In a world now dominated by credit cards, PayPal, and Apple Pay, to name a few, it is often easy to forget the original payment method of the United States: paper money. I rarely carry cash on me and neither do most of my friends, but nonetheless, dollar bills and perhaps more importantly, whose face […]
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Emily Sanderlin is a sophomore at Oklahoma State University and is currently serving as a coordinator for Freshman Representative Council. She is one of the most caring, funny, and amazing people I have ever met. Although she is really involved and a leader on campus, she always makes time for the people in her life.
Read More One in Emily(on): FRC Coordinator, Emily Sanderlin
My father, like most children who grow up in Mexico, played soccer in his free time. So naturally, when the time came for me to play a sport, he encouraged me to also play the sport he had grown to love so much. It was not until years later that my dad told me about […]
Read More Wage equality is the goal for the USWNT
Growing up, my parents never let me have social media. I was never allowed to have a Facebook, Myspace, or YouTube account and looking back on it, I suppose that I am thankful that I now do not have to worry about awkward and embarrassing middle school pictures coming back to haunt me. Up until […]
Read More Instachange: taking control of our platforms
On a recent visit to Oklahoma City, I interviewed Megan, an employee at Roxy’s Ice Cream Social. Roxy’s is located in OKC’s Plaza District, one of my favorite parts of the city. They’re sparkling lemonade paired with the pie served at Pie Junkie across the street are worth the hour drive from Stillwater to Oklahoma […]
Read More Go shawty, it’s sherbert day: Roxy’s Ice Cream Social
The little red bubble on the upper right hand corner of the Gmail app stares ominously at me every time I am on my phone’s home screen. This is because I have 2,282 unread emails and I am ashamed at the fact that that number is so preposterously high. However, if it were not for […]
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Last Wednesday, I went out and took photos of one of the most scenic places on campus: Theta Pond. Theta Pond is filled with so many picture-taking opportunities; here are six of my favorites.
Read More Photos of Theta Pond
In this episode of Drop It Like It’s Squat we share the quarrel between gym regulars and people who made a new year’s resolution to loose weight that arises every year at OSU.
Read More New year, new me: clash at the Colvin
Last semester on a trip home to visit my parents, my dad told me a story that left me angry and disappointed as both a first generation Mexican-American and as the first person in my family to go to college. My father told me that an ESL teacher had come into the parent teacher conference […]
Read More Los padres hispanos deben votar a favor de la educación de sus hijos
The term helicopter parent made me cringe from the moment I heard it and it made the image of parents using drones equipped with GoPro cameras hovering over their kids pop into my head. From experience, pressure put on by parents to make their children do something only makes said kids want to do it […]
Read More Our future lies in passion and creativity