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.
Lecture highlights book about March on Washington, RU contributions to Civil Rights Movement By Kevinisha Walker The St. Clair Drake Center for African and African American Studies hosted a lecture about the March on Washington and civil rights last Monday…. Read More ›
Athletic Department pays back student athletes By Marcellis Lewis firstname.lastname@example.org Some may think being a Roosevelt University Laker means free food, uniforms and other amenities, but in reality, they are the ones paying for it. The university’s athletic department’s budget… Read More ›