Matt Payne’s creative writing and screenwriting classes start soon.
“I was pleasantly surprised when I visited there, actually, that I wasn’t totally far off,” she said. “I didn’t end up changing anything.”
“They’re supposed to do an evacuation on a periodic basis,” he said. “In order to facilitate filling the place to somewhat of a capacity, 1,000 or so [people],” a safety festival seemed appropriate.
It was there, as she headed in for a 3:30 a.m. shift, that things changed.
A Class Act by local author Tammy “T.L.” Hayes is published by Bold Strokes Books in New York.
“At that time, when I first started, it was the time for Miss Gay Oklahoma; I was first introduced and completely captivated by it all,” Deveraux said. “I got to meet all of these people, and I remember thinking, ‘Oh, this is a thing here in Oklahoma?’”
Writer Valerie J. Lewis Coleman will speak at this year’s National Multicultural Writer’s Association event.
“We’re working on our butterbeer recipe, and since our shop used to be a house with a backyard, we’re working on hosting some Quidditch there.”
UCO’s Office of Diversity and Inclusion aims to introduce students to other religions and connect them to their peers with its Interfaith Fair.
Every good Olympics carries with it a whiff of scandal. (Some admittedly stronger than others.) It also brings with it a roster of exceptionally talented and trained athletes from countries and states around the globe.