Izumicon visits OKC

Matthew Koon Volunteer Writer   The anime convention known as Izumicon came to Oklahoma City again for the 7th year in a row, Nov. 1-3 at the Cox Convention Center. Things were different this year, mostly due to the thousands of fans attending from not just Oklahoma, but Texas, Kansas, Arkansas, and throughout the country. Anime lovers […]

Hollywood breaks new ground with “Cloud Atlas”

Chelsea Ratterman Editor In Chief Remember when the prediction was Oscar season would bring smarter movies? Perhaps Hollywood has outdone itself this time. “Cloud Atlas” is the most recent ground-breaking film from an industry that hasn’t done a lot of ground-breaking lately. Perhaps it is the deep thought required to understand the meaning of it, […]

Dream Act is hot topic at HSA event

Narges Taghavi Feature Editor The Hispanic Student Association hosted their annual Hispanic Heritage Month Celebration, Sept. 27 in the Campus Mall. The event consisted of a taco bar, music from Alegria Real and a salsa cook-off, as well as a panel of those affected by the Development, Relief and Education for Alien Minors Act who […]

New Costume Designer gets swept to Oz

By: Narges Taghavi Feature Editor Rose State College theatre department puts on a variety of productions each year and time and hard work go into making these shows spectacular. Many elements go into putting on a great show, such as talented actors who can bring characters to life and a script that captivates the audience. […]

Costumes get “super” treatment

Chelsea Ratterman, Assistant Editor As Halloween approaches, the biggest thing on the minds of kids, and even some adults, is what costume to buy for Halloween. As promised, Halloween each year can be seen as a reflection of the trends of that year. What controversies are the biggest, what star the brightest, and what TV […]