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We have only just begun: Tennis starts their season

We have only just begun: Tennis starts their season

Story by Pete Tubbs Editor in Chief

February 6, 2018

  Last Friday, the women’s tennis team took on the third ranked junior college team in America, Seward County Community College. Although the Reddies didn’t walk away with a W, it was a close one. Annie Shannon was in the first singles match against SCCC’s Patricia Fanta. She was defeated6-2 and 6-...

Boys, men, and sexual abuse: Stop normalizing it

Opinion by Jae-Kur Lockhart Student Reporter

February 6, 2018

  At a moment’s notice, a child’s life could be changed and warped into a point of no true return. Men usually will not report or express this occurrence, well at least not like most women would. Women more or less express the situation after a period of time – if it ever comes up. What on ...

A short dialogue on “The Cloverfield Paradox”

Opinion by Pete Tubbs Editor in Chief

February 6, 2018

  If you didn’t know, at the Super Bowl this week, an ad for the new film “The Cloverfield Paradox” was released. Sounds normal, right? Wrong. Previously known as “The God Particle,” this film is the third in the critically and commercially successful “Cloverfield” film series. Fans ...

One of the Fighterz: “Dragonball FighterZ” is bringin’ 2D back

Story by Randy Perry-Johnson Student Reporter

February 6, 2018

  Video games are setting a huge standard for not only fighting games but video games as a whole with the release of Dragon Ball FighterZ. FighterZ is the first game to take place on a 2D plane in nearly a decade departing from the 3D arena brawler style. Developed by fighting game kings Arc System...

A Professor and a ROCKSTAR

A Professor and a ROCKSTAR

Story by Bunky Raines Student Reporter

February 6, 2018

  Those who don’t know Paul Glover, associate professor of communication, might not suspect his rich rock-n-roll background. Sitting in his office, however, seeing a Led Zeppelin poster and a framed concert stub that features one of his bands opening for Black Oak Arkansas, one can begin to catch a gl...

Do you even game, bro? Board games for older people

Story by Alisha Davis Student Reporter

February 6, 2018

  What is the best way to have a little fun and unwind after a long day of classes? Having a game night with friends is a great answer. College can be stressful. Don’t be afraid to take a night off from Huie and your studies to actually enjoy your college experience. When I suggest a game night, I am in no way telling you to g...

Doin Ok in Oklahoma: Jordan on the Basketball Teams

Story by Jordan WIlliams, Sports Reporter

January 30, 2018

  In what could’ve been called the Oklahoma Showcase, the Reddies hosted both Northwestern and Southwestern Oklahoma this past week in some electrifying matchups. They pit both the Men’s and Women’s teams against some of the more potent offensive and defensive units that the GAC has to offer....

Five Things to Know About Swim Team

Story by Erin Wolfe, Student Reporter

January 30, 2018

  If you are debating going to a college swim meet, don’t even think... just do it. It is one of the most underhyped sports around. It’s exciting and you never know what is going to happen next. Before you go, however, there are some things you should know about it.1. You will get jealous. There are athletes every where, i...

“Never a dull moment:” Daddy’s Home 2 is surprisingly not that bad

Review by Ayanna Williams, Student Reporter Poster Courtesy of Gary Sanchez Productions

January 30, 2018

  On the night of Jan. 26 and the afternoon of Jan. 28, the Student Activities Board held a movie showing of “Daddy’s Home 2” in the Garrison Lecture Hall. In addition to Mark Wahlberg and Will Ferrell, this film stars Mel Gibson and John Lithgow. John Cena also makes an appearance in the 2017...

Indies: Movies You Probably Haven’t Seen

Opinion by Pete Tubbs, Editor in Chief Images courtesy of Paramount, RLJE, Magnolia, and Bleeker St.

January 23, 2018

  Although 2017 had its fair share of massive blockbusters, it’s the smaller films that packed the most punch. You probably saw “Thor Ragnarok,” “Logan,” “Wonder Woman,” “Spiderman: Homecoming,” etc., but several independent films had more entertainment per ounce than the mega-budgeted stud...

The Dirty Delph Boys

Where are they now? Story and photos by Emily Bell, Copy Editor and Photographer

December 5, 2017

A degree in music is no easy feat to accomplish, but it isn’t the academic program itself that fills up a musician’s schedule alone. For any student of the arts, the dreaded portfolio and necessary vast experience in these subjects are what significantly bogs students down. In fact, they will often ...

A starved community thrives

A starved community thrives

One post grad’s life as a professional artist. Story and Photos by Emily Bell, Copy Editor and Photographer

November 21, 2017

As a student in the arts, the starving artist trope is often a sad reality many artists face after college. It seems we go from “broke college student” to “will draw for food” all too quickly. However, these same dedicated artists later claim how much it was worth it.Still in his “starving art...

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