Renovation makes Social Sciences welcoming, ADA compliant

Social Sciences Renovation

Jessica Phillips Editor-in-Chief– The Social Sciences building renovation is projected to be finished Dec. 15, with restrooms that comply with the Americans with Disabilities Act, new lighting fixtures and more, said Richard Andrews, director of operational efficiency. The renovation includes new flooring, LED lighting, wall treatments such as paint and texturing, new doors leading into […]

Ready, set, swim!

Aquatic Center Re-opening

By Jessica Phillips Editor-in-Chief —   The Aquatics Center reopened on Sept. 23 after its recent renovation. Patron Consuelo Bearson has been coming to the Aquatics Center for 14 years. “I missed the water so much,” she said.   Swimmer Ellie Barrett has been coming to the center since 1995. “Looks great, nice and clean,” […]

President addresses big changes

Alex Roberts Assistant Editor   RSC President Jeanie Webb issued her address to the faculty on Aug. 14 in the H.B. Atkinson Theatre, previewing some of the new and exciting changes coming to campus, both architecturally and academically. Webb explained how change is all around us, and that we must adapt if we are to […]

Bond election to bring needed campus changes

  Dennis Gosnell Assistant Editor   RSC administrators are seeking improvements to the college through the Campus Advancement Plan, or CAP for short. When students visit the LRC they will have noticed that the offices for the Testing Center, Students with Disabilities, and the Student Tutoring are crammed into a small section of the building. […]