Tulsa’s economy would more than make up for the potential cost in bringing a new Amazon location to town.
Oklahoma’s citizens show more compassion than their congress during Hunger Action Month.
GIFs and emojis may feature black people, but they are not the offensive caricatures of minstrel shows and treating them as such is divisive rhetoric.
The Oklahoma Supreme Court’s decision to approve a car sales tax is a disappointingly necessary decision on a highly controversial item.
Social media allows people to customize what they see, decreasing the diversity of opinions people are exposed to in daily life.
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Hospitals and pharmaceutical companies require more careful monitoring when dealing with prescription drugs and low-income patients.
The Department of Corrections incarcerates and sentences too many people at any given time, a disservice to the community.
TU should replace the current smoking policy, which prohibits smoking 25 feet from a building, with a total smoking ban.
Schools across Oklahoma are hiring emergency teachers at the expense of students’ education.