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  • OU welcomes new world: Pangea

    OU welcomes new world: Pangea0

    • October 12, 2017

    A trio of Chinese musicians’, playing ancient string instruments, performance of contemporary music last week, would never have happened without the help of the University of Oklahoma’s Confucius Institute. Friday, Pangea took the stage and performed an array of classical and folk Chinese music for the 250 people in attendance at Sharp Music Hall. Pangea

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  • OU architecture students, faculty reflect on Hurricane Harvey relief trips

    OU architecture students, faculty reflect on Hurricane Harvey relief trips0

    • October 12, 2017

    It’s been one month since the University of Oklahoma’s College of Architecture returned from its first trip to help Houston residents with cleanup after Hurricane Harvey, and those who went are still reflecting on the impact. “I just thought this would be a good experience for students to do service learning, and certainly, there’s tremendous

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  • Union Programming Board Hosts Sound Lounge

    Union Programming Board Hosts Sound Lounge0

    • October 12, 2017

    The Union Programming Board gave young musicians an opportunity for exposure when they hosted the Sound Lounge event on Thursday. Students gathered in the Union Courtyard to relax, enjoy free snacks, and listen to young musicians at OU display their passion. As over 80 students filled the courtyard, three musicians anxiously awaited their chance to

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  • Students Experience Unique Opportunities at National Weather Center

    Students Experience Unique Opportunities at National Weather Center0

    • September 22, 2017

    Students and researchers are utilizing a unique grouping of public, private and academic institutions to analyze weather patterns and learn from hands-on experiences. The National Weather Center is located on Jenkins Avenue, housing federal, state, private and student organizations. Classes in the National Weather Center focus on application and encourage students to collaborate with other

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  • Climate Change and Hurricanes0

    • September 19, 2017

        Grace Whitmill Freshman Biomedical Engineer Ariana Gannon Freshman Environmental Engineer Alyson Echols Freshman Biomedical  Engineer Payton Dugan Sophomore Petrolium Engineering   Garret Ford Senior Criminology  

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  • Mewbourne graduates face uncertain job market0

    • September 18, 2017

    Petroleum engineering students face an uncertain and constantly shifting job market after graduation, especially international students. In the wake of incidents like crude oil price crashes and imports being affected by foreign affairs, the American oil industry constantly changes, resulting in lay-offs and no new jobs some years. For international students, there are more hurdles

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