Humanities Department wins Jail and Bail

  Jennifer Byrd News Editor       The second annual March of Dimes fundraiser, Jail and Bail, ended in the detainment of Dr. Bret Wood, Dr. Wayne Jones and Mr. Chris Meyer.  Ms. Lori Morrow, the Humanities Department’s representative, avoided jail time by raising bail before the event.   Throughout the month of March, […]

RSC prepares staff for possible Active Shooter

  Dennis Gosnell Assistant Editor In 2012, cities throughout the U.S. saw what police refer to as “Active Shooter” events.   To help faculty and staff make preparations in case of an Active Shooter, Richard Andrews, interim campus safety and security specialist, introduced Midwest City Police Department Lt. Jerry Kennedy, to speak on ways in […]

Spring up for workshops

  Jennifer Byrd News Editor The Student Success Center has two upcoming Financial Literacy Program workshops. The “Wise Use of Credit Cards” workshop will be held March 28 from 12:30 – 1:30 pm and will discuss how to use credit responsibly. The “Couponing 101” workshop is April 2 from 12:30 – 1:30 pm and will […]

Rose State projects over the year

Bond passage secures funds for campus improvements

Chelsea Ratterman Editor In Chief    The $22 million bond that Rose State sought passed on March 5 with a 64 percent approval rate. This means that RSC will be able to remodel the LRC, Aquatic Center and upgrade the IT systems equipment. Project start dates have yet to be set. The most visible updates […]

Raiders determined to have winning season

Jennifer Byrd News Editor The men’s baseball team is in the middle of the 2013 spring season. The Raiders have played nineteen of their games with a record of ten wins and nine loses. The season has proved challenging, but the team is confident the stats will continue to improve. At the last faceoff against […]

Dr. Jeanie Webb named new RSC President

 Chelsea Ratterman Editor in chief  Rose State College Board of Regents elected a new president on March 8. The Board announced the selection of Dr. Jeanie Webb, the current vice president of Student Affairs, to succeed Dr. Terry Britton when he retires, effective July 1. She will be the college’s seventh president and has served […]

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Lady Raiders knock it out of the park

  Jennifer Byrd News Editor   The RSC Softball Team played two double-headers March 2 and 3. On Saturday, the Lady Raiders faced Eastern Oklahoma State College. They won the first game 9-1. The second game was slightly more challenging. The final score ended in a 5-6 loss. The team didn’t let that loss get […]

Department heads in need of bail money

Jennifer Byrd News Editor   Have you ever wanted the chance to bail your Dean out of jail? The March of Dimes event “Jail and Bail” is a great opportunity to spring the powers that be from the pokey and raise money for a good cause.   This friendly fundraising competition between departments will provide […]