Women’s Leadership Initiative Scholarship

Scholarship recipient is awarded a 12 hour tuition waiver for Fall 2013 AND a 12 hour tuition waiver for Spring 2014 Proposal Topic: “Women Shaping a Healthy Future” 1000 word essay AND a 10 slide PowerPoint excluding the title slide Submit a bibliography of sources. ALL submissions will be checked for plagiarism via turnitin.com Please […]

Bond election to bring needed campus changes

  Dennis Gosnell Assistant Editor   RSC administrators are seeking improvements to the college through the Campus Advancement Plan, or CAP for short. When students visit the LRC they will have noticed that the offices for the Testing Center, Students with Disabilities, and the Student Tutoring are crammed into a small section of the building. […]

Barefoot in the Park delivers its share of laughs

Jennifer Byrd News Editor Neil Simon’s “Barefoot in the Park” premiered in the H.B. Atkinson Theatre on Feb 14 and ran through Feb 17. The play opens with newlywed Corrie Bratter, played by Hailey Moore, desperately trying to apply the finishing touches to a drafty and overpriced New York apartment. She wants everything perfect before […]

What Fashion Week Told Us

Skylar Wright Features Editor As New York Fashion Week wraps up in the Big Apple, the styles are just getting started as we take a look to the hottest fall fashion. The style and new trends came in all forms during Mercedes-Benz New York Fashion Week, which got under way despite weather conditions February 7-14, […]

Indian Tacos! $6, Feb. 28 in the SS kitchen!

Scholarship workshop a success

  Skylar Wright Features Editor Student Success and Financial Aid teamed up at RSC on February 13to relay scholarship information to students for the 2013 school year. 25 students gathered around the speaker in the Tinker Terrace Room receiving flyers, a detailed power point presentation and a chance to win an iPad. The workshop gave […]

No time to escape the wrath of whipped cream

 Bryan Mangieri Reporter Members of three organizations (Professional Administrative Staff Association, Classified Staff Association and Faculty Senate) joined together Feb. 14 for a Valentine’s celebration in the Raider Room for the event, Just Desserts. Many claimed the reason they went was for the camaraderie from colleagues. Crystal Myers, I.T. services support assistant and CSA president, […]

Sports festival educates OKC metro in health and wellness *

Jennifer Byrd News Editor   The third Bart & Nadia Sports & Health Festival will be held Feb. 16 from 9 a.m. – 5 p.m. at the Cox Convention Center in Oklahoma City. Attendance is free.   A variety of events will take place including several health and fitness related booths offering information on exercise, […]

Student Activities kicks off Black History contest

February is Black History Month and Student Activities is hosting a contest to test student’s knowledge of the history of this celebration. Black History Quizzes Each week on D2L will feature a quiz for students to take. There will be a new quiz each week, with random questions generated from a bank of over 100 […]

Jennifer’s Fab Ab February Blog

Day 14 (February 14) I ate the chocolates without completing my exercises. I think this is my wrap for Fab Ab February. Day 13 (February 13) Why isn’t school cancelled today?! I realize the streets are fine, but I was really looking forward to staying in bed all day. Plus, I had a flat tire […]