TEACH Club collects books for adopted schools

Jessica Phillips Editor-in-Chief — The Tomorrow’s Educators Advancing Careers Here Club is hosting Fall into Reading, a book drive for students from RSC adopted schools, Willow Brook Elementary and Telstar Elementary. “A lot of kids don’t have books,” TEACH Club President Kristen Ryan said. The club held Fall into Reading during Fall Fest and it […]

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 […]

American Indian Association creates new vision

AIA Club of the year 2013

By: Christian Tabak Volunteer Reporter–   The American Indian Association kicked off the semester by setting their directive to increase community outreach among Native American communities and RSC’s appeal as a Native American friendly college. “Our number one goal for this year is to make Rose State College the top choice for Native American students,” […]

Club to host human chess

Jessica Phillips Editor-in-Chief–   The new Anime, Fandom and Gaming club has had more than 40 students on its sign-up sheet and has raised nearly $200 as of Sept. 30, according to member Rachel George. The AFG club is partnering with the Drama Club to host a human chess match on Oct. 16. The theme […]

PTK feeds the need

Story submitted by Phi Theta Kappa Phi Theta Kappa, the international honor society for two year institutions, challenges its members to live by four hallmarks:  Scholarship, Leadership, Service, and Fellowship.  And our local chapter, Alpha Eta Alpha, is up to the challenge. Last academic year, while researching an annual project, the chapter realized that there were […]

AIA Indian Tacos!

Photos by Jennifer Byrd and Marisa Caban 

Raider Reads : Dr. Britton’s poetry book a sober read

By Bryan Mangieri Reporter   To the delight of the 15th Street News, we introduce the Book of the Month Club.  This edition we bring to light the literature of RSC’s president, Dr. Terry Britton. Britton’s slim volume of poetry, “Along the Washita”, focuses on the life of Oklahomans in the 1940’s and 1950’s, and […]

Student Senators ready for involvement

Chelsea Ratterman, Editor in Chief UPDATE: The 16th Student Senator was announced Thursday as Brandon White. Congrats! A new batch of Student Senators was elected Sept. 5 and 6 through online voting on D2L. Fifteen senators were elected, and a run-off was held for the final spot Sept. 12.

The 411 on Club Recharter and Charter

By: Narges Taghavi, Feature Editor   The 411 on Club Recharter and Charter  The deadline for clubs on campus who wish to receive points for rechartering is quickly approaching. All clubs have until Oct. 12 to submit the club recharter form for their club to receive 50 points.

Hispanic Student Association aims to make a difference

Chelsea Ratterman, Assistant Editor The annual Club of the Year award was given out at the Student Life Banquet on Monday, April 23. This year the honor went to the Hispanic Student Association. The honor is awarded based on a point system, and a list of events that are eligible for points that school year, […]