Government Shutdown update affects VA education benefits

    In an email sent to veterans at RSC, Lance Newbold director, veteran services and academic advisement released the following information: Due to the government shutdown, as of 4 p.m. EST Oct. 7, the GI Bill social media team will not post, reply to comments, or monitor the GI Bill Facebook account. Effective 8 […]

Student Senate prepared to lead

Courtney Ingram Assignment Editor   Most modern-day American schools have a student-run government to help aid students by giving them a voice in the goings-on at their institution. At RSC, the Student Senate is that elected body. Voting for Student Senate representatives was open on D2L from 12:00 a.m. on Sept. 4 through 11:59 p.m. […]

Heightened awareness dosen’t guarantee increased saftey

Recent tragedies, threats, and attacks have garnered the attention of the nation. Whether it is the bombing of an iconic marathon, increased foreign nuclear danger, or non-passage of gun control laws in the wake of yet another school shooting, Americans are in turmoil. We are trying to make sense of crimes against humanity. We are […]

Robins merry men become Anonymous

Dennis Gosnell, Assignment Editor There once was a man named Robin of Loxley who became known throughout Great Britain as Robin of the Hood. Robin Hood stole from the rich and gave to the poor; he was a man for the people. In more recent years, Anonymous has taken up the mantle of the once great […]