RSU Holiday Art Sale to Benefit Students

Holiday shoppers can find unique and interesting gifts at a special exhibition and sale of art by Rogers State University students and faculty members. The Holiday Art Sale will be held Nov. 29 to Dec. 6 in the Foundations Gallery in Baird Hall, on the RSU campus in Claremore. Organizers say the art show is… Read more »

RSU Goes To the Center of the Universe with the Route 66 Marathon

Rogers State University faculty and staff went to the “Center of the Universe” while participating in the Route 66 Marathon Relay on Sunday, November 19. RSU’s team, the “Fabulous Five” included Bob Willis, Professor, Madeline Lambing, Coordinator of Student Activities, Calli Knight, Coordinator of Career Services, Angi Long, Assistant Registrar, and Scott Murray, Collection Development Librarian…. Read more »

RSU Rocks the Tulsa Run

Rogers State University faculty and staff teamed up with Cameron University and Northeastern State University to run the Tulsa Run on October 28. We had 5K and 15K participants, and despite the temperature, our team represented the University in force. Team members included Dr. Jerry Bowen, Department Head and Assistant Professor (RSU), Pam Hathorn (NSU), Madeline… Read more »

RSU Holding “Holiday on the Hill” Lighting Ceremony on Nov. 28

Rogers State University will celebrate the beginning of the holiday season with its annual “Holiday on the Hill” on Nov. 28. featuring musical performances from the choirs from RSU and Claremont Elementary School, the university’s partner in education. The campus lighting ceremony is a family-oriented event featuring performances of holiday classics, a reading of “‘Twas… Read more »

Homecoming Bonfire, Pep Rally Cancelled

Friday evening’s RSU Homecoming bonfire, pep rally and movie on the Westbend Green have been cancelled due to predicted high winds. Forecasted high winds and gusting winds caused potential safety issues with the bonfire, as well as installation of the outdoor projection screen for the movie. University officials regret these activities couldn’t proceed as planned,… Read more »