Students test their knowledge about evolution

Students answering questions about evolution in Mariëlle Hoefnagels workshop on April 15. (Photo by Casey Hunter)

By Casey Hunter Student Reporter —   On April 15 about 70 people gathered in Rose State College lecture hall to put their knowledge concerning the theory of evolution to the test. “Evolution happens no matter what,” said Mariëlle Hoefnagels, professor of biology and microbiology at Oklahoma University and author of the “Introduction to Biology” […]

Gandhi’s grandson speaks against violence at OU

Andrew Smith Student Reporter–   Arun Gandhi, grandson of Mohandas Gandhi, spoke about how to improve on current teachings in schools and households, and practicing non-violence on March 12 at the University of Oklahoma. The week before he arrived at OU, a video showing fraternity members of the university’s chapter of Sigma Alpha Epsilon singing […]

TRio: Prouder students with resources to success

Marisa Caban Chief Photographer — TRiO is the academic support system for students who are first generation college students, disabled or have low income. They offer tutoring, mentoring, campus tours of four-year colleges and more for students who qualify. It’s a personalized experience at TRiO. Their office is next door to the TRiO lab on […]

Dream Act is hot topic at HSA event

Narges Taghavi Feature Editor The Hispanic Student Association hosted their annual Hispanic Heritage Month Celebration, Sept. 27 in the Campus Mall. The event consisted of a taco bar, music from Alegria Real and a salsa cook-off, as well as a panel of those affected by the Development, Relief and Education for Alien Minors Act who […]

New Costume Designer gets swept to Oz

By: Narges Taghavi Feature Editor Rose State College theatre department puts on a variety of productions each year and time and hard work go into making these shows spectacular. Many elements go into putting on a great show, such as talented actors who can bring characters to life and a script that captivates the audience. […]

Rumbling both above and below

By: Logan Pierce, editor-in-chief A new and revised program is planned for geoscience majors starting in the Fall 2012 semester. Dr. Wayne Jones, dean of engineering and science, has worked closely with the new geosciences curriculum. “This program has great potential for our students and for this region of the country,” Jones said, “Between exploring […]