Technology advances prove detrimental: May lead to zombie apocalypse, sort of

In the recent movie “Warm Bodies” a potential inference can be made that we, humans and all of our technological advances, are indirectly responsible for the zombie apocalypse. This may be an inference that is just simply someone reading way too deep into a simple love story. This is not the first time that lack […]

Society feeds zombie hype

 Bryan Mangieri Reporter During Halloween of last year, several reputable news sources reported the Center for Disease Control trained US Marines and Navy special operations forces how to react in case of zombie apocalypse. It was no joke, rather a guise to draw attention to the purpose of the CDC. So said the CDC. This, […]

Spring brings b”boo-coo” banquets

Chelsea Ratterman,  Assistant Editor Banquet season is here it seems. The Mass Communications Banquet and the Student Life banquet were both recently held, with the latter announcing the annual “Club of the Year” award, this year going to the Hispanic Student Association. The Student Life banquet, held Monday, April 23 in the Main Dining Room, […]

Marriage: An evolving institution

Marriage has always been a focal point of society. It used to be expected of individuals to marry and continue their line. Over the centuries, particularly the last century, marriage hasn’t been given quite the push. Constant figures are thrown out showing the failure of the institution in its modern form. In 2009, Oklahoma had […]