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  • Fort Worth, Texas business owner stretches his threads into Oklahoma

    Fort Worth, Texas business owner stretches his threads into Oklahoma

    Already thriving in Fort Worth, Texas, Steve Humble takes over and remodels store in Norman. The Squire Shop was founded in 1994 by the Fort Worth local now Lawton, Okla. native, Steve Humble. Humble had a love for three things: food, Miller Lite, and OU football so naturally, when he was offered the chance to own

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  • OU works to provide relief for St. Gregory’s students

    OU works to provide relief for St. Gregory’s students

    The University of Oklahoma is developing a system to accommodate students forced to transfer from St. Gregory’s University as the Shawnee school prepares to shutter its operations after the fall semester.   The closing of the Catholic institution will leave over 550 full-time students searching for a new university. One destination for many students is

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  • Sergio’s Italian Bistro

    “Cooking is my passion, and I love Italian food. It was a dream of mine to my own restaurant.” For the last six years Sergio Garcia, owner of Sergio’s Italian Bistro, has been impressing his guests in Norman with savory, Italian-inspired dishes. When Garcia was younger, he spent a lot of time learning to cook

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  • Local restaurant owner thrives in family-style environment

    Local restaurant owner thrives in family-style environment

    There are hundreds of local businesses in Norman, OK and, for one business owner, it’s been his goal to stand out from the rest. Sergio Garcia was born and raised in Mexico City, Mexico. He studied accountancy at Escuela Bancaria y Comercial. What does he do now? He cooks. “Ever since I was little, I

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  • Stream or purchase music: Which one supports musicians the most?

    Stream or purchase music: Which one supports musicians the most?

    Millions of people use some form of a music streaming service rather than purchasing an artist’s music. “I pretty much only stream,” said Will Keller, sophomore at the University of Oklahoma. “I use Spotify because they have a good student discount and you can save music to stream offline.” Other students prefer to use Apple

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  • School district, researchers study new teaching strategies

    School district, researchers study new teaching strategies

    A study is looking to show the impact making has on student learning thanks to the help of a national grant. Norman Public Schools and researchers from the University of Oklahoma are working together to study making, maker spaces and what impact these have on learning through guided inquiry design. The study is being funded

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  • OU students participate in ‘Cocoa 2 Go’

    OU students participate in ‘Cocoa 2 Go’

    Students were able to customize hot chocolate amongst Christmas lights and holiday music during an event held at the University of Oklahoma. Over 100 students participated in the Union Programming Board’s first “Cocoa 2 Go” event held in Beaird Lounge at the Oklahoma Memorial Union. Students were given a mason jar and presented with over

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  • OU football fans must decide how to use their money

    Fans of the University of Oklahoma have to decide whether to spend their hard-earned money on Big 12 Championship game tickets this weekend or save up for the annual College Football Playoff if the Sooners were to be victorious on Saturday. This is a tough decision for many OU fans, as a Big 12 Championship

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  • Global Brigaders raise money for medical relief

    Global Brigaders raise money for medical relief

    An Oklahoma student-led group held Crimson and Caffeine Thursday, Nov. 30 as a fundraiser for an upcoming medical trip on. According to the Honduras Global Brigade’s co-president, Avery Brant, about 200 people came out to support their trips to Honduras and Nicaragua. Last year the Global Brigaders raised more than $50,000, but this year they

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  • The Wreckroom works toward building reputation after its reopening

    The Wreckroom drag club was rooting itself in the LGBT community in Oklahoma City in new, weekly showcases of local artists since its reopening July 21. The Wreckroom recently lowered the age restriction to allow 15 year olds to watch the performances to better immerse the club into the community. The club was closed for

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