NYT article on Union Schools well-intentioned, misguided

13 April 2017
Giselle Willis, Managing Editor

The New York Times article should have mentioned more about property tax and population discrepancies between Union’s district and others to accurately portray the school’s successes.

Proposed law would update archaic HIV/AIDS education

13 April 2017
Raven Fawcett, Apprentice Editor

As the Oklahoma Congress looks into issues of sex and sexual crimes, the focus needs to more seriously shift toward HIV/AIDS education, where change is needed the most.

Legislative Digest

13 April 2017
Raven Fawcett, Apprentice Editor

The Legislative Digest looks at the bills and resolutions passed by Oklahoma’s state legislators.

TU’s pet policy is needlessly restrictive, outdated

13 April 2017
Nathan Hinkle, Student Writer

TU’s housing department should offer a pet deposit option that would allow pets but still protect against potential problems.

Drug sentencing another misstep for criminal justice

5 April 2017
Justin Guglielmetti, Apprentice Editor

Criminalizing low-level drugs like marijuana is ineffective at stopping their daily use and doesn’t follow the powers laid out in the Constitution.

Prosecutor firings controversy a real example of “fake news”

5 April 2017
Trenton Gibbons, Variety Editor

Media outlets aren’t addressing context when covering the Trump administration’s firings, which are actually a standard move for power changes.

Diamond Pipeline endangers burial grounds, water supply

5 April 2017
Nathan Hinkle, Student Writer

The pipeline’s economic incentives fail to outweigh the environmental and cultural problems construction would cause.

Okla. students unprepared for college and the workforce

5 April 2017
Raven Fawcett, Apprentice Editor

The education system needs to be re-evaluated in light of the thousands of jobs available to increasingly few people.

Legislative Digest

5 April 2017
Raven Fawcett, Apprentice Editor

The Legislative Digest looks at the bills and resolutions passed by Oklahoma’s state legislators.

High schools should require four years of math

5 April 2017
Nick Rethford, Apprentice Editor

The Oklahoma State Department of Education has placed more value on a fourth year of high school math, but their efforts are not enough.