“innocence of Muslims” inflames countries

Chelsea Ratterman Editor in Chief A film released online over the summer has set the world afire in recent months. “The Innocence of Muslims” film, which portrays the prophet Muhammad as a womanizing child abuser, has sent countries around the world into an uproar, resulting in deaths, most notably that of the U.S. Ambassador to […]

U.S. Rep. Cole sees 20112 presidential election as a referendum on Obama

U.S. Rep. Tom Cole addresses RSC students in an open forum format. Photo by Logan Pierce

By: Logan Pierce, Editor-in-Chief On March 13, U.S. Rep. Tom Cole met with members of the Student Senate to field questions relating to the political season and government policy. Cole talked about the President’s tax plan. “People will be waiting on the election,” Cole said, “The winner will determine the course for this country.” No […]

New Years Revolutions 2011

People around the world make New Year’s resolutions at the close of each year. In December of 2010, the Middle East set a course of New Year’s revolutions, which directly affected more than 15 different countries in that region throughout 2011. While not desirable, history has shown time and again that revolution is essential to […]

Remembering 9/11 one decade later

This year marks the 10th anniversary of the attacks on the World Trade Center and the Pentagon. Another attack is believed to have been coordinated on either the Capitol Building or the White House; the location is unknown, because the passengers aboard Flight 93 managed to overtake the hijackers and foil the attack, at the […]