Rose State College students stand out at Momentum OKC 2015

By Casey Hunter Student Reporter — Momentum OKC 2015 was held March 6-7 at the Famers Public Market, displaying artwork by RSC alumnus Randall Barnes and current RSC student Madison Moody; RSC art professor Suzanne Thomas served as emerging curator. As a spotlight artist, Barnes had an installation comprised of art that was fuelled and […]

Talent wins students scholarship money at Rose Review

Jessica Phillips Editor-in-Chief–   Thirteen students competed with music, magic and acting for cash prizes at the Rose Review on March 5, where the 2015 Mr. and Ms. Raider Spirit were announced. Mina Chong won the first place prize of $500 with a jazz dance routine. She was also voted as fan favorite, earning an […]

Find our new office, prizes available

Marisa Caban Chief Photographer– The 15th Street News has been temporarily relocated to the Learning Resources Center, Room 206, due to the construction of the Fine Arts building. It’s been a long few weeks, but our new space is cozy. During the move, we found something incredible: boxes of T-shirts and sunglasses. Bring a newspaper […]

Foundation recognizes community contributions with Tower Awards

Rosee State College Tower

By: Christian Tabak Circulation Manager–   Three recipients were honored with the RSC Foundation’s fifth annual Tower Awards, presented at the Distinguished Alumni Hall of Fame banquet on Feb. 26. The recipients are Dr. William G. Bernhardt, retired chief of staff of the Midwest Regional Medical Center, previously the Midwest City Regional Hospital, and his wife […]

Bakeology club demonstrates skills with bake sale

Alex Roberts Assistant Editor —      The Bakeology Club is hosting its first ever bake sale from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Feb. 25 and Feb. 26 in the Social Sciences building. The club is selling two types of cupcakes for $1.50 each, brownies for $1 and cookies for 50 cents. Caitlin James, liberal […]

Raiders’ baseball dominating opposition

Baseball Schedule

Alex Roberts Assistant Editor– The Raiders’ baseball  team started the season with an impressive record of 6-1, winning nearly all games in dominant fashion. They are scheduled to start off the month of March playing at home four-out-of-five games and hope to continue their winning ways.  

Compassion comes easy to Rose State College student  

Brittany Graham Student Reporter —  For some people, spending 12 hours on a Boeing 707 aircraft isn’t an ideal classroom environment, but for RSC student Ellisa Lee, it was a perfect learning space. Originally from Sacramento, California, Lee found herself in a rut following high school. “I was really, really broke,” Lee said with a […]

Rose State College art professor curates, alumnus showcased in Momentum

Casey Hunter Campus Reporter —  RSC art professor Suzanne Thomas served as emerging curator for Oklahoma City Momentum 2015, the youth-driven art show on exhibit March 6-7. “I have been wanting to do more curating. … I like the idea of organizing the show,” Thomas said. “That helps me have a full respect of art.” […]

Raiders ‘run-rule’ Southwest Christian University twice in two-game series

Alex Roberts Assistant Editor–   The RSC baseball team dominated the second game of a two-game home series against the Southwest Christian University Eagles, winning 8-0 on Feb. 11. After run-ruling the Eagles in the first game on Feb. 10, the Raiders did it again after playing just seven innings. According to the National Junior […]

Martina McBride performs at Rose State College’s Hudiburg Chevrolet Center

Jessica Phillips Editor-in-Chief– Grammy-award winning artist Martina McBride took the stage at the newly renamed RSC Hudiburg Chevrolet Center on Feb. 10.   More than 50 people attended the reception in the lobby of the HCC on Feb. 10. (Photos by Jessica Phillips)   A reception was held before the show where RSC President Jeanie […]