Whale of a Tale Arts & Craft Sale

The 2nd Annual “Whale of a Tale” Arts and Craft sale is accepting artist applications through October 5th for their one-day indoor/outdoor celebration of Oklahoma art. Student work, home schooling groups and creative artists of all ages are encouraged to submit their work. The event will be held in the Catoosa Public Library and Community Center from 10am to 4pm and include door prizes and Kids Corner with crafts and face painting. In addition to meeting the artists firsthand, all proceeds raised will be used to benefit the library. For more information and…continue reading →

Growing Greek Life at RSU

Rogers State University is growing and so is Greek Life. Since RSU’s first Greek organization in 2005, the number of sororities and fraternities on RSU’s campus has grown to two each. All four organizations are dedicated to hard work and community service. Alpha Sigma Tau and Alpha Sigma Alpha Sororities have been involved in various school events and community service projects since being chartered in 2005 and 2009, respectively. Recently, the university added two fraternities to its roster. Kappa Sigma Fraternity was welcomed last fall, and Tau Kappa Epsilon Fraternity made its debut…continue reading →

Oklahoma’s Dam J.A.M. coming Sept. 8th!

Are you interested in going on a bike ride? How about a 101 mile scenic bike tour through the countryside, rural roads and foothills of Mayes and Delaware counties? The Dam J.A.M. 2012 is a one-day tour, for the entire family, that begins and finishes in Pryor, OK. Tours vary in miles of 30, 55, 71, and 101 miles with rest stops all along the way. The September 8th event is being hosted by the Pryor Chamber of Commerce.continue reading →

New Music in September!!!

One month into the semester and the homework is piling up, but so is the new music! What better way to study the whole night through than with great music from top notch artists. We start September off with a brand new one from Two Door Cinema Club. Having worked with producer Jacknife Lee, who also produced Silversun Pickups newest release, a lot is being hyped for this Irish band's second release. If the single is any indication, the new album Beacon should make for some great late night study sessions. Folk-rock favorites,…continue reading →

Moon Nazi’s at the Cinemark in Tulsa?!

Yes you read the title correctly…..Moon Nazi’s. Back in April, a movie was released internationally called ‘Iron Sky’. A brief synopsis of the film found at www.imdb.com says, “In the last moments of World War II, a secret Nazi space program evaded destruction by fleeing to the Dark Side of the Moon. During 70 years of utter secrecy, the Nazis construct a gigantic space fortress with a massive armada of flying saucers.” Sound interesting? Maybe a little kooky? Downright silly? Well there’s several trailers for the movie on youtube, one of which you…continue reading →

Blue Rose Riverfest Music & Arts Festival

A new music and arts festival is makes its debut in Tulsa on Saturday the 25th, and you can go for FREE. The Blue Rose Riverfest brings the community together through music, art, and eco-friendly activities. The fest , sponsored by River Parks Authority and other area businesses, celebrates Tulsa River Parks and takes place on Riverside Drive. A mix of six nationally and locally known rock and indie bands take the stage from noon to midnight. Aranda headlines the festival; the rest of the lineup includes David Castro Band, FM Pilots, Able…continue reading →

RSU Theatre Auditions!!!

Auditions for the new season of RSU Theatre are right around the corner. Aspiring actors should be at the Will Rogers Auditorium from 5-7 on August 20th and 21st prepared to have fun and read from some brand new plays. Shows being cast at this round of auditions include “Original Recipe” and “The Legend of Sleepy Hollow”. For more information or to schedule another audition time, contact David Blakely by email at dblakely@rsu.edu or by phone at 918-343-7521. Original Recipe September 20-22 Baird Hall Performance Studio 10 minute plays presented by the Student…continue reading →

Randy Blythe FREED from Czech Prison

Thursday, August 2nd, Lamb of God singer Randy Blythe was finally released on bail from a prison in Prague, Czech Republic. He was held there for five weeks after being arrested on charges of manslaughter stemming from a 2010 concert. Police accused Blythe of causing physical harm to a fan who later suffered brain trauma, slipped into a coma and died. In the 2 years that led up to Blythe’s arrest, the band and their management have maintained that they knew nothing of the incident and were never notified about the fan’s death…continue reading →

Fly High at Gatesway Balloonfest

If you’ve ever wanted to ride in a hot air balloon, now’s your chance! The Gatesway Foundation Balloonfest is on its way to Will Rogers Downs in Claremore for its seventeenth year. RSU Radio's Josh Gammon will announce the activities during the 3-day event. Balloonfest opens to the public on Friday the 3rd with balloon flights, tethered balloon rides, and “Balloon Glow.” Saturday begins with a 5K, one-mile fun run and a pancake breakfast. The day continues with some friendly competition through lawn mower races, a cake decorating contest, and balloon flights. Live…continue reading →