Category: A & E

Amtrak: travel alternative

Rachel Whatley, Staff Writer    When it comes to out-of-state travel in America, the two most…

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Fine Arts Feature

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Everything is amazing and no one is happy

Kira Roberts, Editor-in-chief    Everyone has little things that never cease to irk him or her.…

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40-acre park is central to OKC renovation

Clay Milford, Staff Writer    In 2008, Oklahoma City’s MAPS office began collaborating with San Franciscan…

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Fine Arts feature

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Baker and Sam watch movies: Riddick

Baker Pitts, Guest Writer Part One    Do you like feel good comedies that have you…

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How should we deal with movie ratings?

Rachel Whatley, Staff Writer    You are waiting in line at the movies to get a…

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Teams invited to compete in mock trial by OU law school

Brian King, OU Law School Ever watched a courtroom dra- ma on TV and thought,…

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Keeping it local: the benefits of buying locally

Rachel Whatley, Staff Writer    Bethany may seem like a small town compared to what Oklahoma…

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Airpark heals sore for medium range venues in OKC

Clay Milford, Staff Writer    Few venues will ever be able to claim showcasing such a…

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Organize Your Dorm

Cynthia Davis, Staff Writer     By now you should be settling into your dorm…

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Prehistoric Legends: Is that a new Fine Arts Casino?

By Jim Wilcox, Guest Writer Is that a new Fine Arts Casino?    I knew the…

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OKC worship and church service opportunities

Kira Roberts, Editor-in-chief    Finding a church family when moving away from home can be either…

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The Chuck House restaurant review: best chicken fried steak in town

Grace Williams, Business and Social Media Manager    Best fried chicken in the Universe? I absolutely…

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Thrift shops near campus

Grace Williams, Business and Social Media Manager    Macklemore and hipsters agree, thrift shops are great…

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