Black history month examines past, present and future trials of an influential culture

By: Brittany McDaniel, feature editor In honor of Black History month, the RSC Black History Committee sponsored the African-American History Celebration Tuesday, Feb. 8, in the Main Dining Room. Monique Bruner, professor of political science, emceed the event, introducing the Millwood Arts Academy third grade dance group, whom performed a variety of tributes to trail-blazing […]

Spotlight: Lisa Doane

By: Timothy Miranda, contributing writer Lisa Doane, human resources major, is all too familiar with the perpetual balancing act that work, school and home lives place on returning adult students. Doane shares her home life with her wife, Leah, in a relationship she describes passionately as, “just love.” Between the two of them, they have […]

Annual leadership event introduces, builds new campus relationships

By: Bryan Trude, assistant editor Student senators and club leaders met together for the annual spring retreat, Jan. 28, at the Professional Development and Training Center. “Good morning everybody,” Dr. Jeanie Webb, vice president of student affairs, said as she welcomed the attendees. “Are you ready for some fun? The retreat, held during the beginning […]

Four seats, six eligible, two absent

By: Miranda Liming, editor-in-chief Senate endured a busy day Tues., Feb. 8, trying to plan catch-up, like the majority of campus, during their weekly meeting. Because of the Jan. 31 storm, Senate was forced to postpone the election of new officers. The organization looked to elect a permanent Vice President and four senator seats Senator […]