Tag Archives: OSU

We’re No. 1!

Oklahoma State University’s student union was voted No. 1 in the nation for best digs, according to the Best College Reviews website. The list takes into account “community,” as well as live music options, gaming, study and socialization areas, conference areas and booze availability. Not really on that last one. No. 2 is Mountainlair at

Party play

Petra Lusche with her special recipe BY: Shannon Cornman It’s understandable since the splurge can wreak havoc on the waistline for game-day revelers. The time-honored tradition of the tailgate party bursts with school spirit, but if not careful, it can pack a hefty calorie count, too. According to calorielab.com, a trip around the tailgate table

Oklahoma’s public defenders

I remember when public airwaves were made available for public good, to inform us about what was going on in the world, not to tell us what we were supposed to think about it. The celebrity culture of broadcasting has changed this, combing news and editorial comment (My Two Cents, et al.), along with the

Killing the messenger

 At the recent Cowboys’ home opener against Lamar University, an effigy of SI writer Thayer Evans — the primary reporter behind the five-part series — was hoisted outside the stadium. At this point, you’re probably thinking, “Oh, that’s cute. What, did they put him in a dress or something? Maybe some sort of compromising position?”

Doubting Pokes

T. Boone Pickens  OSU uber-booster T. Boone Pickens, who was not implicated, said he was “disappointed” in the magazine’s reporting, which details allegations of players and recruits receiving improper payments, academic misconduct, drug abuse and inappropriate sexual conduct between football recruits and members of OSU’s hostess program, Orange Pride. “Many of the sensational allegations go

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