Math drives more careers than imaginable

Professor of Sociology Tara Hall presents her math and sociology presentation at the Math Drives Careers workshop. (Photo by Marisa Caban)

By Marisa Caban Chief Photographer–   Math Awareness Month was honored on April 14 in the Tinker Terrance Room. Andrea Xeriland, coordinator of the Mathematics Department, hosted the Math Awareness Month talk titled “Math Drives Careers.” Professors of Cybersecurity, Sociology, Music and Meteorology programs spoke about math, how it affects their careers and presented their experiences […]

Cyber security program offering scholarships

Alex Roberts Assistant Editor — The RSC Cyber Security program, now offered completely online, is accepting applications for a program scholarship through a grant from the National Science Foundation. Ken Dewey, director and professor of the Cyber Security program, said he helps students learn the skills needed to defend against cyber attacks, and prepares students […]

Social media reflects student conduct

Dennis Gosnell Assistant Editor       With each new step toward the technology of tomorrow, comes more ways to both expand and restrict human potential. One man’s freedom is another man’s chains.   Can social media become a student conduct issue?   Why yes it can. See RSC Student Handbook 2013/2014, Article 1 Subsection […]

Unlocking creativity through Magic

Pictured left to right: Mason Meyer, Steve Wolbert and Jimmy Barnes pit their play skills and deck building creativity against each other in a game of Magic: The Gathering. Photo by Logan Pierce

By: Logan Pierce, Editor-in-Chief Why does the collectible card game (CCG) Magic: the Gathering appeal to some students? Unlike the Pokémon or Yu-Gi-Oh CCGs, there’s no video game or anime to help promote sales of Magic. Its popularity is the result of the game itself. Shuffle and cut In 1993, when Richard Garfield created the […]