Entrepreneurial conference gears toward veterans

Veteran's Conference group photo

Dennis Gosnell Assistant Editor   The keynote speaker for the Nov. 14 Veterans Conference was Adjutant General of Oklahoma, Maj. Gen. Myles L. Deering. The message in Deering’s speech was that military veterans hold the qualities, traits and core values to be able to succeed in the business world whether it is as an employee […]

STEM tours excite young minds

Children on STEM tour exploring aerospace equipment

Jennifer Byrd Editor in chief   Sixth-grade students from all five Mid-Del middle schools toured RSC throughout the month of November and participated in hands-on demonstrations in the fields of Science, Technology, Engineering and Math, collectively known as STEM. Dr. Wayne Jones, Science and Math dean, said the students were shown six areas of engineering […]

Double majors trending at college campuses

Double major graduate

Matthew Koon Volunteer Writer  The number of students with double majors is on the rise according to an article in the Chronicle of Higher Education. This is especially true in “elite schools where supercharged students want to do it all and where the ranks of double majors have swelled to more than 30 to 40 […]

Izumicon visits OKC

Matthew Koon Volunteer Writer   The anime convention known as Izumicon came to Oklahoma City again for the 7th year in a row, Nov. 1-3 at the Cox Convention Center. Things were different this year, mostly due to the thousands of fans attending from not just Oklahoma, but Texas, Kansas, Arkansas, and throughout the country. Anime lovers […]

Raiders toast comrades one last time

Jennifer Byrd Editor-in-chief The Doolittle Raiders raised their goblets for a final toast to fallen comrades on Nov. 9 during a ceremony at the National Museum of the United States Air Force in Dayton, Ohio. Rowdy Raider, RSC’s bomber-jacket-wearing mascot, was created in honor of the Doolittle Raiders, a band of 80 U.S. Air Force […]

Nominate someone for the Distinguished Alumni Hall of Fame Awards

Nominations are now being accepted for Distinguished Alumni Hall of Fame Awards.  Please join Rose State College in recognizing outstanding accomplishments of our alum.  If you know someone who recognizes Rose State College as a valuable part of their education, complete this nomination form online by December 14, 2013.  Any supporting documentation will be due to alumni@rose.edu by January […]

Nursing students help community at MWC Walgreens store

Nursing Students Pose for a picture

Carina Snow News Editor Nursing Science students gave free blood pressure readings at the Walgreens store located at 1601 S. Air Depot Blvd., Midwest City, Okla., on Nov. 12, and will provide the free community service again on Tuesday, Nov. 19, from 8 a.m. – 8 p.m. RSC Nursing Science Director Rebekah Ray R.N. said […]

Vets luncheon honors service members

Jennifer Byrd Editor in chief Col. Stephen D. Wood, Vice Commander of the 72nd Air Base Wing at Tinker Air Force Base, spoke at the Veterans Day Honor Luncheon on Nov. 12 in the Main Dining Hall at RSC. Wood spoke about the valuable training that RSC provides to military members. “We need trained and […]

No secret here, RSC theatre hits a high note

Jennifer Byrd Editor-in-chief     The Student Theatre’s latest production, “The Secret Garden,” is yet another brilliantly acted and well choreographed musical to add to the long list of successful performances by RSC. Twelve-year-old Cassie Schafer plays Mary, a recently orphaned resident of British India who is sent to live with her hunchbacked uncle in England […]

President’s Leadership Class Holds Fundraising Car Show

Jessica Phillips Volunteer Writer The President’s Leadership Class of RSC held a car show in the campus parking lot on Oct. 26 to raise money for Little Light Christian School. Sixteen cars, trucks and a bike entered the car show to compete for first-10th place, and the “In Car Entertainment” Award.   The ICE award […]