Features

  • Managing The Moving Parts

    With the advent of horizontal drilling and hydraulic fracturing, new oil wells are going up around the state at a record pace and with a...

  • Oklahoma’s Energy

    Fifteen years ago, movers and shakers wondered what the next engine of Oklahoma commerce would be. Oil and gas reservoirs were tapping out, and wind...

  • A Financial Education

    Graduates usually leave college with greater knowledge, understanding and experience – and, more often, a staggering student loan debt. An average of 53 percent of...

  • Master Your Fate

    There are many reasons to consider pursuing a graduate degree. Some may want the pay boost afforded by having more than a bachelor’s degree. Others...

  • The School Debate

    With so many options for a child’s education, choosing the right path for success can be overwhelming. However, the process can be simplified by weighing...

  • The New Market

    As new high school graduates prepare for the next step, the question looms: “What should I do with my life from here?” Some have always...

  • Lessening Brain Drain

    Brain drain. No, it’s not a zombie reference. Brain drain is the incalculable economic loss sustained every time a young, educated Oklahoman leaves the state...

  • Destined For Greatness

    Nicole Ku’ulei-lani Flett The Oklahoma School of Science and Mathematics Attending: Harvard University Major: Computer science and art What are your career plans? To design, code, and...

  • The Importance of Alumni

    Whether public or private, in boom or bust times, universities benefit in numerous ways from their alumni. Those who have earned their degrees and left...

  • 20 Objects That Shape Oklahoma

    Acrocanthosaurus atokensis (“High-spined lizard from Atoka”) Museum of the Red River Idabel This carnivorous dinosaur (theropod) was first discovered in early-mid Cretaceous deposits (125-100 million...