Finding your significant other is no longer as simple as an encounter at a sporting event or a run in at the grocery store. Technology has changed the way we date.
Administrators launched an investigation Oct. 8 after a photo of a student in blackface circulated on social media. The student went to a party dressed as Jay Z and posted about it on Snapchat. She is seen in the photo with her face painted black, a practice known as “blackface.” Blackface represents a time when…
Winnie the Pooh will be the latest Disney property to undergo a live-action transformation. The Mouse House is developing a new film starring the honey-loving bear and friends. The story will follow an adult Christopher Robin. For more information on the project, click here. HBO has released the trailer for its Bessie Smith biopic, starring Queen Latifah….
Disney’s Tangled is coming to the stage – though not the stage you’re probably thinking about. The show will be performed on the Disney Magic cruise ship later this year. Alan Menken and lyricist Glenn Slater have written three new songs for the musical. For more on the show, click here. The Muppets may be…
In this tech-heavy area, many social media users post emoticons (those cute little smiley faces that can exhibit almost any expression on the spectrum) without a second thought.But some Facebook users insist that one particular emoticon, far from being harmless, poses an extreme risk to body image and confidence in users.
Snapchat users can add OKCUniversity as a friend.The university will take advantage of the Snapchat Stories feature to share photos and videos with everyone who is a friend.
Is it blue? Is it black? Or are we all just going slowly mad? The Internet went crazy Thursday night with the instigation of what some are calling “Dressgate.” From inconspicuous beginnings, the drama surrounding a rather plain cocktail dress blew up into a world-wide debate about color and sanity.
If you could determine how people saw you, what would you hope they saw? I investigated the power behind labels and descriptive terms on self-perception.
Oklahoma lawmakers are seeking legislation to ban texting and driving. The case to ban the use of mobile phones while operating vehicles has been long debated, but came to a head last month after a phone-related incident cost two highway patrol officers their lives. On Jan. 1, 2015, Steven Clark was driving down I-40 and…
A new generation of Facebook users will have a presence on the social media platform before they’re born, and after they die. Is this constant media coverage a sign of progress and self-expression, or just another way to compete online?
Most of us have experienced it, the feeling of inadequacy as we mindlessly scroll through our Facebook or Twitter feed on a Friday night watching tons of people have more fun than us.
We have also felt it perhaps in the middle of summer as we watch droves of people on vacation seemingly being the most interesting people in the world.
When we are doing these cool things, we are also posting pictures and other things on social media to remind our “friends” and “followers” just how cool we are as well.
Anyone who has social media is guilty of this at some point to some degree.
At Student Publications, our mission is to inform, entertain the campus community.
To keep with our promise, we have developed a free app for smartphones, available on the iTunes app store and Android market.
University police alerts confused students amid a campus lockdown Sept. 23. The university was locked down for about 25 minutes after a shooting suspect ran onto campus.