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 […]

Music fills the air at faculty recital

Marisa Caban Chief Photographer– The RSC music faculty performed in solos and ensembles at the recital on March 26. (Photos By Marisa Caban)   An evening of classical music, presented by Rose State College and music faculty, was held on March 26 in the Hudiburg Chevrolet Center. Solos and ensembles took the form of many […]

Talent wins students scholarship money at Rose Review

Jessica Phillips Editor-in-Chief–   Thirteen students competed with music, magic and acting for cash prizes at the Rose Review on March 5, where the 2015 Mr. and Ms. Raider Spirit were announced. Mina Chong won the first place prize of $500 with a jazz dance routine. She was also voted as fan favorite, earning an […]

Interschool chorus performs “The Star-Spangled Banner” at Rose State College

Marisa Caban Chief Photographer  —   The rain didn’t put a damper on Star-Spangled Music Day, celebrating 200 years of “The Star-Spangled Banner” by Francis Scott Key on Sept. 12. The event included a performance of “The Star-Spangled Banner,” arranged by professor Tracey Gregg-Boothby. The arrangement was sang by more than 300 students from Choctaw […]

RSC Chorus rehearses for Star-Spangled Music Day

By Jessica Phillips Editor-in-Chief — The RSC Chorus rehearsed for “Star-Spangled Music Day” on Aug. 27 outside the Fine Arts Building.   The chorus will perform a revised version of “The Star-Spangled Banner” with local high school choirs on the 200th anniversary of the song.   Music Professor Tracey Gregg-Boothby said she and the chorus […]

Hughes scholarship application deadline approaches

Jessica Phillips Volunteer Reporter Applications for the Frances White Hughes Scholarship, a leadership scholarship for fine arts students, are being accepted until 5 p.m. Monday, March 3. The Hughes Scholarship is awarded to up to 10 students each fall who are majoring in one of the fine arts: theater, photography, art, music, music engineering or […]

AIA cultural day dances its way to RSC

Festival of Modern Music seeks participants

Jennifer Byrd News Editor The third annual Festival of Modern Music will be held May 2 – 3 in the amphitheater next to the Performing Arts Theatre. Participation is free and open to all students, faculty, staff and alumni from any Oklahoma institution of higher education.  Performances range between 30 and 60 minutes, with 15 […]

A romance for the ages; Jewish Songwriters of America

Dennis Gosnell, Assignment Editor From 1910 – 1965 the Jewish community of America pulled together and created a collection of musical artistry that helped create a lasting and strong community. Songwriters such as Irving Berlin, Rodgers and Hart, Rodgers and Hammerstein, and George Gershwin, created a legacy of American entertainment with culture and grace. The travelling […]