Apple court case bigger than one iPhone

Apple is currently refusing to unlock an iPhone 5c previously owned by one of the San Bernardino shooters, and many voices are coming out for and against them in this complicated issue. If you haven’t been following the case, here is a brief summary of the events that have transpired so far: 1. Before the […]

Alan Grayson’s superdelegate poll is ultimately meaningless

Representative Alan Grayson is known by his Floridian constituents to be an anti-establishment Democrat. However, he is also known by the Democratic Party as a superdelegate. In political terms that title would usually be associated with being pro-establishment, not anti-establishment. Why? Because superdelegates are appointed by the party. Regular delegates are chosen by the state […]

Release of Joe Mixon assault video: the right decision at the wrong time

Nearly twenty months ago, OU football star Joe Mixon was involved in a case of physical assault involving a female student. The incident was captured by a camera located in Pickleman’s Gourmet Cafe. Accessibility of this footage has, until recently, been restricted to news reporters and law enforcement. However, a recent court ruling might grant […]

New candidate Bej Hedge surprises GOP

Last week in South Carolina, Jeb Bush suspended his presidential campaign. As more states have cast their votes, less-successful candidates have begun leaving the race. Unfortunately, Jeb is no exception. However, one surprise candidate is now taking the GOP by storm. Bej Hedge has been making great strides in his initial campaign, gaining as much […]

TU students mimic Neko Atsume, collect real cats

Neko Atsume: Kitty Collector, a simple phone game where players put out toys and food to attract cartoon cats, has taken TU’s campus by storm. Despite the simple premise, it’s surprisingly gratifying to see Joe Dimeowgio pose by his baseball or see Billy the Kitten put his cowboy hat on. However, some students may be […]

Students save lives, rewarded with pizza

Oklahoma Blood Institute (OBI) hosted a blood drive in the Allen Chapman Student Union last Tuesday and Wednesday, and many students dropped by to give blood to those in need. The students, eager to give back to their community and take on the #BloodDonorChallenge, came for many reasons. For sophomore Summer Post, the reason she […]