Theater provides free entertainment for students

Jennifer Byrd Editor in chief If tickets to “Wicked” at the Civic Center Music Hall are out of your budget, yet you have a thirst for theatrical entertainment, RSC’s Student Theatre performance of “The Giver” may be just what you need. All students of the college and senior citizens can attend free of charge. Eric […]

Spirit of freedom shines through with reading of challenged and banned books

Dennis Gosnell Assignment Editor Students, faculty, and staff assembled outside of the LRC Oct. 1 to participate in a banned books readout. “Freedom to read” is the motto of Banned Books Week, a week in which individuals nationwide gather and participate in events that celebrate the First Amendment.

Staff Banned Book Pick: The Catcher in the Rye

: The Catcher in the Rye By: Narges Taghavi Feature Editor J.D. Salinger’s “The Catcher in the Rye” is an exceptional story. Although, it might not be something you’ll find the modern day teenager reading and parents might be startled by the novels unrefined content; the story is one that is timeless.  The story follows […]

Meeting of Minds…. or not

Dennis Gosnell, Assignment Editor To start off “Banned Books” week, RSC held a panel to discuss the concept of government control over the censorship of books. KOCO Eyewitness News Anchor Wendell Edwards moderated the panel; which consisted of Rep. Jason Nelson, Former Corporation Commissioner Jim Roth, and Executive Vice President of the Oklahoma Press Association Mark […]