Obama sticks students with the tab

The college-rating system proposed by President Obama is designed to help students navigate their college options while decreasing the cost of higher education. Unfortunately his plan does not address the underlying problems faced by colleges and attempts only to relieve symptoms. Obama’s ranking system rates colleges based on tuition, student loan debt, and percentage of […]

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 […]

“Censory” Deprivation and the First Amendment

Logan Pierce, editor-in-chief As part of Banned Books Week, Dr. Joey Senat, OSU associate professor, spoke with students about censorship and the First Amendment. “We are a marketplace of ideas,” Senat said, “In a marketplace, you’re going to have conflicting ideas.” Senat presented images of the Confederate flag, and asked if anyone was offended by […]