As the Christmas season approaches, don’t forget that we still have Thanksgiving.
We have to analyze what nature is telling us. She’s not doing well.
I’ve discussed the importance of staying informed in past columns, and I’m going to use my weekly opportunity to preach about staying informed yet again.
OCU is a diverse school. In our core classes, at any given time, there are students studying in many different majors.
A gunman opened fire on a crowd of 22,000 people in my native city of Las Vegas on Sunday.
They are silently declining to participate in the National Anthem because of what it means to them and what it implies about our country and political system.
The President recently decided to end the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program (DACA).
Other than the donation efforts, we cannot directly help at this point in our lives. But, there is one thing we can do to help: stay informed.
While I was laughing, enjoying friends company and eating incredible pizza, people were fearing for their lives.
Wi-Fi on the OCU campus is very weak, and in some places it is even nonexistent.
We have a long way to go until this year is up, and hopefully changes will continue to be made as far as dining at OCU goes.
Since my freshman year, I have noticed an increase in a community feel here at OCU, and that was evident at the move-in process at Walker Hall.
It’s on us to fix what we’ve done to the earth before it chooses to eliminate us.
Anyone who is trying to learn a new language is trying, and deciding to do it the hard way.
Writer’s block is definitely real, and it’s a form of anxiety, according to an article by Lisa Duchene at Penn State.
Fallas is an explosive celebration, and I mean that literally. If you think of the Fourth of July when you think of fireworks, Fallas tops that.
Going back home is always strange, and I really start to notice the differences between being at home and being in Oklahoma City.
I decided it was time to try exploring the rest of Europe, starting with Paris. I mean, why on earth wouldn’t I? It’s so close and so easy.
I have never been on the “leggings count as pants” team. Everybody can wear what they want, that’s fine, but for me, on my body, leggings do not count as pants.
You only need to see the familiar from a different perspective, and things become surreal.
Please enjoy these introduction conversations sampled from my first two years living in Oklahoma.
If my hyperventilating that day didn’t make it clear to the rest of the USAC group that I’m an art major, I don’t know what else would.
So, commitment without passion is simply an obligation. But when passion is added, desire drives commitment. Isn’t that spectacular?
The hard truth of it is, yes, you’re an American, but so is everyone else on this continent. Congratulations. You might be an American, but that certainly isn’t your nationality.
Culture shock is a necessary experience. It is why studying abroad is so vital to understanding that the world is different and that we should not be afraid.
Packing sucks, so here are 10 things students can do instead of packing up their stuff to go back home.