by Abigail Bovard and Hannah Ballerstedt (Staff Reporters) Pinned as the largest humanitarian crisis in the world, the war in Yemen has been raging on for over three years now. As a political intervention by Saudi Arabia, millions of Yemenis… 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
Abigail BovardStaff Reporter As of 2015, the McCormick Dining Center on campus boasts an “A rating” for having vegan and vegetarian options in the cafeteria. Although according to peta2, a youth animal rights association, the dining facility holds a “C… Read More ›
By Will Dancer Staff Reporter Every day, the security guards of Roosevelt University sit at the check-in desks, filing paperwork and greeting students and visitors as they stream in through the revolving doors and into the elevators. Checking IDs and… Read More ›