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Cafeteria food: variety vs. cost

Yingjie Zhu, Staff Writer

September 8, 2016

For most students here, especially for freshmen, the cafeteria is a part of life. However, there are not many different types of food for students to choose from. For example, when a student goes to the cafeteria for breakfast,...

Reasons to vote third party

Reasons to vote third party

September 1, 2016

Small town football traditions

Cameron Schuessler, Contributing Writer

September 1, 2016

It is Friday night and everyone is at the game. Even people who don't have kids in the game are there. High school football is a big deal. Guys that have been dreaming about playing on that field, in that stadium, in front of...

Controversy over minimum wage

Ali Marts, Staff Writer

August 25, 2016

There has been a great deal of controversy over the minimum wage in the United States. The federal minimum wage has remained at $7.25 since July 24, 2009. Minimum wage was not invented to raise a family. It was to help people...

Celebrity Deaths

February 1, 2016

By Audrey Love   Death is one of the few things as human beings we can be certain of, and yet when someone whom we care about and love dies, it still has the power to surprise and even eviscerate us.   The recent...

How To Adult

February 1, 2016

By Audrey Love   That I would be assigned to write a “How to Adult” column is a bizarre notion, even to myself. I’m 23 years old and the connotation of the word “adult” is one I’m still seeking to define for...

‘Star Wars’returning to the big screen with high anticipation

November 7, 2015

by Alex Lehr   A long time ago, at various locations far, far away, a young director and screenwriter named George Lucas created a saga that revolutionized the science fiction genre forever. An infinitely expanding, unique...

Politics vs. Humor

February 4, 2015

Madison Thames, Staf Writer The Interview, starring Seth Rogen and James Franco, was an action packed film that brought a whole lot of laughs. However, it has also brought political controversy from its content. The controversy...

A wrong way of using loopholes in the law

February 4, 2015

Editorial Since October of 2014 same-sex marriage has been legal in Oklahoma due to a declined review of a voter-approved ban. Since then, Republican State Representative Todd Russ has filed a bill that would take marriage out...

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