When the rest of campus is wet and icy, the walkway outside of Evans Hall is a dry, warm haven. Observant students might even notice steam rising from the steps on a particularly cold day.
In light of the hysteria surrounding the white and gold or maybe black and blue dress that has the Internet up in arms, OU President David Boren offered his opinion.
The NBA’s trade deadline was yesterday, which means that general managers for all 30 teams took and made calls in an attempt to do one of two things: make their team better now or make their team better later.
With freezing rain forecast to fall over Norman tonight, several students have taken to Twitter to urge OU President David Boren to cancel school tomorrow. Boren, who just created a Twitter account last week, might be overwhelmed with tweets asking him to #makethecall.
At the turn of every new year, we make resolutions in an attempt to better ourselves. "I'm going to eat better, I'm going to write every day, I'll make a schedule and keep to it, I'll go to the gym and actually do a thing" — stuff like that. But it's a running joke as old as the tradition it…
Set your alarms because Monday is the big day. Classes are starting at OU whether you're ready or not, but wouldn't it give you some piece of mind to know if you're prepared for the coming semester? Sure it would.
Thanksgiving, a time of feasting and trousers with elastic waistlines. A time to eat a whole pumpkin pie if you feel inclined to do so and succumb to a food coma. Those of us in the Native American community would like to take some time to acknowledge what we’re thankful for.
As a child, my favorite toy was Domino Rally. The purpose of Domino Rally was to setup dominos in patterns like butterflies or cats. Eventually, you would knock over a domino; that would set off a chain-reaction, knocking all of the other dominoes over.
While Sooners were anxiously waiting to hear whether campus would be closed because of winter weather Sunday evening, this tweet began circulating social media:
Bobby and Peter Farrelly- the brother writing/directing team behind the comedy blockbuster "Dumb and Dumber" and it's sequel, "Dumb and Dumber To," that comes out this weekend.
It can be hard to decide what movie to see on any given weekend, especially right now with so many great, buzz-worthy films making the rounds in theaters. Here's a quick roundup of new and upcoming releases that are making the biggest splashing this weekend:
Whenever I started college I thought that film critic would be an acceptable profession for me. I chalk this decision up to one of two things: an extremely deep-seeded self-loathing, or just sheer naiveté.
For many incoming freshmen, the first few weeks of college can be a rough transition from mom and dad’s bosom to the harsh, cruel, soul-crushing, almost-adult world of higher education. When we were freshmen, we didn’t know what do with ourselves, so in the spirit of helping out our younger …
Sooner student fashionista of the week goes to Sarah Crain. In the above picture, Sarah is wearing a sunny, bright-yellow dress (Sears), embellished ankle booties (Buckle), heart-shaped sunglasses (Stella Rae’s) and an oversized, black tote that was given to her as a gift. Sarah said that sh…
After 18 years of teaching graduate and undergraduate classes, Hong Lin, associate director of Center for Teaching Excellence said the best study techniques are those that promote active rather than passive learning.
Every year when the Academy releases its list of nominees, movie lovers across the country scramble to make up for what they’ve missed. After all, who wants to be that person at the Oscar watch party who can’t weigh in on the Best Actress race because they haven’t seen Blue Jasmine (full dis…