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Star Wars Blu Ray changes leaves fan feeling green

By: Dennis Gosnell, Assignment Editor People who alter or destroy works of art and our cultural heritage for profit or as an exercise of power are barbarians, and if the laws of the United States continue to condone this behavior, history will surely classify us as a barbaric society. In the future it will become […]

That September Day

By: Narges Taghavi, feature editor A decade after the tragic events of September 11th, RSC performing arts theater presented “Remembering 9/11”. This event was held Sep. 9, 2011 and allowed people a chance to take a look back on that day and acknowledge the brave people who responded to the attack. The event was opened […]

Preview highlights of Global Oklahoma: Brazil

It’s about that time again; the 23 annual Global Oklahoma this year the country and culture of choice is Brazil. The event will begin October 1st and will involve the entire campus. It will begin at the east of the gym at 10:00 a.m. The theme country is Brazil but other countries such as Ireland, […]

DC gives comic fans a reboot to the head

By: Logan Pierce, editor-in-chief With the rise in popularity of comic book movies, more people are turning to the source material. In an attempt to win over potential comic readers, DC comics plans to make the mythos of their characters more easily accessible to new fans by rebooting the DC universe. On Aug. 31, DC […]

Banned books week starts September 26, tell us how you feel about banned books

Living an iLife

By: Narges Taghavi, feature editor What happened to the days when you would look up a word in the dictionary? How about having to stop and ask the guy at the gas station for directions? Remember when your favorite shows could only be viewed on an actual TV? Apple products have revolutionized the way we […]

Forever Free! Lincoln exhibit travels to RSC

By:Dennis Gosnell, assignment editor During the opening of the Forever Free exhibit on Aug. 30, 2011, President of Rose State College, Dr. Terry Britton, gave a short welcoming speech saying “A building like the LRC is important to being forever free, because it gives users the ability to stay forever free by allowing them to learn […]

Wildfire Spreads in Oklahoma City Areas

Dennis Gosnell, Assignment Editor Last week’s wildfires, wreaked havoc across Oklahoma and Texas. It is reported that at least six deaths can be attributed to the wildfires but no specific details about who died or where these fatalities occurred. The fire started along I-35 destroying 50 homes in the Midwest City/Oklahoma City area with 5,000 […]