Are Our Memes at Risk?

By Camille Jones Article 13. You may have heard this ominous term floating around Twitter, Instagram, and any other meme source you frequent. But, what does it really mean? Are Europeans losing their right to meme? Why is everyone freaking out? It turns out that finding unbiased information on Article 13, including the legal text... Continue Reading →

Meet the Meat (and egg) Men!

By Camille Jones and Lily Heritage Hundreds of animals squeezed inside a small enclosure, daylight escapes them. The smell of feces so overwhelming that there isn’t anything else to focus on. Animals groan and squeal at the conditions. If you’re in Workun’s AP Lang class, you may have heard about these practices. That is not... Continue Reading →

School of Rock

by Camille Jones A Guide to Songwriting, as Told by Jenks Musicians As many musicians know, songwriting can be a daunting task that seems almost impossible. You might get an idea, be totally ready to write it down, and then find yourself staring at a blank page for hours. I myself love writing music, and... Continue Reading →

Stranger Than Science Fiction

By Camille Jones On November 26th, 2018, the first gene-edited human beings were born. This may sound like the tagline of a new dystopian novel, but it’s all too real. Using a gene editing technique called CRISPR-Cas9 (a technology that allows scientists to edit parts of the genome by adding, removing or altering sections of... Continue Reading →

“Warm Winter” Scarf Drive

BY Camille Jones and Charlotte Suttee There are almost 6 thousand homeless individuals in Tulsa alone. All scarves and donations will go to the Denver House downtown. Scarf Making: November 20th, afterschool, in Room 5222 (Mr.McCown) WE NEED fleece fabric to make scarves, since scarves are versatile. Fleece is about $5 per 60’’ wide yard... Continue Reading →

The Elephant in the Streets

BY Camille Jones There are over six thousand homeless people in the Tulsa area alone, and a lot of times, they go entirely unnoticed. And if we don’t understand the problem, how can we help? I sat down with Noe Rodriguez at the Denver House downtown to talk about homelessness, so we can all understand... Continue Reading →

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