Tornado precautions gone wrong

Casey Hunter Student Reporter– After tornado sirens and heavy rain, a frantic group of journalists were more than ready to give up after an evening of editing and weather stress on May 6. The newspaper staff got more than they bargained for after we were told to relocate from the Learning Resources center to Student […]

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 […]


Marisa Caban Chief Photographer– 15th Street News is excited to participate in National News Engagement Day on Oct. 7 and invites students and faculty of RSC to join in. Post a photo of your news engagement, such as reading a newspaper, watching news on TV or sharing stories on social media, with the hashtag #RSCMediaDay […]

What Does 15th Street News Do With Their Extra Papers?

The 15th Street News serves the Rose State campus with its weekly editions. 4,000 copies of the weekly edition used to be published, but with budget constraints, that order has been reduced to about 2,000 copies per week. There are still papers left over at the end of the week, and many more left over by […]

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. […]