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 […]

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 […]

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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Rose State College breaks ground for student housing

Jessica Phillips Editor-in-Chief–   The groundbreaking ceremony for student housing occurred on Sept. 18 and was attended by regents, legislators, architects, professors, students and more. “I’m very proud of us,” RSC President Jeanie Webb said. Glen Johnson, chancellor of the Oklahoma State System of Higher Education, said the groundbreaking was “a very important day in […]

Raider Life

Women's Soccer Vs. Paris

Raiders win in double-overtime thriller

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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American Indian Association creates new vision

By: Christian Tabak Volunteer Reporter–   The American Indian Association kicked off the semester by setting their directive to increase community outreach among Native American communities and RSC’s appeal as a Native American friendly college. “Our number one goal for this year is to make Rose State College the top choice for Native American students,” […]

Aquatic Center Re-opening

Ready, set, swim!

By Jessica Phillips Editor-in-Chief –   The Aquatics Center reopened on Sept. 23 after its recent renovation. Patron Consuelo Bearson has been coming to the Aquatics Center for 14 years. “I missed the water so much,” she said.   Swimmer Ellie Barrett has been coming to the center since 1995. “Looks great, nice and clean,” […]

Features

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 […]

#RSCMediaDay

Marisa Caban Chief Photographer– 15th Street News is excited to participate in National News Engagement Day on Oct. 7 and invites students and faculty of RSC to join in. Post a photo of your news engagement, such as reading a newspaper, watching news on TV or sharing stories on social media, with the hashtag #RSCMediaDay […]

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Fairy ring appears near Engineering and Technology

Marisa Caban Chief Photographer –     A fairy ring bloomed on campus between the Engineering Technology building and the LRC, along with several other scattered mushrooms on Sept. 16. Mushrooms, despite being on the uglier end of botanical life, can do very beautiful things, like form Fairy Rings. According to the Missouri Botanical Garden, […]

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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