Author: Emily Smith

Maternity Leave Bill Passes State Senate

Maternity Leave Bill Passes State Senate

NewsEmily Smith- April 13, 2017

(Provided/ Pixabay.com). A bill that would increase the amount of unpaid maternity leave from 12 weeks to 20 weeks passed out of the Senate, Monday, March 21. Senate Bill 549 ... Read More

Study Shows Increase in Deaths for Middle-Aged White Americans

Study Shows Increase in Deaths for Middle-Aged White Americans

FeatureEmily Smith- April 7, 2017

A middle-aged white man poses for the camera. Studies have shown that the death rate of middle-aged white Americans has increased since 1999. (Provided/ Pixabay.com). In 2015, economist researchers Anne ... Read More

Fandom Watch: Steven Universe

Fandom Watch: Steven Universe

NetcastsEmily Smith- March 31, 2017

Emily and special guest James Rodriguez talk Steven Universe. They'll go over their favorite characters, moments, and episodes. Read More

Embryoids Spark Moral Debate

Embryoids Spark Moral Debate

FeatureEmily Smith- March 27, 2017

Recent scientific developments involving human embryos have prompted moral debates. Read More

Fossil Discovery Belongs to Earth’s Oldest Creature, Scientists Say

Fossil Discovery Belongs to Earth’s Oldest Creature, Scientists Say

FeatureEmily Smith- March 4, 2017

Scientists have discovered what they believe to be the remains of the oldest creature to ever roam the Earth. Read More

NASA Discovers Seven Earth-Sized Planets

NASA Discovers Seven Earth-Sized Planets

FeatureEmily Smith- February 27, 2017

Can life exist outside of Earth? NASA's recent discovery makes the idea seem hopeful. Read More

They, Them, Their: A Project of Inclusion

They, Them, Their: A Project of Inclusion

NewsEmily Smith- February 10, 2017

A new project aims to help transgender community members feel more comfortable in their clothing. Read More

Local Clinical Services Offer Solutions to Low-Income Groups

Local Clinical Services Offer Solutions to Low-Income Groups

Main StoryEmily Smith- January 23, 2017

Clinical services are offered for those in Oklahoma City with lower incomes at prices that are more affordable than typical health care. The services range from immunizations to birth control. ... Read More