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The one where we grieve a friend: Remembering Matthew Perry

Moe Del Rosario, Arts Reporter November 8, 2023

Saturday, Oct. 28, marked the passing of an actor, advocate and friend to all, Matthew Perry.  Perry, 54, was found dead in his home in California. Police are thoroughly investigating his death but...

Fun activities to enjoy around OU this summer

Fun activities to enjoy around OU this summer

Autumn Okuszka, Editor-in-Chief July 19, 2023

Summer is a time that holds multiple meanings for people throughout life. As a child, it can mean a vacation from school. As an adult, summer can merely feel like a season between spring and fall.  It...

Many students try to avoid a mid-semester slump by studying constantly. Getting plenty of sleep, eating right and maintaining social interaction can help improve grades. 

Staying focused as the semester ends

Shelby Tankersley, Editor-In-Chief February 27, 2016

Breaking news: we have now entered the final stretch of the academic year. Finally.As the weather gets warmer (or stays cold, whatever) and finals get closer, it gets harder to stay in and study or do...

Five lives, infinite lessons

Five lives, infinite lessons

By Scott Wolchek April 15, 2014

Hailey Brouillet, Maya Michelle Horton, Eric Pauli, DeMal Coleman and Adam Wilson. These are the names of the brothers, sisters, sons, daughters, classmates, friends, family and loves lost during this...

The lost art of talking to people

August 5, 2013

I’m losing all my friends, guys.It’s possible that my awkward personality has done me in, but I’d like to blame technology.I started a Facebook page all those eons ago with friends up the wazoo....

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