On Tuesday June 20th, Roosevelt’s class of 2017 graduated. Before the shaking of hands, receiving of diplomas, and throwing of hats could occur however, the students need to hear speeches. Three in total, one from their principal, Mr. Vance, another from fellow students and valedictorian, Sage Bitter, and staff […]
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Dear readers, Well, I guess now it’s time. My time as the blog editor is over, and I am tearfully handing over the blog to my good pal, Maggie Udd because I will be directing Dramafest my senior year. I know that she will do a good job next […]
The special projects unit of The Roosevelt News filmed this a short video to find out what rhs kids are actually wearing. Special thanks to those who let us film them today.
Below is a selection of works from some of our residential poets! According to their club page, Poets Committee is the club that carries the creative Voice of Roosevelt. It is responsible for the hosting of, set-up and take-down of the school’s Open Mics, which occur one-to-two times every month and […]
Written By: Sophia Rollins This past week, if you happened to see a mass of Roosevelt students crowded around the theater with tickets in their hands, here’s a quick recap. The theater department at RHS just finished hosting their 61st annual week of Dramafest, a series of one act plays […]
In response to the inauguration, at least 175,000 people flooded the streets this Saturday for a 3 mile march from Judkins Park to Downtown Seattle. Hundreds wore “pink pussy hats” and carried signs that supported womens rights, equality, and social justice. At the same time, sister marches occured around the […]