short walk around Chicago, you know that the city is ready for the holidays. Macy’s has their Christmas displays out, the trees are lit and the Christmas trees are out. It’s hard to miss the… Read More ›
Established in Nov. 2017, these resources are organized by the Homelessness and Food Insecurity Taskforce and are aided by student and faculty volunteering, and most recently, through a partnership with the Greater Chicago Food Depository.
Their campaign began at the end of October as the team dropped their opening two contests. The first game of the year was away to Bethel College, where Roosevelt made a late comeback that fell just short as they ended up losing by seven points