Digital textbooks provide quick access to course materials

In a world where connectivity is considered slow after a 10 second delay, students are looking for an easier, faster way to gain access to textbooks and materials. That way comes in the form of digital textbooks. The RSC bookstore recently started a campaign through their parent company, the Follett Corporation, to not only sell […]

Editorial: Revisiting the topic of cell phone courtesy

When someone goes into the workforce, there are things expected of him or her, vis-à-vis Tinker AFB professionalism. Some of them are basic concepts such as being punctual, bathing on a regular basis, arriving to work fully dressed, etc. However, there are several concepts that seem a little less intuitive which must be in order […]

Intercultural Programs Spring 2011 Calendar

Black History Month Program What: Black Wall Street of America: Greenwood Avenue When: Tues., Feb. 8 at 11 a.m. Where: Main Dining Room, Student Center How to Teach Students Who Don’t Look Like You What: Culturally Relevant Teaching Strategies When: Fri., Feb. 25 from 8 a.m. until 3 p.m. Where: Tom Steed Auditorium How: Pre-Registration […]

Spotlight: Megan Johnson

Former Miss Rose State dishes on future, hobbies Logan Pierce, contributing writer Megan Johnson graduated from RSC May 2010. She is also a graduate of the Respiratory Therapy program and is currently attending UCO in Edmond where she’s working toward a Bachelors degree in PR and broadcasting. In addition to being chosen twice as “Miss […]

Online math program provides variety of resources

Brittany McDaniel, news editor The face of the classroom is ever changing. With the advances in technology, there is a demand for student to keep up. Math courses at RSC integrate traditional classroom lectures with an online math program called MyMathLab. This program is mainly used for completing homework assignments, but also has a variety […]

Quiet start to spring semester for Student Senate

Miranda Liming, editor-in-chief Student Senate returned to business Tues., Jan. 25, for the second meeting of the spring semester. Resolution 001, authored by Senators Lessor, Buchanan, Pickard, and Secretary Bertolasio, was presented and states: “A resolution pertaining to the repairing of the door handle on the upstairs door in the Social Sciences building leading to […]

Zonta honors Amelia Earhart, scholarship recipients

Brittany McDaniel, news editor The Zonta Club of Central Oklahoma held their business meeting Jan. 18. The meeting began with a highlight of Amelia Earhart’s career, and paralleled the famous flyer’s contribution to society by introducing the guest speaker for the evening: Captain Anne Portlock, a pilot in the US Air Force. Portlock started her career […]

Donated Books Shipped to Ghana

Bryan Trude, assistant editor RSC’s science and math club, Sigma Alpha Mu, collected over 400 used textbooks and educational books for donation to the African nation of Ghana during the club’s “Textbooks or Educational Books for Ghana” program last semester, which were shipped Jan. 12. The program, which collected books ranging from college-level texts to […]

Honors Program offers a creative outlet opportunity for students

Honor’s Program offers a creative outlet opportunity for students
Creative and intellectual enhancement achieved through Honors Program
Honors Project completion allows for academic advancement