Editorial Okla. Capitol convenes for special session

Legislatures in the state Capitol are working to get Okla. House Bill 1603 reinstated by the Okla. Supreme Court to ensure businesses and healthcare professionals stay in Okla. Gov. Mary Fallin, in a letter printed in the East Word newspaper, told readers that the bill was important because it reduces the potentially hostile climate she […]

Identity thieves target personal health information

By: Logan Pierce, editor-in-chief In the latest installment of the Great Issues Lecture Series, Linda Whaley, director, Health Information Technology Program, addressed students, faculty and staff regarding personal health information. One thing Whaley considers both good and bad is the constant policy revisions that take place within the health care industry. “The changes sometimes make […]

Identifying Anonymous: An idealistic enigma

Logan Pierce, editor-in-chief For more than five years the quasi-group Anonymous’ unique brand of hacking has left an indelible mark on Internet culture. Portions of their influence eventually seeped into the real world. While Anonymous boasts no formal organization or leadership, it has adopted certain icons, including the image of a faceless business suit and […]