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Impact of State Marijuana Law Still Being Felt

April 1, 2019 0 189

Jeremy Morgan, Staff Writer In the fall of last year Oklahoma’s Medical Marijuana law went into effect. The law came by way of an initiative petition, State Question 788, which... Read More

Investigation Continues on Bodies Found at City Lake

March 28, 2019 0 189

BY MIRANDA FOSTERPioneer Staff Writer Eighteen year old, Kelvin Perez-Lopez, was found dead on February 23rd in the water at Lake Overholser. He was last seen on January 28th. He’d been reported... Read More

Writing Is Like Childbirth, Suspense Author Says

March 14, 2019 0 466

Story and photo by Jenna Lowrance “Writing a book is like giving birth, it sucks while you are doing it and while you’re trying to work on it. It’s having... Read More

Months After The Teacher Walkout, Teachers Say There IS Still More to be Done

March 14, 2019 0 299

By Ryan Chapman “Parents send the best things they’ve ever done to you, and they want you to do something with them every single day,”  Norman North High School teacher,... Read More

Communication Makes Communities, Speaker Says

March 14, 2019 0 223

BY IDA STALLVIK Marilyn Luper Hildreth, daughter of Oklahoma City civil rights icon Clara Luper, believes the better people communicate, the better the country will be. Hildreth made the statement... Read More

Professional Wrestling: Escapism for Everyone

February 14, 2019 0 578

BY JEREMY MORGAN Pioneer Staff Writer The world is not short on giving people reasons to desire a temporaryescape. Be it personal problems, overwhelming societal drama, or simply the weather.... Read More

The Female Experience: An Open Letter to My Rapist

November 28, 2018 0 1158

A NOTE FROM THE ADVISOR OF THE PIONEER: This letter is real. It was written by Amber Jones, an OCCC student who was raped. Because most newspapers don’t identify the... Read More