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 […]

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 […]

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

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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 […]

RSC Student Senators volunteer at Habitat for Humanity


By Jennifer Byrd Editor-in-Chief   Members of the RSC Student Senate, along with Student Activities staff, volunteered April 25 at a Habitat for Humanity neighborhood in northwest Oklahoma City, laying sod and planting a tree. Every year Student Senate members volunteer for the Habitat for Humanity organization, but students never know where they are going […]

Rose State College student in CLT program wins national award


By Amber Joyce-Reed Volunteer Reporter   A RSC student in the Clinical Laboratory Technology program won two competitive scholarships this semester, one of which landed her a trip to Chicago. Sophomore Mary Worthing won the American Society for Clinical Laboratory Science Oklahoma student of the year award, worth $500, and the American Society for Clinical […]

Graduation workshops to look at Rose State College degree requirements and how to finish in two years


By Carina Snow Assistant Editor     Students can learn about navigating the graduation process and receive prizes, while they last, at two upcoming workshops on campus.  The Graduation Services Center will present the “What is a Degree Audit?” workshop from 2-3 p.m. Wednesday, April 23, in the Student Center Fountain Room; also, a workshop […]

Health fair serves community


By Carina Snow Assistant Editor Nearly two dozen local organizations and businesses converged on campus for RSC’s annual free Community Health Fair on April 9 in the Wellness and Student centers. The event offered the college and local community free access to a wide range of trained health professionals for advice, counseling and information, as […]

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 […]

Phi Theta Kappa Honors Society initiates new members

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Jennifer Byrd Editor-in-Chief   Alpha Eta Alpha, the RSC chapter of the Phi Theta Kappa Honors Society, inducted nine new members April 5 at the Tom Steed Building. The chapter also named their advisers as honorary members. Chapter President Tammie Sharp presented framed certificates to professors Suzanne Thomas and Caryl Gibbs, thanking them for their service […]


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