Prep for Learning Resources Center renovation begins

LRC Construction

Jessica Phillips Editor-in-Chief– A fence was installed around the Learning Resources Center on April 29 in preparation for the building’s upcoming renovation. The LRC is still open and functioning, but is not accessible from the south side. The building will close on May 18. (Photos by Jessica Phillips)  

TEACH Club collects books for adopted schools

Jessica Phillips Editor-in-Chief — The Tomorrow’s Educators Advancing Careers Here Club is hosting Fall into Reading, a book drive for students from RSC adopted schools, Willow Brook Elementary and Telstar Elementary. “A lot of kids don’t have books,” TEACH Club President Kristen Ryan said. The club held Fall into Reading during Fall Fest and it […]

Former Oklahoma governor speaks at RSC

Governor Keating Speaking at Rose State

Jessica Phillips Editor-in-Chief —   Former Oklahoma Gov. Frank Keating spoke on campus on Aug. 26 about his experience in leadership during the aftermath of the bombing of the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building in Oklahoma City.   Leading in crisis Keating’s lecture, “Leading in Crisis: The Oklahoma City Bombing,” was sponsored by Friends of […]

Campus enrichments commence

Jennifer Byrd Editor in chief Banners around campus proclaim, “It’s a Whole New Ballgame”.  The graphics are indicative of the college’s sports teams, including the newly added soccer program, but this statement also refers to higher education collectively. A decline in enrollment over the last three years, coupled with increased overhead costs and decreased funding […]

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 […]

Lincoln’s Changing Views on Slavery

By: Chelsea Ratterman,  Assistant Editor Through Oct. 3 the LRC will feature the “Forever Free” Abraham Lincoln Exhibit; which is touring the United States in honor of Lincoln’s 200th birthday. Events and lectures have been planned for the duration of the exhibit’s visit and after. Dr. Alan Ball presented one lecture on Sep. 7 in […]