Campus celebrates culture and costume competitions

Campus was spooktastic on Halloween this year. Students, faculty and staff got in the spirit of the holiday, wandering around campus in costume, with many events held during the course of the day.  The Hispanic Student Association conducted an event that explained “Dia de los Muertos” or the Day of the Dead, as well as a […]

Safety first on Halloween night

Dennis Gosnell, Assignment Editor Oct. 31 is right around the corner and with it comes Halloween. Trick-or-treater’s will be wandering through the streets in search of that sugary goodness, candy. With trick-or-treating happening in the nighttime hours, safety and caution is important. Here are some tips for prowling the streets for candy safely from Oklahoma’s Own […]

Campus Chat: Who are you dressing up as this Halloween?

I am going as Sally from a Nightmare before Christmas, because she’s awesome and I couldn’t go as Jack. Kalan O’Dell, criminal justice major     I am going as Luigi, so I can find the Princess. Christopher Doiron, liberal studies major     I’m going as Fiona, a French maid. My friend didn’t want […]

Calendar of Events for week of Oct. 28 – Nov. 4

10 a.m. Oct. 28, Spooktastic Scholastic Party, Main Dining Room Nov 1, Hispanic Club Free Food, outside cafeteria Nov. 2 – 6 National Conference on Student Leadership, student senate executive board 11 a.m. – 1 p.m. Nov. 3, Business Networking Luncheon, Chamber Office 5905 Trosper Road R.S.V.P. required

A night at the occupation

By Chelsea Ratterman, Assistant Editor Occupy Wall Street, or OWS as it’s more fondly called, has spawned more than 250 movements across the country, with one hitting fairly close to home. Actually, it’s right in the heart of it. Occupy OKC was officially kicked off on October 10, with the acceptance of the Declaration, a […]

Student Lecture Series; Down Syndrome.

Dennis Gosnell, Assignment Editor Summer Fields, pre-nursing major, presented the first lecture for the Engineering and Sciences lecture series.  Once a month, the Engineering and Science division will have a student whose course works shows significant meaning and which also provides awareness for their given topic, give a lecture on their work. Fields topic of choice […]

Chili Cook-Off and Fun!

By: Narges Taghavi, feature editor Rose State’s 2nd annual Chili Cook-off was held on Oct.13, in the Student Center. Students and staff put their cooking skills to use by entering their own original chili for a chance to win prizes, and some student organizations even enter and gained points towards their club, which will go […]

Protect your money

Dennis Gosnell, Assignment Editor With current economic conditions in the United States, learning to bank properly becomes essential to surviving in the free market.  Rose State recently held a workshop called “e-Banking 101.”  Javon Johnson, member service officer for Tinker Federal Credit Union presented ways in which to bank safely, securely and smartly. “Money management can […]

Midwest City to retire old water tower, what should be built in its place?

Becoming strong, over coming domestic violence

With October being domestic violence awareness month, the Rose State Domestic Violence Committee and the Special Services Office held a special viewing of “Telling Amy’s Story.” Telling Amy’s Story is a documentary about the tragic end result of one particular abusive relationship.  Amy Homan McGee lived in Centre County Pennsylvania. She was the wife of […]