Reduce, Reuse, & Refill: Ecotastic, Tulsa’s First Refill Station

Reduce, Reuse, & Refill: Ecotastic, Tulsa’s First Refill Station

By: Izzy Pankey When it comes to the purchases you make at the grocery store, your choice of product has a major effect on our environment. Consumers produce 2,072 pounds of waste per year and only 34% of those consumers recycle. Most of that waste produced and recycled still has some life in it, so [...]

AQUAFINA

AQUAFINA

by Kinslie Washington Imagine waking up everyday and going to someplace simple, like the Gathering Place, and people know who you are--even calling you out by your stage name. Imagine getting on your phone and seeing people jamming out to your song at parties or in their car. That happens to a student here at [...]

Are Our Memes at Risk?

Are Our Memes at Risk?

By Camille Jones Article 13. You may have heard this ominous term floating around Twitter, Instagram, and any other meme source you frequent. But, what does it really mean? Are Europeans losing their right to meme? Why is everyone freaking out? It turns out that finding unbiased information on Article 13, including the legal text [...]

Teacher Walkout Recap

Teacher Walkout Recap

By Jackson Cropper With April rolling around once again, it marks the one year anniversary of the 2018 Oklahoma Teacher Walkout in which teachers all throughout the state stepped out of their overfilled classrooms to urge the state’s legislature to fund public education in a fair and just way. For some people, it feels like [...]

TEDxJenks

TEDxJenks

By Jackson Cropper We all understand what it’s like to watch a TED Talk in school. The second you hear the drip drip from the red TED logo hitting the screen, you can’t help but have your eyes glued to whoever is about to deliver thought-provoking ideas, and now students have the opportunity to share [...]