At the Push of a Button Rose State Introduces Electronic Transcripts
By Laura Huskey - Staff Writer
As technology improves to make the world a more efficient place, Rose State takes advantage of the new opportunities. In February, Rose State implemented the option to retrieve official transcripts online.
There will no longer be the added hassle of visiting the Admissions Office to receive an official transcript.
Disappearing Fireflies and How You Can Help
By Sam Royka - Staff Writer
Most of us remember a time when fireflies, also known as lightning bugs, were plentiful. Some children kept them in jars to release later, while others simply watched them light up the backyard.
Today, the wild firefly population is shrinking. Development of wetlands, forests and lakesides into cities and suburbs has led to not only habitat destruction but also to mating confusion for modern fireflies.
DATA HELD HOSTAGE: ROSE STATE IT TALKS RANSOMWARE
Story by Caleb Betterton - Managing Editor
We have all read books or watched movies where someone is kidnapped and held for ransom. That is how ransomware works. Except instead of holding a loved one captive, it holds data captive.
SPRING INTO SELF-CARE: RAIDERS ON BREAK
By Camryn Sturgill - Features Editor
With spring break quickly approaching, students and faculty make vacation plans.
While vacationing is meant to be relaxing and stress-free, the planning aspect can be overwhelming. However, a few proven tips and tricks can make planning your va-
HB1269:RECORD-BREAKING RELEASE OF INMATES
By Bailey Walker - Previous Staff Member
Over 450 people were released for nonviolent drug offenses after the commutation of 527
sentences Nov. 4. According to Oklahoma Policy Institute data on annual cost of incarceration, this release could save the stateupwards of $7,423,650.