Category: A & E

In review: Mac DeMarco, “Salad Days”

In review: Mac DeMarco, “Salad Days”

James Tunnell, Staff Writer    There’s something to be said for creating a record that is…

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The success of Facebook in the classroom

Staff Writer    Facebook is growing in popularity and has crept into the classroom. It's no…

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Divergent is inconclusive

Divergent is inconclusive

Staff Writer     There are a million different ways to look at novel-based Divergent (2014). In…

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Food talks: What your diet says about you

Summer Howard, Staff Writer    Have you ever felt terrible while eating a hamburger next to…

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From disgust to fanaticism: A zombie love story

Ronna Fisher, Editor-in-Chief    I never would have considered myself a zombie person. Sparkly vampires? Sure.…

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Oklahoma City Airpark development and activities

James Tunnell, Staff Writer    Last year the Echo ran an article about the evolution of…

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How to avoid distractions

Brett Smith, Staff Writer    Distractions are everywhere, and they have a bad habit of showing…

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Brett eats out: Iron Starr Barbeque

Brett Smith, Staff Writer    Like always, I try to take suggestions for restaurants to visit,…

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Download at your own risk: Why games on your phone aren’t a good idea

Summer Howard, Staff Writer    In the past thirty to forty years, we have gone far…

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Women’s Roller Derby: Skate for victory

James Tunnell, Staff Writer    Let’s just throw it out there and say that women’s roller…

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In review: “American Authors”

Mike Vierow, Guest Writer    I didn’t want to like American Authors. I didn’t want to…

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Telltale body language

Macy Sliman, Staff Writer    Communication is a vital tool in our relational society. This is…

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Prehistoric legends: Well, I hope all of you are happy now

Jim Wilcox, Guest Columnist     As it is now officially spring, I suppose all…

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Top 5 must see shows of 2014

Macy Sliman, Staff Writer  As a general rule, people love being entertained. One very popular…

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Brett eats out: Grade A food from Tai Pei

Brett Smith, Staff Writer    For most styles of food, there are people who love it,…

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