Author: Quinn Daugherty

Stitt retains governor seat in low turnout election
Politics, News

Stitt retains governor seat in low turnout election

Quinn Daugherty- November 22, 2022

Incumbent Governor Kevin Stitt defeated democratic challenger Joy Hofmeister in last Tuesday’s midterm election. Stitt tallied 639,484 votes compared to former Superintendent for Public Education ... Read More

Vicki Behenna becomes first female district attorney in District 7
Politics, News

Vicki Behenna becomes first female district attorney in District 7

Quinn Daugherty- November 22, 2022

Former federal prosecutor and executive director of the Oklahoma Innocence Project Vicki Behenna is poised to begin her tenure as District 7’s first female District ... Read More

Open to debate
Politics

Open to debate

Quinn Daugherty- October 24, 2022

Stitt admits ‘Top 10 state’ is ‘aspirational’ in meetup with challenger Joy Hofmeister Incumbent Republican Governor Kevin Stitt clashed with Democratic challenger and State Superintendent ... Read More

Inmates and officer die in private prison
News

Inmates and officer die in private prison

Quinn Daugherty- September 27, 2022

Davis Correctional Facility (DCF) is an all-male private prison near Holdenville, Oklahoma run by Corecivic. Corecivic is the nation’s largest owner of partnership correctional, detention ... Read More

News

Blowing smoke

Quinn Daugherty- September 15, 2022

Recreational marijuana might not make the November ballot State Question 820 is uncertain to reach the Nov. 8 general election ballot after the Oklahoma Supreme ... Read More

Tinker-donated supercomputer to crunch numbers for STEM students
Campus

Tinker-donated supercomputer to crunch numbers for STEM students

Quinn Daugherty- August 31, 2022

STEM faculty and students eagerly anticipate the arrival of a Haise Supercomputer cluster from Tinker Air Force Base, which the College of Mathematics and Science ... Read More