Theater provides free entertainment for students

Jennifer Byrd Editor in chief If tickets to “Wicked” at the Civic Center Music Hall are out of your budget, yet you have a thirst for theatrical entertainment, RSC’s Student Theatre performance of “The Giver” may be just what you need. All students of the college and senior citizens can attend free of charge. Eric […]

Improv group thinking on their feet…

Bryan Mangieri Reporter  With only two members (theatre majors John Morgan and Timothy Williford), the Improv Group, forged ahead during its first meeting Feb. 17. Doing it for the love When he lived in Washington D.C., Morgan played a part in George Mason University’s improv team. Upon arriving in Oklahoma, he found he had lost […]

“Looper” send audiences for a wild ride

Chelsea Ratterman Editor in Chief “Looper” raced into the box office for the Sept.28 weekend among high expectations, bringing a new take on the sci-fi, time travel genre. The movie stars Joseph Gordon-Levitt as Joe, whose job is to kill those sent back from the future. In 2044, time travel has not been invented, but […]

Hispanic Student Association aims to make a difference

Chelsea Ratterman, Assistant Editor The annual Club of the Year award was given out at the Student Life Banquet on Monday, April 23. This year the honor went to the Hispanic Student Association. The honor is awarded based on a point system, and a list of events that are eligible for points that school year, […]