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 […]

Measures taken to control Ebola

Amber Reed Joyce Volunteer Reporter–             As of Oct. 25, 10,114 cases of Ebola have been reported and of those 4,912 have died, according to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention. The current outbreak is more deadly than all previous outbreaks combined. Zaire is the strand of Ebola that is […]

CyberPatriot competitors prepare

CyberPatriot Logo

By: Christian Tabak Volunteer Reporter —   As a CyberPatriot Center of Excellence, RSC is hosting a series of workshops to prepare Oklahoma’s CyberPatriot teams for their upcoming competition; the second qualification round will be held on Nov. 14-16. In preparation for the upcoming state, regional and national rounds of the Air Force Association’s CyberPatriot […]

New Bakeology Club rises up

Alex Roberts Assistant Editor —   The Bakeology Club is a newly created group hoping to make an impact on campus, create sweets and bake different kinds of food. Caitlin James, a freshman majoring in liberal studies, was asked to join a club as part of her Educational Planning class. When she found out there […]

Experts lead campaign panel at RSC

Campaign panel at Rose State

Alex Roberts Assistant Editor —        A professor, a political consultant and an Oklahoma state senator led a panel discussion Oct. 10 at RSC on what modern political campaigns require for candidates to be successful. Based on their experiences, the three panelists shared their ideas of how a candidate can be successful, converging […]

Rose State College breaks ground for student housing

Jessica Phillips Editor-in-Chief–   The groundbreaking ceremony for student housing occurred on Sept. 18 and was attended by regents, legislators, architects, professors, students and more. “I’m very proud of us,” RSC President Jeanie Webb said. Glen Johnson, chancellor of the Oklahoma State System of Higher Education, said the groundbreaking was “a very important day in […]

Intramural sports program hosts frisbee golf

Alex Roberts Assistant Editor– Several students and faculty members participated in the annual RSC Frisbee Golf Tournament on Sept. 4, hosted by Student Intramural Sports  Andrew Zinn, music engineering major, won last years Frisbee Golf tournament and enjoyed making an attempt to defend his title. “It’s short, but a lot of fun,” Zinn said about […]

Regent Robert Croak steps down, William Croak steps up at Rose State

Jessica Phillips Editor-in-Chief —     Former RSC regent Robert H. Croak was honored with a celebration and roast on Aug. 28, after retiring from his regent position in June.   Croak served as a regent at RSC for 21 years. “It was time to pass the baton,” he said. Croak still retains his full-time […]

Former Oklahoma governor speaks at RSC

Governor Keating Speaking at Rose State

Jessica Phillips Editor-in-Chief —   Former Oklahoma Gov. Frank Keating spoke on campus on Aug. 26 about his experience in leadership during the aftermath of the bombing of the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building in Oklahoma City.   Leading in crisis Keating’s lecture, “Leading in Crisis: The Oklahoma City Bombing,” was sponsored by Friends of […]

Sports complex in the works

By Alex Roberts Assistant Editor   — On Aug. 14 Athletic Director Joey DaVault presented the Athletics Initiative, explaining the development of a new sports complex for RSC. The complex will benefit all RSC sports. DaVault said the initial estimate cost of the complex is $600,000. The complex will include a soccer stadium and a practice […]