Last Friday members of Phi Mu Alpha held their annual philanthropy week concert. Student Writer Nate Beckemeyer thought it was magical.
Student Writer Adam Lux visits a local yoga studio and finds non-sexualized beauty in Anga-Limb, a yoga-inspired photography project by Western Doughty.
The Void is hosting its first annual essay contest for the 743rd time as the universe repeats itself endlessly without meaning or change. Please select one of the prompts below and write a response. When composing your piece, please be sure to utilize humor, absurdity and dread in the proper proportions. Editor-in-Chief Kyle Walker and Managing Editor Conor Fellin look forward to examining your essays because they have been predestined to do so.
The magical realist comic book “Daytripper” makes daring use of visual media and its serial format to ask big questions.
This erotica about a clone of actor Nicolas Cage brings up some questions about the nature of celebrity, the structure of stories and women’s role in the workplace. Web Editor Sam Chott wrote almost 800 words about this absurd story.
Oscar Isaac delivers a solid performance in a relatable small business drama that feels like a classic mafia film. Student Writer Wesley Liao thought the film was an inspiring commentary on morality in a genre that usually features anti-heroes.
Last week, the Collegian reported on the “controversy” surrounding the choice of the watermelon as Oklahoma’s state vegetable. This week, Satire Editor Fraser Kastner ranks some of the other state symbols, in no particular order.
Tulsa’s Young Professionals will lobby in Oklahoma City for legislation to better Tulsa and Oklahoma. Sports Reporter Wade Crawford reports.
Meghan Trainor’s debut album tries to be empowering but comes across as demeaning and inane. Student Writer Eric DiGiacomo reviews “Title” and finds little to redeem Trainor’s music.