Whiffle Ball Tourny

Jessica Phillips, Editor-in-Chief–   More than 50 students and several faculty members participated in the Homerun Whiffle Ball Derby on Oct. 1 in the Wellness Center. Bryce Queri, cyber security major and student senator, said the tournament was a “good way to get students involved with campus activities.” Participants were allowed to swing until they […]

Fall Fest Event List

Marisa Caban Chief Photographer–   Changing seasons lead to seasonal events held all around the country, including RSC’s own Fall Fest, a celebration for students, faculty, staff and clubs. Creative contests, charity events and more will take place during the four-day event, Oct. 20-23. Monday: Canned food donations can be brought to the Student Activities […]

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 […]

Women's Soccer Vs. Paris

By Alex Roberts Assistant Editor–   RSC men’s and women’s soccer won both of their home games in an exciting fashion, beating Paris Junior College on Sept. 30. Women: The women played a hard, physical game. Within the first 10 minutes, both teams had scored a goal, putting the score line at 1-1. Just after […]

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News

Campaign panel at Rose State

Experts lead campaign panel at RSC

Alex Roberts Assistant Editor —        A professor, a political consultant and an Oklahoma state senator led a panel discussion Oct. 10 at RSC on what modern political campaigns require for candidates to be successful. Based on their experiences, the three panelists shared their ideas of how a candidate can be successful, converging […]

Raider Life

Fall Fest Event List

Fall Fest to warm up campus with activities

Marisa Caban Chief Photographer–   Changing seasons lead to seasonal events held all around the country, including RSC’s own Fall Fest, a celebration for students, faculty, staff and clubs. Creative contests, charity events and more will take place during the four-day event, Oct. 20-23. Monday: Canned food donations can be brought to the Student Activities […]

OMRF

OMRF offering paid science interships

Alex Roberts Assistant Editor –   The Oklahoma Medical Research Foundation is accepting applicants for its 2015 Fleming Scholar Program now through Feb 1. According to OMRF, the eight-week summer internships allow selected students to “enhance their research skills by working alongside world-class scientist.” The Fleming Scholar Program is a paid internship, which also provides free […]

C4 conference Rose State

Conference encourages C4, awards professors

Jessica Phillips Editor-in-Chief – RSC Social Sciences professors Misty Engelbrecht and Richard Wedemeyer were two of several professors of community colleges to receive the Great Ideas for Teaching Award during the Oklahoma Association of Community Colleges conference on Oct. 10. “I think it’s fantastic,” said Juanita Ortiz, dean of Social Sciences. “I’m really proud,” excited […]

Features

Whiffle Ball Tourny

Intramural tournament hits home run

Jessica Phillips, Editor-in-Chief–   More than 50 students and several faculty members participated in the Homerun Whiffle Ball Derby on Oct. 1 in the Wellness Center. Bryce Queri, cyber security major and student senator, said the tournament was a “good way to get students involved with campus activities.” Participants were allowed to swing until they […]

Social Sciences Renovation

Renovation makes Social Sciences welcoming, ADA compliant

Jessica Phillips Editor-in-Chief– The Social Sciences building renovation is projected to be finished Dec. 15, with restrooms that comply with the Americans with Disabilities Act, new lighting fixtures and more, said Richard Andrews, director of operational efficiency. The renovation includes new flooring, LED lighting, wall treatments such as paint and texturing, new doors leading into […]

Club to host human chess

Jessica Phillips Editor-in-Chief–   The new Anime, Fandom and Gaming club has had more than 40 students on its sign-up sheet and has raised nearly $200 as of Sept. 30, according to member Rachel George. The AFG club is partnering with the Drama Club to host a human chess match on Oct. 16. The theme […]

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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