Let your inner selfies shine

Friends taking a silly selfie photo

Macie Jones Circulation Manager Drop the phone! Don’t post a selfie that you’re going to regret in 10 minutes. What is a selfie, you ask? The Urban Dictionary defines it as pictures of oneself while holding the camera out at arm’s length. Selfies are found on almost every social media site. The term #sundayselfie is […]

Cleaning up social media’s viral vomit

Dennis Gosnell Assistant Editor  Social media tends to contain what this writer considers to be the equivalent of society’s viral vomit. Communication, which was once held in check by societal standards, erupts on social media sites without any regard as to its positive or negative reception. Social media sites are not the first to become […]

Social media reflects student conduct

Dennis Gosnell Assistant Editor       With each new step toward the technology of tomorrow, comes more ways to both expand and restrict human potential. One man’s freedom is another man’s chains.   Can social media become a student conduct issue?   Why yes it can. See RSC Student Handbook 2013/2014, Article 1 Subsection […]

The 411 on Club Recharter and Charter

By: Narges Taghavi, Feature Editor   The 411 on Club Recharter and Charter  The deadline for clubs on campus who wish to receive points for rechartering is quickly approaching. All clubs have until Oct. 12 to submit the club recharter form for their club to receive 50 points.

Students seek scholarship success

By: Logan Pierce, Editor-in-Chief On Feb. 8, Kelli Kelnar, outreach specialist, Oklahoma College Assistance Program, held a Scholarship workshop in the Tinker Terrace room. 25 students attended the presentation. Kelnar began by offering some general advice when applying for scholarships. “February through April is the peak time for scholarship application,” Kelnar said, “That’s free money […]

Legislation aims to chain cyberspace

Dennis Gosnell, Assignment Editor Power hungry politicians start off the year with a slap in the face At the end of last semester we published an article about legislation aimed at changing the fabric of the U.S. and the Internet. Why should the beginning of this year be any different? Legislators in the U.S. Capitol have […]

15th Street News adds QR codes

By: Narges Taghavi, feature editor Smart phone carriers will be happy to know that the 15th Street News will be including QR (quick response) codes in each issue, so we can share with readers links to polls and other information. QR scanners are popping up everywhere from magazines to the tables of fast food chains. […]