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  • OU senior gets his time in spotlight as lead in spring musical0

    • February 16, 2018

    Musical theatre senior Thomas Cromer practices a tap routine Musical theatre senior Thomas Cromer will be a leading man for the first time in an OU production, starring as Jimmy Winter in Nice Work if You Can Get it beginning Friday evening at 8 p.m. in Brackett Theatre. Cromer will play a wealthy playboy who

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  • Fraternity membership still down in wake of SAE

    Fraternity membership still down in wake of SAE0

    • February 16, 2018

    Fraternity recruitment stagnant  Brandon Curtis, Phi Kappa Psi member, sits outside of Bizzell Memorial Library after a class. Curtis has noticed a stigma surrounding the greek system at OU.   The University of Oklahoma Interfraternity Council is still seeing stagnant recruitment numbers following the 2015 Sigma Alpha Epsilon racist chant scandal.   Formal recruitment numbers

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  • Seismometers in schools help education, professional scientists

    Seismometers in schools help education, professional scientists0

    • February 14, 2018

     Across Oklahoma, small earthquake-measuring technology is being put in primary schools to aid in the education of students and research for geologists. A “Raspberry Shake” is a small computer/seismometer combination that is placed in a school or other public place and hooked up to a monitor. It then begins to record all the seismic activity

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  • Exquisite costumes complete ASEAN Night

    Exquisite costumes complete ASEAN Night0

    • February 12, 2018

    Southeast Asian students have spent months preparing to showcase their cultures, but traditional-Asian costumes are not easy to come by in Norman, Oklahoma. The Association of Southeast Asian Nations, or ASEAN, represents ten different countries and has only been on campus since last spring. On Thursday night, Meacham Auditorium became the stage of the first

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  • Union Programming Board adding more Events to the Week0

    • February 10, 2018

    NORMAN – The Oklahoma Union Programming Board, an event planning organization run by students, now has several events planned on different days during the week. The goal for the Programming Board is to make the student union a more social place for students to socialize and get to know knew people. Their main focus is student

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  • Price Passport to Success, or failure?0

    • February 10, 2018

      Still in its infancy, the University of Oklahoma’s Price College of Business’s Price Passport to Success, a program intended to better equip Price students to enter the business world, is experiencing some growing pains and is leaving some students mystified as to the what the purpose of the program is as well as how

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