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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, […]

Raider Rush Tour

Jessica Phillips Editor-in-Chief   RSC’s annual Raider Rush was held on Aug. 14 in the Performing Arts Theatre; the freshman orientation included guest speakers, campus tours and lunch. Raider Rush introduced new students to the campus and available resources. Speakers informed students and parents about the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act, Free Application for […]

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 […]

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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Sports complex in the works

By Alex Roberts Assistant Editor   – On Aug. 14 Athletic Director Joey DaVault presented the Athletics Initiative, explaining the development of a new sports complex for RSC. The complex will benefit all RSC sports. DaVault said the initial estimate cost of the complex is $600,000. The complex will include a soccer stadium and a practice […]

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Raider Rush Tour

Raider Rush Acquaints Students to Campus

Jessica Phillips Editor-in-Chief   RSC’s annual Raider Rush was held on Aug. 14 in the Performing Arts Theatre; the freshman orientation included guest speakers, campus tours and lunch. Raider Rush introduced new students to the campus and available resources. Speakers informed students and parents about the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act, Free Application for […]

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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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 […]

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Casting call! Chicago auditions begin soon

By: Marisa Caban Chief Photographer       Auditions for RSC’s production of “Chicago” will be 7-10 p.m. on Sept. 8-9 in the H.B. Atkinson Theatre. All students are welcome to audition regardless of prior experience or major, but must bring 16 bars of sheet music to perform on Sept. 8; accompaniment will be provided. […]

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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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