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  • OU science departments await building renovations

    OU science departments await building renovations

    Science students and faculty are becoming impatient waiting for the University of Oklahoma to launch much-needed renovations of their buildings. While the football stadium, library and physics building have been renovated in the past three years, buildings such as the 100-year-old Chemistry Building and the nearly 50-year-old Physical Sciences Center have seen little to no

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  • Students revive OU PSA

    Students revive OU PSA

    Students at the University of Oklahoma have resurrected the Pakistani Student Association after years of inactivity. PSA leaders hope the organization will promote Pakistani culture and erase negative perceptions of Pakistani people. “PSA is like my little family away from home,” said Raphia Mallick, PSA president, “One of the more important things I expect from

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  • Oklahoma meteorology students give back to those affected by severe weather

    Oklahoma meteorology students give back to those affected by severe weather

    Oklahoma meteorology students wanted to do more than study the recent hurricanes that have devastated parts of the nation. Three student-led organizations raised thousands of dollars in less than a month to donate to local charities in those areas. Groups within the the University of Oklahoma’s College of Atmospheric and Geographic Sciences joined forces to

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  • Ducks make community quack over art

    Locally designed, produced, and placed; these fiberglass duck sculptures are the catalyst for art and human interaction in Norman, Okla. In 2010, the Norman Arts Council, Norman Public Arts Board (PAB), and the Firehouse Art Center (FAC) all worked together to develop a project that would strengthen art awareness, stimulate social interaction and enhance Norman

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  • First look at Norman high school’s new construction

    Norman, OK- The community of Norman will have the opportunity to visit the open house being held at Norman high school in early November. The open-house will allow residents to see the new changes within the high school, both architecturally and innovatively. The Norman Public School Board of education approved plans to start construction on

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  • Norman City councilwoman, some OU students advocate changing DeBarr Ave.

    Norman City councilwoman, some OU students advocate changing DeBarr Ave.

    Groups of University of Oklahoma students teamed with a Norman city councilwoman to address the renaming of a nearby residential street that had racial ties to the Ku Klux Klan. Ward six councilwoman, Breea Clark, and other advocates, wanted to rename DeBarr Ave. after George Henderson, the professor that founded the Human Relations department at

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  • OU Cart sees Surge in Ridership

    OU CART services have been working hard to make sure all students have a free way to get to class. Since the expansion of ticketing hours and decrease in the amount of parking available on campus the Lloyd Noble Center has seen a considerable spike in riders.  In April of 2017, the Lloyd Noble Route

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  • OU School of Meteorology struggles to keep students in program

    OU School of Meteorology struggles to keep students in program

    The University of Oklahoma has one of the top meteorology schools in the country, but recently students are leaving the College of Atmospheric and Geographic Sciences due to difficult and uninteresting classes. OU’s School of Meteorology is relatively small with only 250 undergraduate students. The program ranks as the seventh best weather program in the

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  • JCPenney Leadership Program adds female heavy cohort

    Women now constitute the largest bloc of a corporate leadership program at the University of Oklahoma male-dominated business school for the first time in recent years. The female heavy cohort of 64 students was added to Price College’s JCPenney Leadership Program in September 2017. “The program has 168 members and we now have about 20

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  • OU organization serves burgers in honor of historical rivalry.

    OU organization serves burgers in honor of historical rivalry.

    The University of Oklahoma’s union board gave out free burgers yesterday in the union courtyard to celebrate OU Texas weekend. Over five hundred people were in attendance to the Union Programming Board’s “Bevo Burger Bash”. Students, faculty, and staff gathered in the Oklahoma Memorial Union Courtyard to enjoy the event commemorating the 117-year-old rivalry between

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