Peter Pilotto unveils Target collection: Photo shoot

Retro Summer Fashions

Skylar Wright, Features Editor Summer outfits should be fun, flirty and feminine. Most importantly they should be comfortable. No one wants to be out gallivanting in the sweltering heat wearing uncomfortable shoes or too many layers, for the sake of fashion. I’m ringing in the Retro era (’40s to the ’80s) with this video of […]

What Fashion Week Told Us

Skylar Wright Features Editor As New York Fashion Week wraps up in the Big Apple, the styles are just getting started as we take a look to the hottest fall fashion. The style and new trends came in all forms during Mercedes-Benz New York Fashion Week, which got under way despite weather conditions February 7-14, […]

The right attire can lead to a heart’s desire

  Skylar Wright Features Editor  After the new year, girlfriends, boyfriends, husbands, wives and greeting-card writers start planning for love’s big day. Having a night out? Make it romantic. Staying in? Make it new and different. Putting together a new outfit? Make it suit the occasion. Ladies, whatever you are doing for your big night […]

New nail trends arrive for the New Year

Skylar Wright Features Editor 2012 saw reverse French manicures with dark tips, instead of the traditional white on the bottom, but for the New Year and beyond, expect French manicures with a new, different twist. The sideways French mani, a vertical split, will be popular as well as pale nails with a striking diagonal tip, […]

Chillin’ in style

By: Narges Taghavi Feature Editor Winter is upon us and it’s time to bring out the sweaters, boots, mittens and coats. But when deciding on a winter wardrobe, see if any of these winter fashion staples are already in your closet. One of the biggest must-haves for those dress days is knit tights. Unlike ordinary […]

Dream Act is hot topic at HSA event

Narges Taghavi Feature Editor The Hispanic Student Association hosted their annual Hispanic Heritage Month Celebration, Sept. 27 in the Campus Mall. The event consisted of a taco bar, music from Alegria Real and a salsa cook-off, as well as a panel of those affected by the Development, Relief and Education for Alien Minors Act who […]

OMG! Shoes!

By: Narges Taghavi, Feature Editor OMG! Shoes! Although, the heat might not be gone the truth of the matter is that summer is coming to an end, so that means it is time to put up those flip-flops and slip on your fall footwear. Like clothes and accessories, with each new season come new shoe […]

Awards represent the Academy’s opinion only

By:Chelsea Ratterman, Assistant Editor This Sunday is the 84th Annual Academy Awards. It is a night to honor the best films of the year and a night forfashion at its best. But, how many of the Best Picture nominations have a majority of the public seen, or even heard of? Only a few of them […]

Meeting of Minds…. or not

Dennis Gosnell, Assignment Editor To start off “Banned Books” week, RSC held a panel to discuss the concept of government control over the censorship of books. KOCO Eyewitness News Anchor Wendell Edwards moderated the panel; which consisted of Rep. Jason Nelson, Former Corporation Commissioner Jim Roth, and Executive Vice President of the Oklahoma Press Association Mark […]