Candidates were asked pre-prepared questions as well as questions from the audience. Photo by Katie Compton. On Monday, March 13, UM’s Student Government Association (SGA) hosted their annual debate in Farmer Hall. Attendees got the chance to hear the candidates running for executive positions debate campus issues and talk about their platforms and plans. Click here to watch our live coverage of Monday’s debate. Here is a brief rundown of what each candidate covered. Lizbeth Juarez – Presidential Candidate Running unopposed, Juarez explained at the debate that her platform is striving for campus improvement when it comes to...Read More
It was a wild time traveling ride for Purple Side in the Big Apple. In this year’s Purple Victory performance “Showtime,” Purple Side casts a spell over Palmer auditorium that crash lands us (and a fascinating mix of characters) in the middle of New York City. Our journey is led by the emcee, who introduces us to sisters and princesses Eliza and Penelope. Eliza is on the verge of becoming queen of the kingdom no matter how much she doesn’t want to. Across the world, we also meet Levi and his friend Huck, two Oklahoma cowboys. Enter a disgruntled...Read More
Get in on the digs and dives of the homecoming volleyball game in this special feature from the College Night edition.Read More
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