As Americans across the country tuned in to today’s inauguration, Joanne Hoch, acting junior, described what the day would entail if she became the president.
Grace Kidder, dance performance junior, is from Fargo, North Dakota. In this interview, she shares her snow expertise.
Performances of Junie B. Jones have begun at Oklahoma Children’s Theatre. Today, I had the pleasure of interviewing Junie B. and some of her friends.
In today’s Feature Friday, I asked Jonathan May, acting junior, to answer every question with the title of a movie or song.
Melissa Feldman, vocal performance junior, has the same dream as countless other OCU students: Broadway. What if, Broadway held interviews, like a normal job?
Students said that Mary McLain has the most expressive facial reactions. During this interview, she was not allowed to answer the question with words
Ali Schonhoff, acting senior, shares her views on politics and the 2016 election.
Dr. Imad Enchassi, assistant professor and chair in Islamic studies, shares his experiences as a Muslim man living in the U.S.
In honor of the Miss OCU pageant, I found a list of questions that pageant contestants have been asked in competition. Here are Eliza’s answers.
Sarah Keast, acting junior, always has an opinion when it comes to relationships. Here are some of her hypothetical deal breakers and deal makers in a spouse.
I name a quality, and he has to decide whether it is a deal breaker or deal maker in a potential spouse.
Meghan Webb, theater for young audiences junior, answers life changing questions about everything from crackers to cars.
Jorden Nelson, cashier, graces Alvin’s cafe with his presence nearly every night, serving students and conversing with anyone.
Ashleigh Robinson, music theatre sophomore compares herself to inanimate objects and shares her thoughts on everything from essential oils to toast.
Linda Whittle can usually be found in her natural habitat: Alvin’s Cafe. Today’s feature unveils some new information about Linda, the cash register warrior.
In the world’s fastest rapid-fire interview, Noelle Bradley answers pressing questions regarding everything from capitalism to cannibalism.
Alex Speight, acting junior, was a great sport as I shouted questions at her, pressuring her to answer immediately, without taking any time to think.
Fox Prouty, acting freshman, discusses his childhood, dreams, and likeness to Patrick the Star.
Dylan has little Shakespeare experience, but in honor of Shakespeare’s 400th anniversary, I decided to use only questions asked by Shakespeare in his sonnets.
Laura Jardine, biology sophomore, is basically a middle-aged park ranger. She enjoys birding, cleaning, checking tire pressure, and listening to The Eagles.
Lincoln Korver, acting sophomore, won an award for his short film. I had the opportunity to interview him about the film, movies, and life.
When I asked Dr. John Nail if I could interview him for a feature article, he warned me that he is the most boring person on campus. I quite disagree.
Nicholas Reese, acting sophomore shares some information he has never shared and probably never thought about before.
Exclusive information on Caroline Stella, acting sophomore (recently seen as “Satan”)
Emily Jones, dance freshman, shares her life passions, aspirations, and smells.
Though the word “normal” appears in his answers and in the title of his favorite show, it certainly does not describe Aaron Noriega, music theater freshman.