Little robots make big differences

Dennis Gosnell Assistant Editor   It has been said that the small things in life are what make life worth living; Larry Johnson, Engineering Major, explained just how far technology has come in creating very small things to make life better.   What exactly is Nanotechnology? Nanotechnology can be described as the study in the […]

Rose State College Blood Drive

Jennifer Byrd News Editor   Thirty volunteers are needed to give blood and help saves lives. The American Red Cross will be in the Wellness Center on Tuesday, November 27, from 10:30 am – 3:00 pm for the RSC Blood Drive. All donors will receive a scratch code-card with a unique pin to redeem online […]

Chillin’ in style

By: Narges Taghavi Feature Editor Winter is upon us and it’s time to bring out the sweaters, boots, mittens and coats. But when deciding on a winter wardrobe, see if any of these winter fashion staples are already in your closet. One of the biggest must-haves for those dress days is knit tights. Unlike ordinary […]

Keeping track of a credit score pays off

By: Narges Taghavi Feature Editor A workshop to help students understand their credit score was held on campus at the start of November. The event was beneficial by helping participants learn the ins and outs of their credit score, while teaching them the importance of maintaining good credit. The FICO score, the leading credit score […]

Campus campaign raises money for United Way efforts

Jennifer Byrd, News Editor                   The annual United Way Campus Campaign is running through the end of November, with this year’s goal set at $7,000.  Last year, $6,139 was raised, exceeding the $6,000 target. Although the bar has been raised for 2012, students and faculty are committed to surpassing the goal once again.  There are […]

Cycle Out Cancer participants bike the road to health

Jennifer Byrd News Editor It’s not too late to “Cycle Out Cancer” in the Wellness Center.  All month long two stationary bikes have been dedicated to promoting cancer awareness through physical activity. As of Nov. 13, ninety-seven people had accumulated 611 miles.

Curtains close on the Twilight Saga

Chelsea Ratterman Editor In Chief  “The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part 2” is the end of another book to film era. Only a year after the “Harry Potter” books left theatres, Bella and Edward faced their final challenge and depart from the big screen. Picking up where the last movie picked up, Bella Swan has […]

Phi Theta Kappa Induction

The newest members of the RSC Chapter of Phi Theta Kappa were inducted November 3 in the Professional Training and Education Center.

2012 Election results

Election season is over! No more TV ads, phone calls or emails asking for support or donations. President Barack Obama was re-elected, but that wasn’t the biggest news of the night.  The presidential race was tight at the beginning and then widened at the end in the presidents favor. President Obama took home 303 electoral […]

Kick the habit, start a car

Dennis Gosnell Assistant Editor During the annual Stop Smoking event held Oct. 24, students received a packet containing information, such as a list of the chemicals used in the production of cigarettes that could help them quit smoking.