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OK Regents Raise Tuition

by: Chelsea Ratterman, assistant editor Tuition costs are raised once again. On June 23, the Oklahoma Board of Regents voted 8-1 to raise tuition costs by an average of 5.9%, along with 729 changes in fees to generate an estimated $13.6 million dollars. Before the vote, the Oklahoma Council of Public Affairs held a conference […]

The Vampire Bites Back: Fright Night (2011) Review

By: Chelsea Ratterman, Assistant Editor Vampire fans can finally rejoice. The toothed terrors finally burn in the sun again, a good old wooden stake or holy water will do them in and they actually have fangs (although at one point they had rows of them). The remake of the 1986 cult classic Fright Night arrived […]

Today’s Techno Savvy vs Yesterday’s Old School Habits

By: Dennis Gosnell   Assignment Editor In an era of Internet revolution the online classroom presents an alternative learning solution for students that may find it difficult to attend normal classroom education. The RSC online course program utilizes the Desire to Learn (D2L) classroom management tool. This allows students twenty-four hour access to classroom information, […]

Movie Review for Rise of the Planet of the Apes

by: Dennis Gosnell, assignment editor For many who go to see Rise of the Planet of the Apes, the subtle technique of blending a meaningful plot with lots of computer graphics and action may be a bit overwhelming. The movie trailer for Rise of the Planet of the Apes is filled with action and mayhem in […]

PepsiCo Dream Machines

By: Chelsea Ratterman, assistant editor If you have taken a look around campus lately, you would notice a few conveniently placed blue machines. These are a part of the PepsiCo Dream Machine Rally, a recycling program to support a greener planet and wounded 9/11 veterans with disabilities. The support of the veterans comes in the […]

Overreaching pump stump speech

With the political upheaval in Libya, speculators are predicting the price of oil to keep dropping. Even with that news, many Americans continue to feel the pain at the pump. Oklahoma’s gas prices since August of 2009 have gone from an average of $2.60 a gallon to the current price of roughly $3.51 a gallon. […]

Senator Inhofe Challenges Obama Policies

By: Logan Pierce, Editor-in-Chief Oklahoma’s senior U.S. senator, Jim Inhofe, spoke to Midwest City leaders and constituents 8 a.m. Mon. Aug. 22 in the Professional Training and Education Center. Inhofe’s message focused on four areas of government, described as “pretty serious problems.” Inhofe scrutinized the Obama administration’s policies regarding the military, excessive spending, regulation, and […]

Class room changes at RSC


RSC Student Senate establishing new leaders

By: Narges Taghavi, feature editor The Rose State Student Senate offers students the chance to be heard. Any student who is part of the Student Senate receives not only an opportunity for leadership experience, but also a 12-hour tuition waiver and the ability to make a difference. Every candidate must be enrolled in six credit […]