Compassion comes easy to Rose State College student  

Brittany Graham Student Reporter —  For some people, spending 12 hours on a Boeing 707 aircraft isn’t an ideal classroom environment, but for RSC student Ellisa Lee, it was a perfect learning space. Originally from Sacramento, California, Lee found herself in a rut following high school. “I was really, really broke,” Lee said with a […]

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 […]

Rose State College student in CLT program wins national award

By Amber Joyce-Reed Volunteer Reporter   A RSC student in the Clinical Laboratory Technology program won two competitive scholarships this semester, one of which landed her a trip to Chicago. Sophomore Mary Worthing won the American Society for Clinical Laboratory Science Oklahoma student of the year award, worth $500, and the American Society for Clinical […]

Theater provides free entertainment for students

Jennifer Byrd Editor in chief If tickets to “Wicked” at the Civic Center Music Hall are out of your budget, yet you have a thirst for theatrical entertainment, RSC’s Student Theatre performance of “The Giver” may be just what you need. All students of the college and senior citizens can attend free of charge. Eric […]

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Barefoot in the Park delivers its share of laughs

Jennifer Byrd News Editor Neil Simon’s “Barefoot in the Park” premiered in the H.B. Atkinson Theatre on Feb 14 and ran through Feb 17. The play opens with newlywed Corrie Bratter, played by Hailey Moore, desperately trying to apply the finishing touches to a drafty and overpriced New York apartment. She wants everything perfect before […]

College debit cards risk for students

Dennis Gosnell Assistant Editor   In recent years banks have partnered with colleges to provide students with debit cards. These debit cards allow colleges to ensure easy and smooth transactions with students. However, students might find that the transaction fees are little more than they would choose to pay. On Sept. 18, U.S. Public Interest […]

Rose State College helps to provide a caring and safe environment for children

Narges Taghavi Feature Editor    Rose State College helps to provide a caring and safe environment for children.   According to the rose.edu website, the Child Development Laboratory Center, located just north of the student center, serves the community as a child care facility and provides a laboratory setting for RSC students enrolled in the […]

Student Senators ready for involvement

Chelsea Ratterman, Editor in Chief UPDATE: The 16th Student Senator was announced Thursday as Brandon White. Congrats! A new batch of Student Senators was elected Sept. 5 and 6 through online voting on D2L. Fifteen senators were elected, and a run-off was held for the final spot Sept. 12.