Ninja night an impressive success

Alex Roberts Assistant Editor —   Several RSC students attended Ninja Night hosted by the Drama Club on Nov. 13 in the Fine Arts building and H.B. Atkinson Theatre. Ninja Night consisted of playing Ninja, hacky-sack and watching the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles movie. Timothy Williford, theatre major and Drama Club president, said the officers came […]

Author shares personal experience of traumatic brain injury

TBI Lecture

Marisa Caban Chief Photographer–   Students and faculty met to listen to theories and research done on traumatic brain injuries by a marine veteran and also a victim of TBI, C. Mark Riden, on Nov. 13 in the Raider Room. Riden has researched TBI in veterans, National Football League players and college football players to […]

TRio: Prouder students with resources to success

Marisa Caban Chief Photographer — TRiO is the academic support system for students who are first generation college students, disabled or have low income. They offer tutoring, mentoring, campus tours of four-year colleges and more for students who qualify. It’s a personalized experience at TRiO. Their office is next door to the TRiO lab on […]

Table tennis intramural a hit

Jessica Phillips Editor-in-Chief — Eighteen students participated in intramural table tennis in the Wellness Center on Nov. 11. The bracket was narrowed down to Hunter Camp, concurrent enrollment student, and Happy Ukereti, business management major, competing for first place. “He beat me severely,” Camp said. Matches were best 2-of-3. Ukereti dominated the first two matches […]

Rose State celebrates veterans at luncheon

Veterans Luncheon 2014

Jessica Phillips Editor-in-Chief RSC honored veterans with a celebration luncheon in the Main Dining Room on Nov. 11 with guest speaker Col. (Ret.) John Bilbury III. “It need not be ever our lot in life that we forget to say thank you,” said Dean Fisher, vice president of student affairs and enrollment management, to the […]

Phi Theta Kappa inducts Rose State students

Alex Roberts Assistant Editor– RSC students were inducted into the Phi Theta Kappa International Honor Society Saturday, Nov. 8 at the Tom Steed Community Learning Center for their exceptional academic achievements. Guest speaker Omar Vazquez, president of the Oklahoma/Arkansas region of Phi Theta Kappa, congratulated the inductees and gave them advice. “Let passion be the […]

Couponing apps are ‘where it’s at’

Jessica Phillips Editor-in-Chief– Terri Talley, business development officer at Allegiance Credit Union, led Couponing 101, a workshop to teach students the basics of saving money with coupons, on Nov. 10. “All this stuff is money,” Talley said. “Every penny matters.” Talley spoke about different types of coupons, where to find them and gave tips and […]

Honoring veterans is a civilian duty

Sean Taylor accompanies his grandfather, Bennie Williams to the October 2014 ceremony and Honor Flight. (Photo by Jessica Phillips)

Jessica Phillips Editor-in-Chief —   More than 1.4 million servicemen and women are active duty, and 1.1 million are serving in the National Guard and Reserve forces. According to defense.gov, “The mission of the Department of Defense is to provide the military forces needed to deter war and to protect the security of our country.” Nearly […]

Halloween party treats campus

Jessica Phillips Editor-in-Chief– RSC hosted a Halloween party for students, staff and faculty in the Student Center on Oct. 30. The party included refreshments, games, a haunted house hosted by Student Senate, a costume contest and the announcement of the winner of the Penny Wars.   Costume contest The costume contest had more than 80 […]

Community scholars dodge out hunger

Jessica Phillips Editor-in-Chief —  The Community Scholars hosted Dodge Out Hunger, a dodgeball tournament to collect canned goods for the Del City Regional Food Bank, on Oct. 30. The entry fee for teams to participate was 25 cans of food. Games were played 6-on-6, and best 2-of-3 five-minute rounds. The Scholars wanted to help solve […]