TEACH Club collects books for adopted schools

Jessica Phillips Editor-in-Chief — The Tomorrow’s Educators Advancing Careers Here Club is hosting Fall into Reading, a book drive for students from RSC adopted schools, Willow Brook Elementary and Telstar Elementary. “A lot of kids don’t have books,” TEACH Club President Kristen Ryan said. The club held Fall into Reading during Fall Fest and it […]

Club to host human chess

Jessica Phillips Editor-in-Chief–   The new Anime, Fandom and Gaming club has had more than 40 students on its sign-up sheet and has raised nearly $200 as of Sept. 30, according to member Rachel George. The AFG club is partnering with the Drama Club to host a human chess match on Oct. 16. The theme […]

President addresses big changes

Alex Roberts Assistant Editor   RSC President Jeanie Webb issued her address to the faculty on Aug. 14 in the H.B. Atkinson Theatre, previewing some of the new and exciting changes coming to campus, both architecturally and academically. Webb explained how change is all around us, and that we must adapt if we are to […]

Spring up for workshops

  Jennifer Byrd News Editor The Student Success Center has two upcoming Financial Literacy Program workshops. The “Wise Use of Credit Cards” workshop will be held March 28 from 12:30 – 1:30 pm and will discuss how to use credit responsibly. The “Couponing 101” workshop is April 2 from 12:30 – 1:30 pm and will […]

Kicking The Habit

11 a.m.- 2 p.m. in the Student Center  Respiratory Therapy students will have smoking cessation booths set up to help students, faculty, staff, and the community to help spread awareness of smoking. The students will be doing test to check lung volume, blood pressure and oxygen saturation to help people improve their smoking habits. For more information, please […]

Carson’s Catering clears the plate

Dennis Gosnell Assistant Editor Carson’s Catering clears the plate Students, faculty, and staff have at one time or another entered the Student Center, gotten in the cafeteria line, and sat down in the dining area to eat. Carson’s Catering and Food Concepts (CCFC) has had the opportunity the last couple of years to integrate into […]

Unlocking creativity through Magic

Pictured left to right: Mason Meyer, Steve Wolbert and Jimmy Barnes pit their play skills and deck building creativity against each other in a game of Magic: The Gathering. Photo by Logan Pierce

By: Logan Pierce, Editor-in-Chief Why does the collectible card game (CCG) Magic: the Gathering appeal to some students? Unlike the Pokémon or Yu-Gi-Oh CCGs, there’s no video game or anime to help promote sales of Magic. Its popularity is the result of the game itself. Shuffle and cut In 1993, when Richard Garfield created the […]

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 […]

Student Services promotes PLATO

By: Logan Pierce, editor-in-chief Students in need of academic assistance have various services available to them on campus. Some are less well known than others. While virtually all computer labs on campus offer the same programs and features, only two of those computers have a unique study package known as PLATO Learning. PLATO is available […]