This week Jessica Ensley discusses Trans identities and pronouns.
The BedPost columnists discuss a new TV show.
It’s no secret that there are a small number of women in the STEM — science, technology, engineering and math — fields.
Nurturing OUr Nature: Students on campus are making a difference in the environment. You should too.By Grant Stover | Feb. 22, 2015
Grant writes about several students on campus that are member of the Sierra Student Coalition and why they want to help save the environment and what keeps them motivated.
The days of handwritten notes are over. Technology has definitely earned a place in the classroom, and the professors that require their classrooms to power down are doing their students a disservice.
Joe writes about how college is often seen as a way out of poverty and unemployment for underprivileged people, but why that actually isn’t true.
This year’s Oscars are the “most white” year for the Academy Awards since 1998 — fewer minorities were nominated for the highest awards than any year after 1998.
Awards are meaningless, especially ones for movies. Films and individual tastes are subjective, so to rank films in terms of achievements on par with sports or other recreational activity is silly and often self-congratulatory. But despite that, I love the Oscars.
Amplified Observations takes a look at what it would be like if other things were released in the style of mixtapes
R-rated movies, thankfully, dominate the box office again.
Great snowed-in food ranges from brownies to kale.
It's not about being "black enough" or "white enough," Ryant Taylor writes.
FRC protested the lecture Tuesday night in Baker.
This column contains spoilers for the film version of Fifty Shades of Grey.
Olivia writes about how it was tough to maintain friendships after high school, but once she got to college, she found an old friend that changed her life.
Divesting from fossil fuels would set a precedent that OU wants to save the environment and it would be a symbol for change.
The most recent Law and Order episode was about the Gamergate controversy, and it’s important for people to know about it.
Sam writes about why online classes are becoming more and more popular and could be the future of higher education.
OU’s add/drop policy doesn’t leave enough time for students to decide if they want to drop a class or not.
Will Ashton writes about whether the days of original filmmaking are over. That is, are movies just going to be sequels, remakes and reboots?