V.O.I.C.E. takes first place in Chili Cook-Off

By: Brittany McDaniel, news editor RSC held their first annual Chili Cook-Off Thursday, Oct. 13 in the Campus Mall, sponsored by Student Affairs. Kirby Harzman, coordinator of student activities, said the purpose was to “provide fun competition for campus clubs and organizations.” Chili was judged on aroma, color, and consistency. Judges included Dr. Kent Lashley, […]

Lecture series focuses on Representation of Women, Consumption Patterns

By: Brittany McDaniel, news editor Wednesday, Oct. 13, marked the second lecture for the Honors Lecture Series presented by Dr. John Carl, social sciences professor, entitled Representation of Women and Consumption Patterns. The lecture covered a wide variety of topics that included traditional gender roles, gender inequality, and media representation of women. Carl explained that the […]

Student Senate meeting Tuesday, Oct. 26

By: Miranda Liming, assistant editor Senate passed their second present legislation during the Tuesday, Oct. 26 meeting. Senate legislation 002 reads “A resolution pertaining to the repair of cracks in the parking lot of the North West corner of Trosper Road and Hudiburg Drive.” Authored by Senator Mark Sauerwald, Resolution 002 will ask for Physical […]

Annual Career Expo aids community and businesses

By: Brittany McDaniel, News Editor Oklahoma businesses from near and far attended the annual Career Expo, Thursday, Oct. 14, in the Main Dinning room to speak to students and community members about job and internship opportunities. Stacey Pruitt, Office Max district sales manager, said the expo was a good opportunity to get “self-motivated” and “driven” […]

Columnist worries for Maverick’s career, sequel

By: Bryan Trude, Feature Editor In the immortal words of Monty Python, “and now for something completely different.” One of the biggest movie-related bits of news to dribble out of the gaping maw that is Hollywood speculation is the sudden announcement of “Top Gun 2.” Though no script has been revealed and there is no […]

Students taught learning styles for better personal education

By: Bryan Trude, Feature Editor The Office of Student Success presented a workshop on learning styles and techniques for students in the Tinker Terrace Room on Thursday, Oct. 14. Carla Robison, student success coordinator, hosted the workshop, “An Introduction to Learning Styles.”  It covered the four main styles of learning and presented techniques for study […]

Financing tips for college and beyond

By: Adriana Valtinson, Editor-in-Cheif Cynthia Campbell presented a College Financing 101 workshop Wednesday, Oct. 20. During the workshop, Campbell described different methods of paying for college and ways to save money that can help when transferring to a university. She said that a student should not automatically assume his or her parents will pay their […]

Community Zumbas to raise funds, awareness

By: Bryan Trude, Feature Editor In an effort to raise awareness and funds, the Community Learning Center held the first annual Zumbathon Saturday, Oct. 16 in the Health and Physical Education Center. “[October] is breast cancer awareness month, and Zumba is really popular right now,” Taylor Crosser, Zumba instructor, said. “Who wouldn’t want to get […]

EDITORIAL: Dressing the part; who wears what?

Halloween has come around again, and by this time everyone should be done scrambling to get the perfect costume to wear to their best friend’s party. With all of the Halloween stores that are open around this time, finding a costume shouldn’t be too hard; there are hundreds of themes to choose from such as […]

Inexpensive costumes for holiday fun

By: Logan Pierce, Contributing Writer For those who wait until the last minute to find a Halloween costume, we have compiled a list of inexpensive and humorous ideas to try out for your next spooky soiree. -Sudoku board: Materials- four foot by four foot white cardboard, fine and broad-tipped black markers, a ruler and a […]