Eat Around The World

By: Jourdan Batson Living in a city like Tulsa, there doesn’t seem to be many options for different types of food you may crave. There are a lot more than we think, and I tried some of the recommended authentic types of food you can find here!  El Arepazo: I had to DoorDash this since... Continue Reading →

Food Truck Festival Photo Journal!

By: Kendall Webber Scroll for a sneak peak of what next year's Tulsa Food Truck Festival could potentially look like!  Here are photos of food I bought and saw around the festival. The foods include ice cream, street tacos, macarons, caramel corn, honey candy from Roark Acres Honey shop, and mixed small baked pastries! All... Continue Reading →

Pageant Queens Take On Jenks

By: Bella Hunt Pageants are not very well-known around the district, and to many people's surprise, we have many pageant girls that go to Jenks. Two girls in particular have shined through their years with pageant life. Beginning in the pageant life isn’t easy, and it takes perseverance and dedication to the glamorous take that... Continue Reading →

The Truth Behind Our Vending Machines

By: Aaron Siebert As we walk through the halls of our campus they are always there, standing with their offerings, promising a “healthy eating option,” while the students of Union and Booker T. enjoy their sugar-filled candy with no secrecy behind their nutritional value. Of course, I’m talking about our beloved vending machines.  Union snack... Continue Reading →

Deep Dive Into The School Board

By: Liza Inbody Title PicturePicture Credit: Tulsa World Students follow a strict schedule and regime in which our education, clothing, and overall decisions are influenced. Our clothing is already, to an extent, determined. The time in which we are required to be August through May is allotted a year prior. The curriculum we are taught... Continue Reading →

Cookies, Cakes, and Jews: The Story of the Jewish Bakery

By: Emma Zeller Cultural representation is vital to every community. It offers to broaden our perspectives through the sharing of past experiences, learning about different ethnicities, and of course, food. At Cookies, Cakes, and Jews, they market countless remarkable Jewish dishes to the Jenks community.  Prior to opening Cookies, Cakes, and Jews, co-owner Jimmy Darnell... Continue Reading →

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