Students give teachers the ultimate apple

By: Chelsea Ratterman, Assistant Editor In Chicago the Golden Apple Awards were established in 1985, where the idea was to give local teachers the level of recognition of actors receive at the Academy Awards. Since 2001, Rose State College has participated in the Golden Apple Awards program, which has gone on to become a nationwide […]

Movie Review: Tower Hiest

Chelsea Ratterman, Assistant Editor The Bernie Madoff scandal was a source of inspiration for the film “Tower Heist”. Its release is also poised to tie in with the Occupy Wall Street movement and the accusations of corruption and greed being so prominent on Wall Street. Ben Stiller and Matthew Broderick lead the cast, with Eddie Murphy […]

Oklahoma rocked by 5.6-magnitude earthquake

By: Logan Pierce, editor-in-chief Remember, remember, the fifth of November As preparations were made for daylight savings time in Oklahoma, the clocks weren’t the only things that fell back. This was due to a record-breaking 5.6-magnitude earthquake, which occurred Saturday. Geologists believe the 4.7-magnitude earthquake, which hit early Saturday morning, was a foreshock for the […]

Black Friday is just around the corner, what are you planning to do?

Identifying Anonymous: An idealistic enigma

Logan Pierce, editor-in-chief For more than five years the quasi-group Anonymous’ unique brand of hacking has left an indelible mark on Internet culture. Portions of their influence eventually seeped into the real world. While Anonymous boasts no formal organization or leadership, it has adopted certain icons, including the image of a faceless business suit and […]

Robins merry men become Anonymous

Dennis Gosnell, Assignment Editor There once was a man named Robin of Loxley who became known throughout Great Britain as Robin of the Hood. Robin Hood stole from the rich and gave to the poor; he was a man for the people. In more recent years, Anonymous has taken up the mantle of the once great […]

Rocksteady Studios scores with Batman: Arkham City

Dennis Gosnell, Assignment Editor At the 2009 Spike Video Game Awards, Rocksteady announced a sequel to Batman: Arkham Asylum.  The sequel, Batman: Arkham City was released Oct. 18 and is available on the PS3, XBOX 360, and PC. Dr. Strange’s obsession with the Dark Knight The game is set around Dr. Hugo Strange’s odd fascination with […]

Hugs project reach soldiers 7,549 miles away

By: Narges Taghavi, Feature Editor  The Veteran’s Club on campus has teamed up with the Hugs Project to get care package donations for U.S. soldiers in Iraq and Afghanistan. “The Veteran’s Club was wanting to do something for the holiday season, and trying to get the Hugs Project to come out here.” David Leach, Veteran’s […]

Calendar of Events for Nov. 7 – Nov. 21

Calendar of Events for Nov. 7 – Nov. 21 2 p.m. Nov. 8, Student Senate meeting, SC 123 2 p.m. Nov. 7, Opening Reception Jewish Songwriters Exhibit, LRC 2nd floor Nov. 12, OSGA Fall Congress, OK State Capital 2 p.m.  Nov. 15, Student Senate meeting, SC 123 7 p.m. Nov. 21, Public lecture by Dr. […]

Pegasus lets students soar through self expression

By Amber Stafford, circulation manager Every year the Humanities and Communication divisions put together a contest for students to enter works of original art, photography, poetry, short stories, and essays. Pegasus is RSC’s annual literary publication for students, faculty and staff for selected artwork and literary endeavors. The Pegasus journal has been in existence for […]