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Year's first issue of The Torch available for download

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The Torch, Roosevelt University newspaper

The Official Student Newspaper of Roosevelt University is available!

While we are diligently working on providing Roosevelt its historical print newspaper, The Torch is beginning a new campaign by offering Roosevelt an easily accessible student newspaper on a digital platform. We will still hold true to our roots of printing our publication, but a new era is being born. We are offering an easily downloadable version of this year’s first issue. Please enjoy this online version and on behalf of The Torch we are looking forward to serving Roosevelt for its 2016-2017 academic year. Thank you!

-The Torch Editorial Board

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