New president scores hat trick

Jennifer Byrd Editor in Chief Dr. Jeanie Webb stepped into her new role as the seventh president of the college this summer. While most students were on break, President Webb was strategizing a game plan for her new position. One of her largest tasks is to oversee the multitude of projects funded by a $22 […]

Dr. Jeanie Webb named new RSC President

 Chelsea Ratterman Editor in chief  Rose State College Board of Regents elected a new president on March 8. The Board announced the selection of Dr. Jeanie Webb, the current vice president of Student Affairs, to succeed Dr. Terry Britton when he retires, effective July 1. She will be the college’s seventh president and has served […]

Obama Inaugural speech hits controversial points

President Barack Obama took his second Oath of Office on January 21, the celebration falling on the same day the nation was honoring Martin Luther King, Jr. Obama took his oath upon both the Lincoln Bible and MLK Jr.’s bible, to honor men he has cited as influences upon his term as President. In a […]

How the presidential candidates weigh in

  Chelsea Ratterman Editor In Chief  How the presidential candidates weigh in Now that we have passed the convention stage, the candidates will be out in full force campaigning. The question most often asked is, how do they line up against each other? How they answer this question may be the deciding factor come November 6.

Student Success spring iPad winner

Have you checked out the Student Success workshops? There are three the week of September 10-14, with a focus on college survival, going green, and interview skills. The potential perk of these workshops is an iPad. Those who attend a Success Workshop will be entered into a drawing at the end of the semester for […]

Pro Choice by principle

Chelsea Ratterman Editor in Chief Pro Choice by principle The GOP has attempted to draw in women voters, to close the gender gap that pushed President Obama to the 2008 win, but their recently reaffirmed views on women might make that gap grow even more. The platform the GOP approved calls for a constitutional amendment […]

Fallin snubs presidential visit

Chelsea Ratterman, Assistant Editor Over spring break, Oklahoma had a very high profile visitor. President Barack Obama came to the state to address the Keystone XL Pipeline extension. The Pipeline would go through Cushing on its way from Canada to the Gulf of Mexico. The pipeline has been a topic of contention for Congress and […]

Manners matter even for the governor

By:Chelsea Ratterman, Assistant Editor Recently, President Barack Obama visited Oklahoma, and to the dismay of many of the state’s population, Oklahoma’s most important elected official, Gov. Mary Fallin, was not there to meet him. Her past remarks have shown certain displeasure with our president. Many believe that this may have been a deliberate snub to […]

Obama’s education experiment

By: Logan Pierce, editor-in-chief Community colleges play a pivotal role in President Obama’s plan to produce a new wave of highly skilled American workers. Friends in high places One of the most outspoken proponents for community colleges in the Obama White House is Dr. Jill Biden, the vice president’s wife. In 2007, Biden earned a […]

Obama addresses trade enforcement, energy and education

The State of the Union is an annual address given by the President to Congress. It is an opportunity for the President to outline his agenda for the year, as well as give the condition of the country. The address is required of the President based upon Article II, Section 3 in the United States […]