Friday , October 20, 2017

Category: Editorial

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  • The Gift of Gaelle

    The Gift of Gaelle

      Our bus is tiny by American standards. It barely fits seven ORU students, a chaperone and a tour guide. Here we are though, packed in like awe-struck sardines, rolling down ...

  • The importance of writing well

    The importance of writing well

    A few weeks ago, I was scrolling through an online news site when a preview for an article popped up, titled “Does Writing Well Matter Anymore?” I think I actually stopped breathin ...

  • Millenials and the American Dream

    Millenials and the American Dream

      Ask any millennial* what the American Dream used to be, and most would describe Gastby-esque houses and enough money to buy on-or two-private jets. As the world becomes fast ...

  • Goodbye, Brady Arts District

    Goodbye, Brady Arts District

        The Brady Arts District is a beloved area of Tulsa. Home to the Hardesty Arts Center, Guthrie Green and The Brady Theater, it’s undoubtedly an important part of Tulsa ...

Subjectively Objective: A Final Metaphor

Subjectively Objective: A Final Metaphor

I think one of the great ironies of graduation season is that the unique possibilities of our futures are often described using clichéd metaphors. We’ve all heard these overused e ...

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Subjectively Objective: Truth on Trial

Subjectively Objective: Truth on Trial

I've been intrigued by the Jodi Arias trial. In this case, the 33-year-old Calif. native was charged with brutally murder ing her ex-boyfriend, Travis Alexander. The case has prov ...

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Subjectively Objective: A Sarcastic Generation

Subjectively Objective: A Sarcastic Generation

Seeing the oppressive supreme leader of North Korea, Kim Jong Un, meet with former NBA star Dennis Rodman last week was such a pleasant sight. I’m being sarcastic, of course. The ...

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Subjectively Objective: Staring at Race

Subjectively Objective: Staring at Race

This week marks the one-year anniversary of the shooting of Trayvon Martin. Although the 17-year-old’s murder cast a dark shadow of controversy over the nation a year ago, it also ...

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Is this the century of women? Tom Brokaw says yes

Is this the century of women? Tom Brokaw says yes

Each generation in American history has experienced revolutionary changes and monumental events that have shaped our society and country as a whole. I've often wondered: What will ...

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