Complete College fair guides grads to universities

By Marisa Caban Chief Photographer– Students at the Complete College Fair speaking with various universities about their graduation and transfer plans (Photos By Marisa Caban)     The Phi Theta Kappa international honor society and Rose State College Graduation Services collaborated on March 9-10 for the first ever Complete College fair. The event featured admissions representatives […]

GEAR UP promotes college among middle and high school students

By: Christian Tabak Circulation Manager — Oklahoma GEAR UP program is a federally funded initiative by the Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education that helps inform and prepare middle and high school students for college. Through activities, events , conferences, workshops, presentations, campus tours and more, RSC and other college GEAR UP liaisons work not only […]

Obama sticks students with the tab

The college-rating system proposed by President Obama is designed to help students navigate their college options while decreasing the cost of higher education. Unfortunately his plan does not address the underlying problems faced by colleges and attempts only to relieve symptoms. Obama’s ranking system rates colleges based on tuition, student loan debt, and percentage of […]

Dr. Jeanie Webb named new RSC President

 Chelsea Ratterman Editor in chief  Rose State College Board of Regents elected a new president on March 8. The Board announced the selection of Dr. Jeanie Webb, the current vice president of Student Affairs, to succeed Dr. Terry Britton when he retires, effective July 1. She will be the college’s seventh president and has served […]

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Lady Raiders knock it out of the park

  Jennifer Byrd News Editor   The RSC Softball Team played two double-headers March 2 and 3. On Saturday, the Lady Raiders faced Eastern Oklahoma State College. They won the first game 9-1. The second game was slightly more challenging. The final score ended in a 5-6 loss. The team didn’t let that loss get […]

Scholarship workshop a success

  Skylar Wright Features Editor Student Success and Financial Aid teamed up at RSC on February 13to relay scholarship information to students for the 2013 school year. 25 students gathered around the speaker in the Tinker Terrace Room receiving flyers, a detailed power point presentation and a chance to win an iPad. The workshop gave […]

Lady Raiders sign fresh faces: New members join old teammate

Skylar Wright Features Editor Courtney Moore and Rachel Cooper signed their letters of national intent on Thursday Jan. 17 to play for RSC softball. “We are very excited to add Courtney Moore and Rachel Cooper to the Rose State Softball Program. They each bring something different to the table; Courtney brings a lot of power […]

Academic futures require serious consideration

  Dennis Gosnell Assistant Editor     At the end of the spring semester, students will go into the world. Some students will transfer to a four year universities, and others may join the work force using their education to fulfill their dreams.   For those students moving to a four-year university, planning ahead and […]

College debit cards risk for students

Dennis Gosnell Assistant Editor   In recent years banks have partnered with colleges to provide students with debit cards. These debit cards allow colleges to ensure easy and smooth transactions with students. However, students might find that the transaction fees are little more than they would choose to pay. On Sept. 18, U.S. Public Interest […]