BLOG: Clinton to run in 2016? Who cares?
Today I find myself a little confused by the actions of Democratic constituents and liberal journalists in our country.
Blog: Te'O Got Catfished
Last night I saw an interview with Notre Dame linebacker Manti Te'O. If you're unaware of the situation, Te'O got catfished. What does being catfished mean exactly? Well the urban dictionary definition is, "someone who pretends to be someone they're not using Facebook or other social media to create false identities, particularly to purse deceptive online romances."
BLOG: Arts can't continue to be scapegoat
On Feb. 4 a slew of new bills we will be brought before the state legislate. Among them is House Bill 1895, which essentially intends to reduce significant amounts of money to the Oklahoma Art Council in such a manner that the council would be eliminated in four years.
Blog: Local writer provides humor and fashion advice
One of the coolest things about the internet is its accessibility for talented writers that may not have another platform. One of my best friends, an English major at the University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma has been blogging for a few months on the free blogging website, WordPress.
BLOG: Squirrels, the animal kingdom's practical jokers
I have a love for great practical jokes and physical humor. Watching Chris Farley fall numerous times over the course of his stint at Saturday Night Live has left me with many happy memories.
Blog: Parks and Recreation best episodes guide
Parks and Recreation is my favorite show on television. Yes, I went there. With an All-Star cast such as leading ladies Amy Poehler, Rashida Jones and Aubrey Plaza and supporting actors such as Aziz Ansari… you really can't go wrong. So, for you TV junkies that have never seen Parks and Recreation (it's still underrated, so I won't blame you) I've compiled my favorite episodes. (In no order)
BLOG: Climate change, hoax or legitimate threat?
So every time a Democrat is elected to federal office we get to hear some pandering about climate change. Today's presidential inauguration speech was no different.
Sure, President Obama went on about gay rights and a variety of other key Democratic platform issues during his address, but he also skimmed over the issue of the planet getting progressively warmer.
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BLOG: Technological integration is inevitable trend
Over the last few months I have delved deep into the world of technology integration and modern teaching methods. On this journey I've discovered an incredible amount of both exciting and terrifying facts.
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