Gary the Ghost is a world-renowned Halloween icon and news expert.
Mick, the 20-year-old Domino’s pizza boy, works the night delivery shift and lives in his parents’ basement by day. Here are the opinions he has to share.
Stacy Smith-Jones has been modeling her eyebrows since she moved in with her boyfriend, Chad, an eyebrow sculptor, best known for tackling Kardashian unibrows.
Travis the Payless shoe salesman has twin Pomeranians named Darcy and Davis. In his free time, he enjoys sitting in saunas, watching sailboats and brewing tea.
Richie the ruffian is a little punk from Nichols Hills who enjoys video games, anime, pizza, and terrorizing his exhausted mother, Phylis.
Granny Perkins lives a simple life in her cozy Wisconsin cottage. Here are her thoughts on this week’s stories.
Hillari Miller, vegan suburban mom and part-time yoga instructor, leads a busy life but prides herself in her ability to keep up with the current news.
Sybil Tubb, a 19th century reporter from the Pioneer Enquirer, brings the most recent news to breeding grounds near you.
As OCU welcomes a new class of freshmen to campus, officials emphasize that students are individuals. However, most freshmen fit into specific groups.
Even with the rapidly approaching final papers, projects and exams, students manage to find time to procrastinate due to a number of distractions.
There’s one thing almost all college kids have in common: they’re broke. Here are some ways to prevent going further down the pit of debt.
Sometimes, you feel shitty about yourself. That’s not productive, so here are some ways to stop your self-abuse.
Q: Why couldn’t the theatre students read their new play?
A: Cause they hadn’t taken it Out of the Box!
Dr. Jorge Washington, history professor, claims that his use of multiple fonts helps students soak up knowledge from his PowerPoint presentations.
If you identify with any of he following symptoms, you too have fallen victim to this spring (break) fever.
OCU may be more famous for producing Tony Award-winning performers, but several Oscar-winning movies have plots inspired by the OCU campus.
There is a recurring societal trend in which a young, lovely, talented person marries a pud (someone with less personality than a potato).
While many pears are fretting over Valentine’s Day plans, we single folks can lay back and appreciate the lack of pressure to be romantic.
“I had never heard of him before, but I knew I had seen his face somewhere,” Bergman said. “I realized he was the guy from that Intel commercial.”
“I admit I was repulsed by the bedbugs at first, but my feelings changed over the month I spent with them,” Jenkins said.
“Seatbelts are for losers and whippersnappers,” said Darryl McAlester, DMV driving instructor. “Everyone knows that. It’s an alternative fact.”
“Don’t get me wrong – I appreciate any scholarship I can get, but it seemed like a lot for $50.”
John Smith, business senior, spent his Christmas break vacationing in Costa Rica and is still there, due to a flight cancellation.
Nobody has time to watch all of these new movies, but we can relate to these photos from them. I added my own captions.
Students will use several different methods to make it through this week and finish this insane semester. Here are some illustrated death week stories.