Prep for Learning Resources Center renovation begins

LRC Construction

Jessica Phillips Editor-in-Chief– A fence was installed around the Learning Resources Center on April 29 in preparation for the building’s upcoming renovation. The LRC is still open and functioning, but is not accessible from the south side. The building will close on May 18. (Photos by Jessica Phillips)  

Pegasus and art show unveiled, displaying student, faculty artistic talent

Jessica Phillips Editor-in-Chief The annual Student Art Show and Pegasus, Rose State College’s literary journal, were unveiled on April 23 in the Communication Center lobby.   The art show is showcasing paintings, drawings and photographs and will remain on display until May 13. Pegasus features art, photography, poetry and short stories by students and faculty. […]

Student senate recruiting volunteers for Oklahoma City Memorial Marathon

Alex Roberts Assistant Editor — Student Senate is recruiting volunteers to help runners during the annual Oklahoma City Memorial Marathon on April 26. “By volunteering for this event and working in various venues, you will develop and nurture your leadership, service and team-building skills,” Student Senate President Austin Carroll, said in an email. To volunteer, […]

Students test their knowledge about evolution

Students answering questions about evolution in Mariëlle Hoefnagels workshop on April 15. (Photo by Casey Hunter)

By Casey Hunter Student Reporter —   On April 15 about 70 people gathered in Rose State College lecture hall to put their knowledge concerning the theory of evolution to the test. “Evolution happens no matter what,” said Mariëlle Hoefnagels, professor of biology and microbiology at Oklahoma University and author of the “Introduction to Biology” […]

Leadership class exposes Midwest City to local tastes

Casey Hunter Student Reporter– Each year the Leadership Midwest City class puts together a project that showcases local restaurants and hosts an evening of entertainment for the community. The class “researches and explores needs” in the community, said Lauren Nichols, president of the Leadership class. The event aims to raise money and familiarize the community […]

Hanging out on the campus mall

Hanging Out

German art student shares experience, perspective

Andrew Smith Student Reporter–   De’Jean Clement, a Rose State College art student, was born in Oklahoma, but spent most of his early life in Geilenkirchen, Germany, and has a specific view of American culture as someone from the outside. John Clement, De’Jean Clement’s father, was in the Air Force. When De’Jean Clement was 4-years-old, […]

Music fills the air at faculty recital

Marisa Caban Chief Photographer– The RSC music faculty performed in solos and ensembles at the recital on March 26. (Photos By Marisa Caban)   An evening of classical music, presented by Rose State College and music faculty, was held on March 26 in the Hudiburg Chevrolet Center. Solos and ensembles took the form of many […]

Student Senate competes in Ethics Bowl for first time

Jessica Phillips Editor-in-Chief —   Rose State College Student Senate members competed in the Association for Practical and Professional Ethics Two-Year College Ethics Bowl nationals on Feb. 19 in Costa Mesa, California. “We didn’t place last,” team captain David Magar said. Out of seven teams in the division, RSC came in sixth. Each team was […]

Gandhi’s grandson speaks against violence at OU

Andrew Smith Student Reporter–   Arun Gandhi, grandson of Mohandas Gandhi, spoke about how to improve on current teachings in schools and households, and practicing non-violence on March 12 at the University of Oklahoma. The week before he arrived at OU, a video showing fraternity members of the university’s chapter of Sigma Alpha Epsilon singing […]