Tag: Op Ed

Women’s History Month Honors Strides and Struggles Alike

Women’s History Month Honors Strides and Struggles Alike

OpinionMegan Prather- March 27, 2017

Since 1995, the month of March has been designated to reflect on the contributions made to our society as well as the strides towards equality made by badass women, past and ... Read More

Bucking Broncho: Westbrook Over Harden For MVP

Bucking Broncho: Westbrook Over Harden For MVP

OpinionA. Suave Francisco- March 6, 2017

Oklahoma City Thunder guard Russell Westbrook reacts after making a 3-point basket against the Portland Trail Blazers during the first half of an NBA basketball game in Portland, Ore., Thursday, ... Read More

Op-Ed: What Does “What’s Next?” Mean to Me?

Op-Ed: What Does “What’s Next?” Mean to Me?

OpinionUCentral- February 17, 2017

The Vista accepts any letters to the editor and Op-Ed contributions. If you would like your response displayed in the next issue, please send your letters or Op-Ed contributions to ... Read More

Republicans Boast DeVos

Republicans Boast DeVos

OpinionMegan Prather- February 13, 2017

Education Secretary Betsy DeVos addresses Education Department staff, Wednesday, Feb. 8, 2017, at the Education Department in Washington. (AP Photo/Molly Riley) Betsy DeVos was confirmed as Education Secretary on February ... Read More

Bucking Broncho: Why Aren’t There More Athletes Like Muhammad Ali?

Bucking Broncho: Why Aren’t There More Athletes Like Muhammad Ali?

OpinionA. Suave Francisco- February 13, 2017

Muhammad Ali, one of the greatest fighters in history, was also known for the stances he took on politics and society. Ali was a staple in both the fighting and ... Read More

Trading Valentine’s for Valentine: A Reminder of What It’s Really About

Trading Valentine’s for Valentine: A Reminder of What It’s Really About

Main StoryCara Johnson- February 10, 2017

Flowers are a staple gift given on Valentine's Day to show a significant other love. History.com reports that at least 23% of adults buy flowers on the holiday, the majority ... Read More

Bucking Broncho: Racism Still In Sports Today

Bucking Broncho: Racism Still In Sports Today

OpinionA. Suave Francisco- February 5, 2017

In this Saturday, Jan. 28, 2017 photo, United States' Serena Williams, left, embraces her sister, Venus, as she celebrates after winning the women's singles final at the Australian Open tennis ... Read More

Everyone Loves The Super Bowl, Right?

Everyone Loves The Super Bowl, Right?

OpinionPeter Agnitsch- February 3, 2017

New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady is reflected in the Lombardi Trophy during a news conference after the NFL Super Bowl 51 football game Monday, Feb. 6, 2017, in Houston. ... Read More

Bucking Broncho: Can New York Get Rid Of Anthony?

Bucking Broncho: Can New York Get Rid Of Anthony?

OpinionA. Suave Francisco- January 31, 2017

New York Knicks forward Carmelo Anthony (7) reacts after scoring a 3 pointer in the first half of an NBA basketball game against the Atlanta Hawks on Sunday, Jan. 29, ... Read More

Standing In Solidarity

Standing In Solidarity

OpinionMegan Prather- January 30, 2017

Attendees of the Women's March on Oklahoma had signs at the Oklahoma City Capitol on Saturday, Jan. 2017. Protestors across the world gathered in resistance against President Donald Trump and to raise ... Read More