The Legislative Digest is your weekly look at the happenings of Oklahoma’s state legislature and upcoming bills and the terms to know. This week, we’re looking into the helpful and hilarious bills introduced for the upcoming legislative session of Oklahoma’s Congress. SB stands for a Senate Bill and HB stands for “House Bill,” both ways […]
Blue lights on campus serve as last resorts to anyone who needs help in a complicated or difficult circumstance. The blue lights on campus are so much scenery on campus. They fade into the background despite their bright white lettering, “EMERGENCY” printed down their sides. And blue lights are something you’d hope to know where […]
The Legislative Digest is your weekly look at the happenings of Oklahoma’s state legislature and upcoming bills and the terms to know. Legislative Digest is back and ready to tackle another session of confusion, odd law proposals and political terminology you’ll almost never use in real life. This week, we’re looking at the schedule for […]
“OMG, the Things I Learned in College” is an attempt by author Bob Roth to share his wisdom to college-bound students, but is so full of mistakes and borderline-offensive scenes that it’s best to avoid. Coming out of winter break, the most-asked question (aside from “What are you going to do with your life, seriously, […]
block one and two courses cause more frustration and few transferrable skills for majors who must schedule classes that do not directly benefit their futures. Students who major or double major in the college of arts and sciences face a dilemma every semester when choosing classes: they are required to take four block two classes, […]
Whether you’re a big fan of podcasts or are looking to break into the medium, here’s a good selection to move you along. “Alice isn’t Dead” “Alice Isn’t Dead” features the comforting voice of Jasika Nicole asking you questions about the sustainability of an economy where efficiency surpasses human capabilities, her missing wife and the […]
In light of friends’ experiences with her boyfriend, Amanda Smith almost realizes that just because someone calls himself an equalist doesn’t make him a nice guy. Amanda Smith, a sophomore chemical engineering student at the University of Tulsa, broke down in tears Wednesday after returning from the mall. Her boyfriend of three weeks, Brad Donald, […]
Upgrades in the library are beneficial for people with nowhere to go but a major drawback in terms of pre-class crowds.
Representatives like Markwayne Mullin need to be held to the standard of their jobs.
The Department of Corrections incarcerates and sentences too many people at any given time, a disservice to the community.