Archives for November 2011

2012 Grammy nominations revealed

A star-studded concert aided in the reveal of the 2012 Grammy nominees.

Beyonce debuts ‘Dance For You’ music video

It’s clear that Beyonce filmed a slew of music videos prior to the advanced stages of her pregnancy with her current music video for “Dance For You.”

In Theaters: The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn – Part 1

Yes, I watched it. And yes, I have seen the rest of them too.

Film documents female gubernatorial race

Oklahoma Educational Television Authority will debut First & Female, a documentary about women as role models framed by the 2010 race for Oklahoma’s first female governor.

In Theaters: J. Edgar

Master director Clint Eastwood’s J. Edgar is certainly fascinating, but the storytelling was outdone in great strides by the performances.

In Theaters: Immortals

Tarsem’s new 300-esque swords and sandals epic, Immortals, is stunningly beautiful.

Police pepper-spray Occupy activists

A video surfaced of police officers dousing students partaking in the Occupy Wall Street movement Friday at the University of California in Davis.

Man detained during fire drill

Campus officers detained a man who tried to climb a Draper Hall fire escape during Friday’s fire drill.

Oklahoma City Council adds discrimination protection for sexual orientation

A measure passed today to extend employment discrimination protection to gay workers in the metro by a 7-2 vote.

Local high school students hospitalized after being trapped in elevator

Three students at Classen School of Advanced Studies, 1901 N. Ellison Ave., were rescued from an elevator shaft this morning.

Last winter’s damages lead to series of precautions

Winter temperatures are approaching, which means campus officials are preparing for the possibility of inclement weather.

Players reject NBA offer, season is unlikely

The 137-day lockout continues after the collective bargaining process has “completely broken down.”

Critic scrutinizes reality star’s wedding stint

Dear Kim Kardashian, I’m disappointed in you.

Women’s basketball defeats St. Thomas

The women’s basketball team began their season Saturday with a 110-46 victory against St. Thomas in Abe Lemons Arena.

Black Box play comedically presents social issues

Racism and other topics will be addressed through humor in the Black Box play “Crumbs from the Table of Joy.”

Writer explores ways to perfect competition with others

Organizations put their best foot forward to participate in a friendly competition during Homecoming.

Soccer players receive Sooner Athletic Conference honors

Senior defender Steven Short and sophomore forward Adam Black earned first-team all-Sooner Athletic Conference titles Friday.

Kristin Chenoweth inducted into Oklahoma Music Hall of Fame

Kristin Chenoweth, Emmy and Tony Award winning actress and singer, joined the Oklahoma Music Hall of Fame Thursday, Nov. 10.

Dakota Fanning ad for Marc Jacobs banned in UK

A perfume advertisement for Marc Jacobs’ “Oh, Lola!” campaign featuring Dakota Fanning was banned in Britain because it “sexualized children.”

Fraternity organizes dinner to honor military veterans

The men of Phi Gamma Delta fraternity have organized a way to give back on Veteran’s Day.

Katy Perry premieres music video

From stick-and-poke tattoos to vintage Mustangs, the pop star’s music video portrays the extremes of a former relationship.

Club encourages student athleticism, health

Students interested in competitive athletics or looking for a challenge have a new opportunity.

Columnist encourages meditation after visiting Buddhist monastery

One day at a Buddhist monastery will open your mind to new experiences and help you to become a more relaxed person.

Broadway star chosen to speak at Spring 2012 commencement

She has visited campus many times with her “Wicked” talent and has students across campus following her tweets.

Rihanna to release “dirtiest” pop album ever

The songstress continues on her “S&M” tangent with her latest album “Talk That Talk.”

University president, senator to teach political course

President Robert Henry and Oklahoma State Senator David Holt will teach an undergraduate Honors class to expose students to current political issues.

This site is protected by WP-CopyRightPro