Summertime Toys: Motorized Electric Surfboards
By: Tanika Gentry Well, it’s almost that time of year again. If you haven’t done so already, now is the time to start the, “I gotta lose 20lbs before summer” count down. It’s not too late, but if you haven’t started working on your beach body yet, you’re already kinda late in the game.
CAMERON UNIVERSITY COMMUNICATION STUDENTS HONORED
By: Tanika Gentry Several students from the Communication Department at Cameron University were honored last week at the Oklahoma Broadcast Education Association 2015 Student Media Competition. The event took place at the Hard Rock Hotel and Casino in Tulsa, Oklahoma.
UNIFICATION OF THE CITY: Hosted by Lawton Police Department
By: Tanika Gentry When I first found out I was moving to Oklahoma, I’ll admit, I was terrified. I knew nothing about the state, the people or this town. I did however, possess the various stereotypes about said topics (insert inappropriate but arguable, backwoods-country, buckle-of-the-Bible-Belt joke here).
COMMUNITY EVENT: PANCAKE FUNDRAISER “SHORT STACKS FOR A TALL CAUSE”
By: Tanika Gentry The International Film Club and Phi Sigma Iota students of Cameron University are hosting a pancake fundraiser to support students from the local chapter.
Community Event: The Junior Police Academy
By: Tanika Gentry The Lawton Police Department is hosting the first annual Junior Police Academy for all junior high and high school students in the Lawton/Ft. Sill area.
Polling Places in Lawton, Fort Sill for Super Tuesday!
This election year is turning out to be a very interesting one, to say the least. From shrewdly telling it like it is to the ushering in of a “political revolution”, the platforms of each candidate are hard hitting and about as diverse as they come.
Richest Song Writers Of All Time
Ever wondered what kind of job you can do that will allow you to stay at home, doing something you & millions of people all over the world will absolutely love, and make millions of dollars while doing it?
Cameron University’s Children’s Easter Egg Hunt [PHOTOS]
By Megan Bell Cameron University held a free Easter egg hunt for any kids that attended the softball games last Tuesday, March 31. Students involved in SAAC (Student-Athlete Advisory Committee) dispersed colorful Easter eggs across the outfield after the games ended.
Stay Active This Summer 4th Annual Youth Summertime Activities And Job Expo
By: Tanika Gentry Hey boys and girls! It’s almost that time of year again. Yep. The lazy, scorching hot, lingering days of summer. When all educational requirements go out the window and downright laziness sets in. Freedom so close, you can almost taste it! But what are you planning on doing this summer?
The Legends And Traditions Of St. Patrick’s Day
By: Megan Bell St. Patrick was a priest who spent his life converting the Irish to Christianity. He used the three-leafed shamrock to describe the theory of the Trinity – the Father, Son and Holy Spirit. Legend says he put the curse of God on all the venomous snakes in Ireland and led them to the water where they drowned.
Cinderella Returns With More Focus On Strength Than Dependency
By: Megan Bell The traditional, timeless tale of Cinderella has once again been recreated. This will be the 13th adaptation of the 400-year-old story since 2000. Irish Director Sir Kenneth Branagh has reimagined the live-action Disney film.
Superhero Movies Take Over Hollywood
By: Megan Bell The movie industry has become engulfed with the flood of superhero movies that continue to roll in. Over the next five years, there are 28 superhero films set to be released. Four days ago at the Independent Spirit Awards, during his acceptance speech for Best First Feature, Nightcrawler director Dan Gilroy commented on the surge of superhero movies invading Hollywood.