Speech from Dr. Britton prompts high note exit

Chelsea Ratterman Editor In Chief  Dr. Terry Britton gave his last convocation speech as President of Rose State College on Jan. 18. The speech kicked off the second day of the convocation program organized for faculty that included a motivational speaker and workshops. Dr. Britton addressed many topics in his nearly hour long speech. The […]

New Year’s resolutions

  Jennifer Byrd News Editor     February is here and those New Year’s resolutions may have already faded from our minds. Many people start out with tons of motivation and truly intend on making permanent lifestyle changes. But now that the semester is underway and homework is quickly piling up, it may seem hard […]

AIA to serve Indian Tacos Thursday, after 12 year hiatus

  Bryan Mangieri Reporter  Remember when you first heard the Beatles? Or the first time you fell in love? Or the birth of your child? What happens Jan. 31 from 11:00 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. in the Social Sciences kitchen could possibly change the lives of students. After a 12 year moratorium, the American Indian […]

New nail trends arrive for the New Year

Skylar Wright Features Editor 2012 saw reverse French manicures with dark tips, instead of the traditional white on the bottom, but for the New Year and beyond, expect French manicures with a new, different twist. The sideways French mani, a vertical split, will be popular as well as pale nails with a striking diagonal tip, […]

Rose State a technology frontier

  Dennis Gosnell Assistant Editor Technology has, since the caveman, been a much-contested battlefield with those who hold the most accomplishments being at the top in the world’s economy and power structure. President Barack Obama and his administrators, along with those in Congress, are pushing for more education in the area of STEM (Science, Technology, […]

LRC Seeking Materials for benefit sale

Jennifer Byrd News Editor The Friends of the Library at RSC and the Library Club are asking for book donations for the book sale that will be hosted 7:30 a.m. – 8 p.m. Feb 13 and 14. All types of book donations are needed to make the sale a success. The LRC will accept fiction, […]

The Spectacular Now Sparkles at Sundance

Jennifer Byrd News Editor A24 Films, one of the newest and most active distribution companies on the Independent film scene, has acquired the rights to “The Spectacular Now,” the movie based on RSC Professor Tim Tharp’s book. The novel was a Finalist in 2008 for the National Book Award. It was adapted for the silver […]

Obama Inaugural speech hits controversial points

President Barack Obama took his second Oath of Office on January 21, the celebration falling on the same day the nation was honoring Martin Luther King, Jr. Obama took his oath upon both the Lincoln Bible and MLK Jr.’s bible, to honor men he has cited as influences upon his term as President. In a […]

LRC Book Sale seeking donations

The Learning Resource Center is having a book sale in February! If you have books, any books at all, they are looking for donations for the sale, that is sponsored by the Friends of the Library at RSC. Sounds like a great opportunity for some spring cleaning!   To donate, take books to the LRC […]