RSC Chorus rehearses for Star-Spangled Music Day

By Jessica Phillips Editor-in-Chief — The RSC Chorus rehearsed for “Star-Spangled Music Day” on Aug. 27 outside the Fine Arts Building.   The chorus will perform a revised version of “The Star-Spangled Banner” with local high school choirs on the 200th anniversary of the song.   Music Professor Tracey Gregg-Boothby said she and the chorus […]

Oscars celebrate artistry

Marisa Caban Photographer The Academy Awards aired live Sunday night on ABC, and the world watched one of Hollywood’s best parties of the year. Oscars are best known for the gorgeous red carpet gowns, stunning musical and visual performances, and hilarious hosts. This year held true to the usual Oscar standard of on-time perfection, despite […]

The Giver’s Great performance (Video)

Banned Book Week 2013

Carina Snow News Editor   The Learning Resources Center will have a table display of banned and challenged books as part of the American Library Association’s 2013 Banned Book Week Sept. 22-28; Lois Lowry’s “The Giver” will be the feature selection. The LRC is promoting “The Giver” because the RSC Student Theatre Department will perform […]

Theater provides free entertainment for students

Jennifer Byrd Editor in chief If tickets to “Wicked” at the Civic Center Music Hall are out of your budget, yet you have a thirst for theatrical entertainment, RSC’s Student Theatre performance of “The Giver” may be just what you need. All students of the college and senior citizens can attend free of charge. Eric […]

Exclusive Gentlemen of the Road tour hits Guthrie, Okla.

By: Carina Snow News Editor Guthrie, Okla. – The “Gentlemen of the Road” tour rocked the city of Guthrie Friday, Sept. 6, and Saturday, Sept. 7 with an exclusive weekend stopover concert; the event, which resembled a modern-day Woodstock, boasted a colossal crowd of nearly 40,000. The city of Guthrie, with a population of roughly […]

10-minute plays short and sweet

  Jennifer Byrd News Editor On April 18, “Short and Sweet: A Ten Minute Play festival” opened at the H.B. Atkinson Theatre for a four-night run. Although it was free to attend, as it is for all students and seniors, it would have been well worth the cost of admission, plus some. Six plays, written, […]

AIA welcomes community members to traditional dance

  Submitted by Alan Neitzel, AIA   The Second Annual Contest Powwow will be held at 2 p.m. April 13 in the Student Center and is open to the campus. Organizers are hoping to replicate the success of last year’s powwow that saw dancers from around the state and actors Eddie and Michael Spears. The […]

“Trance” review

Lynnette Spaeth, Volunteer Writer “Trance,” directed by Danny Boyle is a mind blowing thriller that is hard to get out of ones’ head.  Simon (James McAvoy), a fine art auctioneer, gets caught up in the act of gambling and finds himself owing a lot of money. He then join up with a gang, led by […]

Rose State projects over the year