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Tornadoes, climate change and why Dixie is the new Tornado Alley

Ernest Agee, Purdue University Tornadoes tore up homes in New Orleans and its suburbs and were reported in communities...

Oklahoma is – and always has been – Native land

Dwanna L. McKay, Colorado College Some Oklahomans are expressing trepidation about the Supreme Court’s recent ruling that much of the eastern part of the state...

From grandfather to grandson, the lessons of the Tulsa race massacre

Gregory B. Fairchild, University of Virginia My family sat down to watch the first episode of HBO’s “Watchmen” last October. Stephen Williams, the director, included...

The misguided attacks on ‘This Land Is Your Land’

Will Kaufman, University of Central Lancashire In recent years, Woody Guthrie’s “This Land Is Your Land” has become a rallying cry for immigrants. And in...

What Oklahoma’s opioid settlement means for other states, cities and counties...

Andrew Pollis, Case Western Reserve University Oklahoma Attorney General Mike Hunter recently announced that the state had reached a US$270 million settlement with Purdue Pharma,...

3 reasons why teachers are striking right now

Deana Rohlinger, Florida State University Teachers from Arizona and Colorado are joining teachers in Oklahoma and Kentucky on the picket line. These teacher strikes will likely...

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Why Nintendo is still the games master at 125

By Hiro Izushi, Aston University In the world of video games few companies have as long or vivid a history as Nintendo, which turns 125...