Spotlight: Professor Kim Queri

By:  Tori Beechum, Contributing Writer Professor of Health and Sports Science, Kim Queri, has been working at RSC for eight years. Graduating from the University of Central Oklahoma in 2002, Queri later obtained her Master’s of Science in 2004. As the Aquatics Coordinator and professor, Queri has a variety of jobs on campus including swimming […]

Historical society preserves legend, memory

By: Bryan Trude, Feature Editor There is a group of dedicated men and women who meet monthly at on campus who, to an outsider, looks like just a group of old friends. Laughter fills the seminar room at the Professional Training Center as jokes are exchanged and stories are shared. Members of the Charles B. […]

Chill out with good reads for cold weather

Staffer picks favorite novels to read over the winter break

Controversy over the role of censorship in the arts

Honors lecture delves into specific cases of censorship and the role perception plays in deciding what gets censored.

Spotlight: Shawn McCreary

Danielle Finnegan, graphic artist Meet Shawn McCreary, president of Student Senate. McCreary’s main goal for the senate this year is to promote more student life on campus. “It is difficult because it is a two year college, but we are trying to get more student activities here on campus,” McCreary said. McCreary was a former […]

CIA officer speaks on Iraq war failures

Second hand information, bad intelligence to blame for war in Iraq

Communication Center hosts Transcend: An African-American art exhibit and film

Documentary exposes life for artists in Oklahoma’s art community

Oklahoma voters fall for Fallin

Career politician’s voting record exposed, evaluated

New on Netflix: Reviewer embraces Anime, hides from politicos

Anime over political goof balls any day: one man’s entertainment choice

Students help build community through Habitat for Humanity

New service-learning opportunities offer learning experience, responsibility