Oklahoma is known as the reddest-of-the-red state because every county voted for Mitt Romney in the 2012 Presidential election. It also has one of the highest percentages of Baptist believers in the nation. This got me wondering–what about our LGBTQ … Continue reading
Oklahoma State University hosted the first Korean Night put on by the Korean Student Association on Sunday. For $10, anyone had the chance to experience traditional Korean food, watch a fashion show, and see some entertaining K-Pop performances. Stacey Yo, … Continue reading
Research Week begins at Oklahoma State University next week, featuring hundreds of research projects and over thirty events and presentations. OSU gives college students of any age and major an opportunity to participate in research on campus that can impact … Continue reading
Oklahoma has experienced a moderate to severe drought over the past three years. The City of Stillwater stated February 4, 2013 that the Kaw Reservoir (where the city gets most of its water) is 99.6 percent full, meaning residents of … Continue reading
Another video for the city. The core of this video was originally created by Megan McCann, but my job was to add a few slates to update the information. I also edited to open/close slates and some of the music.
Here’s a practice bumper for the O-Zone, Oklahoma State’s student-run show.
Bumpers are basically the short clips that you see in between or after commercials that sort of remind you of what channel you’re watching. Short, simple, not very thrilling, but it was fun meeting all those people!