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  • Union Programming Board volunteers find a home away from home0

    • March 4, 2017

    By Emily Nichols Student volunteers from the University of Oklahoma’s Union Programming Board have found a second family through their involvement in the student led event-planning organization. Senior petroleum engineering major Khoi Trinh joined the programming board his freshman year when his dorm resident assistant introduced him to the group. For Trihn, it was a

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  • SRT spends huge effort for little recognition0

    • March 4, 2017

      Zack Maxwell dedicates most moments outside of class, homework and sleep to his team. He and his teammates are in their ‘gym’ for upwards of 30 hours a week. Their season is twelve months long, and it’s over after a single competition. In 2011 the team placed second in the nation, fourth in the

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  • Norman Forward Seeks New Multi-Sport Facility0

    • March 4, 2017

      In October of 2015, Norman citizens passed the Norman Forward sales tax proposal. The goal of this proposal was to generate revenue to fund the construction of a wide variety of community facilities in Norman, including youth sports facilities. This proposal initiated a one-half sales tax lasting 15 years. The revenue generated will fund

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  • Chávez, Castro, Trump?0

    • March 4, 2017

    A professor at the University of Oklahoma likened President Donald Trump to both a Latin American dictator and communist, before a crowd of students and faculty Thursday. At the Forum on Democracy, Professor Alan McPherson, Director of OU’s Center for the Americas, told the audience Trump’s charismatic style and efforts to usurp the press are

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  • Norman Museum Exhibit Emphasizes Unique Environmental Sustainability Practice

    Norman Museum Exhibit Emphasizes Unique Environmental Sustainability Practice0

    • March 4, 2017

    A museum in Norman, Oklahoma, recently opened an exhibit which combines indigenous knowledge and modern science to deliver environmental sustainability. The Sam Noble Museum unveiled “Roots of Wisdom: Native Knowledge. Shared Science.” from the Oregon Museum of Science and Industry on January 26. Residing in the museum’s temporary exhibit space, the display offers four stories

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  • Home to stepping stone

    Home to stepping stone0

    • March 4, 2017

    Most young women join a sorority to find a community and to make friends. However, not all of those who join end up staying the traditional four years of undergraduate schooling. As of May 31, 2016, there were 2,949 members in the Panhellenic Association, according to the official Panhellenic Look Book. “I felt like it

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