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Jessica Phillips Editor-in-Chief – Student senators for this year were selected through an election held on D2L Sept. 10-11. The new senators are Taylor Barton, Eric Campbell, Mina Chong, Cade Christian, Bryce Daniels, Madison Evans, Courtney Leppke, Sarah Maynord, Chase McMillen, Taylor Perry, Dustin Pexa, Derrick Pruitt, Bryce Queri, Jillian Tate and Caleb Toney. Student […]

Men's Soccer vs. Murray State

Alex Roberts Assistant Editor –   The RSC men’s soccer team dominated in their home game vs. the Murray State College Aggies on Sept. 13, improving their record to 5-1-0. The Raiders played well right from the start. They maintained good possession and kept the ball on their opponent’s side of the field for most […]

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. […]

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By Jessica Phillips Editor-in-Chief – The RSC Chorus rehearsed for “Star-Spangled Music Day” on Aug. 27 outside the Fine Arts Building.   The chorus will perform a revised version of “The Star-Spangled Banner” with local high school choirs on the 200th anniversary of the song.   Music Professor Tracey Gregg-Boothby said she and the chorus […]

Men's Soccer vs. Murray State

Alex Roberts Assistant Editor –   The RSC men’s soccer team dominated in their home game vs. the Murray State College Aggies on Sept. 13, improving their record to 5-1-0. The Raiders played well right from the start. They maintained good possession and kept the ball on their opponent’s side of the field for most […]

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Intramural sports program hosts frisbee golf

Alex Roberts Assistant Editor– Several students and faculty members participated in the annual RSC Frisbee Golf Tournament on Sept. 4, hosted by Student Intramural Sports  Andrew Zinn, music engineering major, won last years Frisbee Golf tournament and enjoyed making an attempt to defend his title. “It’s short, but a lot of fun,” Zinn said about […]

Raider Life

Men's Soccer vs. Murray State

Raiders dominate in 6-0 thrashing of Murray State

Alex Roberts Assistant Editor –   The RSC men’s soccer team dominated in their home game vs. the Murray State College Aggies on Sept. 13, improving their record to 5-1-0. The Raiders played well right from the start. They maintained good possession and kept the ball on their opponent’s side of the field for most […]

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OCU Professor discusses evolution of the Second Amendment

Alex Roberts Assistant Editor –   An Oklahoma City University professor discussed the development of the Second Amendment in modern times during the Constitution Day event in the Student Center main dining hall on Sept. 15. Michael P. O’Shea, professor and associate director of the Center for State Constitutional Law and Government at Oklahoma City […]

SuicidePrevention

Workshop gives tips to prevent suicide

Rachel George Volunteer Reporter–   Dr. Joanne Stafford, director of student services and student outreach, hosted a workshop on all things suicide prevention on Sept. 11. The workshop was to raise awareness about suicide in today’s population, especially in the younger generations. Suicide is the second leading cause of death among Oklahoma’s youth. In 2011, […]

Features

Ivoted

New student senators elected

Jessica Phillips Editor-in-Chief – Student senators for this year were selected through an election held on D2L Sept. 10-11. The new senators are Taylor Barton, Eric Campbell, Mina Chong, Cade Christian, Bryce Daniels, Madison Evans, Courtney Leppke, Sarah Maynord, Chase McMillen, Taylor Perry, Dustin Pexa, Derrick Pruitt, Bryce Queri, Jillian Tate and Caleb Toney. Student […]

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Java Rose Cafe relocates

By: Emilee Pray Volunteer Writer –     The Java Rose Café was relocated to the cafeteria, on Aug. 18. The area that previously housed the café will be converted into an overflow seating space for students, said Richard Andrews, director of operational efficiency. The purpose of the move is so that when other areas, […]

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RSC Chorus rehearses for Star-Spangled Music Day

By Jessica Phillips Editor-in-Chief – The RSC Chorus rehearsed for “Star-Spangled Music Day” on Aug. 27 outside the Fine Arts Building.   The chorus will perform a revised version of “The Star-Spangled Banner” with local high school choirs on the 200th anniversary of the song.   Music Professor Tracey Gregg-Boothby said she and the chorus […]

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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