Annual party provides fun and presents for Adopted Schools

Adriana Valtinson, editor-in-chief RSC hosted the annual Adopted Schools Christmas Party, inviting students from Telstar Elementary and Willow Brook Elementary, Friday, Dec. 10, in the Main Dining Hall. Dr. Joanne Stafford, director of special services and student outreach, explained that the annual fete started 11 years ago when the Adopted Schools Program and the elementary […]

Spotlight: Dr. Michael Lovegrove

Brittany McDaniel, news editor Dr. Michael Lovegrove, professor of history, educationally resides in the Social Science building, his course of choice being American history. His lectures detail major events in our nation’s past, showcasing Lovegrove’s passion. Like the topic he so adamantly peruses, the life of Dr. Lovegrove itself is a strand in time that […]

Dissolution of program leads to firing of tenured professor

Bona fide lack of need cited for professor’s dismissal Brittany McDaniel, news editor A hearing was scheduled Dec. 3 concerning the job status of tenured professor, Dara Hays. Due to low enrollment and graduation rates, the e-commerce program, instated in 2001, was recently dissolved. The dissolution of the program came from a long process of […]

Fall 2010 Photo Portfolio

Holiday Party

Veteran’s Club sponsors discussion on Navy mission, honors deceased seaman

By: Brittany McDaniel, news editor The Veteran’s Club held their first sponsored event on campus Thursday, Nov. 18, explaining their purpose and background to attendees. Club President Justin White spoke to the group’s mission. “The purpose of our club is to provide a social network for the student veterans on campus. Eventually, we hope to […]

New on Netflix: Hollywood says goodbye to comedic legend

Bryan Trude , feature editor The Thanksgiving weekend was blemished by the loss of one of the most iconic comedic actors in Hollywood history. Leslie Nielsen passed away Nov. 28 in Fort Lauderdale, Fla., where he had been hospitalized with pneumonia. Neilson had a sizeable career as a dramatic actor in television and film, and […]

Spotlight: Earline Cottet

By: Bryan Trude, feature editor For 37 years, Earline Cottet has been an RSC fixture, first as a secretary for the LRC, then as a secretary for the Student Activities Office. Through her years of service to the campus, Cottet raised eight children with her husband, Keith, who passed away March 2010, from muscular dystrophy. […]

HOLIDAY LIGHTING CEREMONY

Campus hosts lighting ceremony for community

Year round reflection reveals genuine thanks

Now that the semester is halfway over, it may seem to some that it has sped up from its original painfully slow crawl. Where once we wanted to get classes over quickly, now some of us are having trouble keeping up. We’ve already blown through Halloween and are now just about to the point in […]