Pegasus Unveiling

Chelsea Ratterman, Assistant Editor The revealing of the 32nd annual Pegasus publication was held in the Communications Center on April 25. The competition and subsequent book showcases original poetry, writing and artwork of Rose State students, staff and faculty. Susan Dawson-O’Brien and Theresa-Ann Walther are the contacts for the program and submissions.

Showers soak Spring Fest

By: Logan Pierce, editor-in-chief Spring is officially here! Spring into Campus and Spring Fest took place April 11 and 12. Dante and the Hawks were the featured bands, and voting for Student Senate Executive Positions took place online. The rainy weather that fell April 11 forced Spring Fest activities into the Student Center. As a […]

Stereotype snubbed at personhood protest

Chelsea Ratterman, Assistant Editor It seems that this election cycle has brought a number of social issues to the forefront. One that has been heavily debated is the issue of “personhood” and the ramifications of such bills within government. Is it an overreach of the state or federal government to determine when life begins? Or […]

Semester in photos

The Fall 2011 semester is at its end, so here are some pics for a quick look back!

DC Universe joins the free to play world

    Dennis Gosnell, Assignment Editor Sony Entertainment Online announced Sept. 19 that DC Universe Online (DCUO) would be moving to the free-to-play business model.  “We’ve listened to our community, and we’ve determined that the free-to-play model is the best fit for DC Universe Online,” said John Smedly, president, Sony Entertainment Online.   Free-to-play will begin […]

Reminder: Sharon Isbin in concert Thursday, September 29 at 8 p.m.

Information provided by: Rose State Live Acclaimed for her extraordinary lyricism, technique and versatility, multiple Grammy Award winner Sharon Isbin has been hailed as “the pre-eminent guitarist of our time”.  She has given sold-out performances throughout the world in the greatest halls including New York’s Carnegie and Avery Fisher Halls, Boston’s Symphony Hall, Washington D.C.’s Kennedy […]

DC gives comic fans a reboot to the head

By: Logan Pierce, editor-in-chief With the rise in popularity of comic book movies, more people are turning to the source material. In an attempt to win over potential comic readers, DC comics plans to make the mythos of their characters more easily accessible to new fans by rebooting the DC universe. On Aug. 31, DC […]

15th Street News adds QR codes

By: Narges Taghavi, feature editor Smart phone carriers will be happy to know that the 15th Street News will be including QR (quick response) codes in each issue, so we can share with readers links to polls and other information. QR scanners are popping up everywhere from magazines to the tables of fast food chains. […]

Virtual face-lift of asks for students, faculty participation in order for more growth, effectiveness

By: Bryan Trude, assistant editor The RSC website,, is scheduled to undergo a major facelift. The Office of Marketing and Public Relations, with the help of design firm Element Fusions of OKC, will be debuting a new, more interactive version of the school’s website by the end of February 2011. “We started looking at […]

Life is not all fiesta; It’s learning too

By: Bryan Trude, feature editor Nine members of the RSC faculty and staff put their Hispanic knowledge, and their reputations, to the test Thursday, Sept. 16 in the Student Center Main Dining Room as served as the panel for “Hollywood Squares” to celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month. Teams from the Aquatic Center Life Guards, the Hispanic […]