Service Learning gives life experience to students

By: Logan Pierce, editor-in-chief Service-Learning offers students the opportunity to put what they’re learning in the classroom to practical use in the community. What sets Service-Learning apart from volunteerism is ensuring the service experience directly relates to the curriculum and objectives of a certain course. Aside from the benefits that come from serving others freely, […]

RSC soars into the future

Chelsea Ratterman, Assistant Editor For college students, higher education means making life changes; it only stands to reason that college campuses would also require change and improvements. Technology, medical breakthroughs, new degrees, equipment and learning spaces all play a role in campus advancements, and Rose State is no exception. With the recent partnership with Southeastern […]

Leadership Spotlight: Hudiburg Scholars

Chelsea Ratterman, Assistant Editor The Hudiburg Scholarship is another Leadership scholarship available to students. There are currently eight members that make up the group. Formerly known as Reconnections, this scholarship has been re-named in honor of the Hudiburg Family, which has been a staple of the Midwest City business community since the 1950s. The Hudiburg […]

Free self-service tax preparation

Rose State College is offering free self-service tax preparation starting February 6th until April 13, 2012. For more information visit the Business and Information Technology building (BS221) Monday through Thursday 12:30-5:15

The continuing evolution of the digital age

Dennis Gosnell, Assignment Editor Nearly five decades ago the world started to innovate industries with technological advances in leaps and bounds.  Today, technology changes at the speed of light. In the new age of Internet and social media, most people are not so concerned about the physical realm in which they live. What is the youth […]

Talent review unifies students

Dennis Gosnell, assignment editor The second annual Rose Talent Review will be held at 7 p.m. Feb. 16 in the Atkinson Theatre. “[It is] an opportunity for students to showcase their talents,” Kirby Harzman, coordinator, student activities said. There’s still a chance to be heard and seen Open auditions closed Feb. 2. However, auditions are still […]

Feud in U.S. Capitol continues over Keystone Pipeline

Dennis Gosnell, Assignment Editor Oil drips silently in the Capitol while the President and Congress debate over Keystone XL Pipeline. Contentious politicians at it again  The leaders of the country are once again butting heads.  This time though it’s over the future of America’s foreign oil dependency. The Keystone XL Pipeline is to be America’s hope […]

Light and dark side of Star Wars the Old Republic

Dennis Gosnell, Assignment Editor It’s time to break out the old lightsaber and join the fight to enslave or save the universe. Birth of a new style of MMO On Dec. 20, Star Wars the Old Republic (SWTOR) was released to fanatic Star Wars fans worldwide.  Many, including myself, pre-ordered the game to get early access […]

America’s educational drought

Dennis Gosnell, Assignment Editor Global economics serve to push education to be a more prominent concern. With many stressing the current economic situation in America, many try and understand why and how we have arrived at our current destination. Where is your parent? It is possible that, due to both parents being out of the house […]

Triathlon winners team together to finish victoriously

By: Logan Pierce, editor-in-chief Friday, Jan. 27, the five fastest finishers of the first-ever indoor campus triathlon met for the awards ceremony in the Wellness Center. Blake Shawn, David Swingle, Seth Johnston, John Interwicz, and Grace Wood each completed the triathlonwithin the first week of the semester. Beginning Jan. 23, all triathlon contestants were required […]