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By Emilee Pray Volunteer Writer   The RSC Theater Program is performing the Princess and the Pea on May 1-4 in the Atkinson Theatre; Thursday through Saturday performances start at 7:30 p.m., and Sunday’s matinee starts at 2 p.m. Tickets are free to RSC students and seniors over 65, $3 for all other students, and $5 […]

By Alex Roberts Assignment Editor Two professors from the RSC Humanities Division have joined forces to lead a new degree program titled Global and Cultural Learning, which gives students the opportunity to travel and study abroad. Professors Sherri Mussatto and Lori Morrow plan to teach students about different cultures in our nation and other countries. […]

ILLUSTRATION: Distracted driver

  Living a distracted life is now the American norm; no longer do we pay full attention to anything: eating is supplemented with smartphone or tablet apps, homework is accompanied by music and TV, and driving plays second-fiddle to texting. This lack of attentiveness, especially behind the wheel, can lead to injury or even death. […]

Ellen DeGeneres on stage during the 86th annual Academy Awards on Sunday, March 2, 2014, at the Dolby Theatre at Hollywood & Highland Center in Los Angeles. (Robert Gauthier/Los Angeles Times/MCT)

Marisa Caban Photographer The Academy Awards aired live Sunday night on ABC, and the world watched one of Hollywood’s best parties of the year. Oscars are best known for the gorgeous red carpet gowns, stunning musical and visual performances, and hilarious hosts. This year held true to the usual Oscar standard of on-time perfection, despite […]

Catcher Erin Elmore gives pitching instructions during the game against the Cisco Wranglers on Feb. 22, at the RSC softball field.

Alex Roberts Assignment Editor  The Lady Raiders blew their lead in the last inning of Saturday’s home game against the Cisco Wranglers and lost 6-5. The game was even, and scoreless, until RSC got on the scoreboard in the bottom of the second inning. Courtney Moore, who played third base in Saturday’s game, hit an […]

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News

Mass Comm Awards

Side Bar- Oklahoma Collegiate Media Association Jennifer Byrd: Journalist of the Year (2-year school); first place in Reviews; third place in Editorial Writing, Reviews, Sports Photography; honorable mention in General News Writing Dennis Gosnell: Honorable mention in Feature Writing Janay Hensley: third place in Column Writing Carina Snow: second place in Investigative Reporting; honorable mention […]

Raider Life

New Humanities program encourages students to travel abroad

By Alex Roberts Assignment Editor Two professors from the RSC Humanities Division have joined forces to lead a new degree program titled Global and Cultural Learning, which gives students the opportunity to travel and study abroad. Professors Sherri Mussatto and Lori Morrow plan to teach students about different cultures in our nation and other countries. […]

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Scholars present art show project ideas to Regents

By Brittany Luker Student Reporter The Francis White Hughes scholars presented a mock presentation of their project, “ESPORE,” on April 25 in the Regents Room of the Administration Building, where they proposed making the Civic Center Atrium a possible venue option for their art show. The name they chose, “ESPORE,” is an Italian verb meaning […]

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RSC’s Baptist Collegiate Ministry hosts Freedom Week to end slavery

By: Alex Roberts Assignment Editor     The RSC Baptist Collegiate Ministry hosted its second annual Freedom Week on April 21-24 on the campus mall to raise awareness about modern-day slavery. The BCM’s mission during Freedom Week was to help people understand the atrocity of slavery and let people know that it is still occurring […]

Features

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Rose State College presents the Princess and the Pea

By Emilee Pray Volunteer Writer   The RSC Theater Program is performing the Princess and the Pea on May 1-4 in the Atkinson Theatre; Thursday through Saturday performances start at 7:30 p.m., and Sunday’s matinee starts at 2 p.m. Tickets are free to RSC students and seniors over 65, $3 for all other students, and $5 […]

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The Elder Scrolls Online expands popular series

Dennis Gosnell Student Reporter   You awaken in a prison cell without any knowledge of where you are. As you approach the cell door a ghost seeks your help to free him; and with his freedom comes yours. Welcome to the world of “The Elder Scrolls Online.”   In 1994, Bethesda Game Studios and Bethesda […]

Norman E. Tutorow (cq) has published two books on Leland Stanford (cq) compiling of nearly 10 years of research.  Photo courtesy of MCT Campus

Great Issues Lecture Series tracks railway development

By Dennis Gosnell Student Reporter   The Honors Program invited assistant professor Peter Soppelsa, of the History of Science department at the University of Oklahoma, to provide insight into early railway development and what it meant for those who lived in the era at the final Great Issues Lecture of the spring semester. Early development […]

Opinion

ILLUSTRATION: Distracted driver

Distracted minds lead to destructive lives

  Living a distracted life is now the American norm; no longer do we pay full attention to anything: eating is supplemented with smartphone or tablet apps, homework is accompanied by music and TV, and driving plays second-fiddle to texting. This lack of attentiveness, especially behind the wheel, can lead to injury or even death. […]

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