Over the past six months, the price of oil has dropped substantially. In the short term, the benefits outweigh the costs, but the long-term effects remain to be seen.
This week, Flatlanders decide to try the approval method of voting: everyone gets more than one vote, and the best-liked candidate wins.
Professional video gaming has increased in popularity because of its relatability and availability. Like professional sports, e-sports have money prizes and commentators, too.
Parking tickets serve a purpose, admits News Editor Morgan Krueger, but they are being overused and abused by TU in order to line its pockets.
Features Editor Morgan Krueger explains the wacky series of events that led to Oklahoma’s choice of state vegetable.
Flatland’s citizens continue to struggle with the complications of voting. This week, Student Writer Sam Beckmann discusses gerrymandering in all its forms.
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While Tulsa has high charitable giving, poverty is still abundant.
Kern’s three bills in the OK House of Representative are not useful, even from a socially conservative perspective. One of them has already been withdrawn.
Oklahoma legislators are considering bills that would make voting easier for everyone, especially millennials.
Tuesday night’s State of the Union saw the president more concerned with the future of his party than with his remaining years in office. Managing Editor Conor Fellin opines.