Month: January 2019

Culture

Jackie Robinson, the legend, the inspiration

For those that saw the movie 42, staring journeyman actor Chadwick Boseman, you know that as a baseball movie it was geared exclusively towards Jackie Robinson’s journey to his first start for the Brooklyn Dodgers on April 15, 1947. That marked the end of racial segregation in professional baseball that held Black players to the […]

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Sports
Thunder Stories

A star is emerging in the 405

A star is emerging in Oklahoma City and that star is 20-year-old guard Terrance Ferguson. It took a midnight phone call and a lengthy meet up from the former MVP in Russell Westbrook that has turned a season that looked like it was going down hill with a speed that was beginning to be worrying […]

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Columns
Culture
Music

Meet the Dorsey’s

Jalen and Shelby Dorsey are not your average couple. They are, however, one of the most unique couples that I have ever had the pleasure of interacting with. Jalen, aka DJ LiTEBRiTE, has become a popular DJ in the south-central region and Shelby is a Board Certified Behavior Analyst. One of the most unique things […]

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Columns
Sports
Thunder Stories

Thunder will threaten Warriors if they stick to authentic identity

Instead of fighting fire with fire, why not fight fire with it’s biggest weakness, water? Basketball speaking, while every NBA team’s gameplan is to stock up on shooting power to compete against the Golden State Warriors, the Oklahoma City Thunder look to dethrone the Warriors dynasty with their stifling defense. Other than a slow early […]

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College Football
Podcasts
Sports

The Cho Show Ep. 17

On this weeks episode host “JG Smooth” shares his thoughts on the University of Central Oklahoma’s 8-4 season, where he sees the program heading and of course updating you about other Broncho sports.

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Thunder Stories

Thunder beat crippled Pelicans: Five Thoughts

Last night, the Oklahoma City Thunder defeated the New Orleans Pelicans 122-116. Despite what the final score might show, the Thunder dominated the game for a big stretch, reaching also a twenty-two points lead with one minute left to play in the third quarter. When it felt like the game was basically over, due to […]

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Culture
Sports

History of blackface and why many University of Oklahoma students are fed up

Students at the University of Oklahoma marched for justice after two blackface incidents on the college’s campus. The #BetterTogether march led and organized by junior political science major Aurelius Miles Francisco, Destinee Dickson and fellow members of OU’s Black Student Association was carried out to put further pressure on the campus’ leaders, specifically the newly […]

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