Cleaning up social media’s viral vomit

Dennis Gosnell Assistant Editor  Social media tends to contain what this writer considers to be the equivalent of society’s viral vomit. Communication, which was once held in check by societal standards, erupts on social media sites without any regard as to its positive or negative reception. Social media sites are not the first to become […]

Hacker Mitnick to Speak

  Dennis Gosnell Assistant Editor   Rose State Live has invited former hacker Kevin Mitnick to talk about his 30 years experience in computer security and his books at 3 p.m. April 12 in the Tom Steed Community Learning Center as part of their cultural series.     The presentation “Art of Deception: Are YOU […]

Bond passage secures funds for campus improvements

Chelsea Ratterman Editor In Chief    The $22 million bond that Rose State sought passed on March 5 with a 64 percent approval rate. This means that RSC will be able to remodel the LRC, Aquatic Center and upgrade the IT systems equipment. Project start dates have yet to be set. The most visible updates […]

Bond election to bring needed campus changes

  Dennis Gosnell Assistant Editor   RSC administrators are seeking improvements to the college through the Campus Advancement Plan, or CAP for short. When students visit the LRC they will have noticed that the offices for the Testing Center, Students with Disabilities, and the Student Tutoring are crammed into a small section of the building. […]

Technology advances prove detrimental: May lead to zombie apocalypse, sort of

In the recent movie “Warm Bodies” a potential inference can be made that we, humans and all of our technological advances, are indirectly responsible for the zombie apocalypse. This may be an inference that is just simply someone reading way too deep into a simple love story. This is not the first time that lack […]

The continuing evolution of the digital age

Dennis Gosnell, Assignment Editor Nearly five decades ago the world started to innovate industries with technological advances in leaps and bounds.  Today, technology changes at the speed of light. In the new age of Internet and social media, most people are not so concerned about the physical realm in which they live. What is the youth […]

Dawn of a Digital Learning Day

Education has come a long way since the little red schoolhouse. Shortly after the inception of the Internet, educators looked for ways to incorporate new technology into course curriculums. For more than 15 years, digital technology has played an ever-increasing role in education. In schools throughout the country, typing classes replaced cursive writing. This is […]