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  • 5 Facts, 5 Quotes #3

    5 Facts, 5 Quotes #3

    Freshman Claire Copeland gives her opinion on whether or not she believes undocumented children should have to go back to their home country. Freshman Gabe Carter discusses his views on DACA and gives us his reasoning on why he believes undocumented children should be able to stay in America. Senior Austin Thole briefly explains his

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  • Residential Colleges Seek Residents

    Residential Colleges Seek Residents

    Students at the University of Oklahoma fail to be dazzled by the university’s new upperclassmen housing option and its promise of upscale accommodations and a devoted academic community. Deterred by the model’s hefty price tag and resemblance to the freshman dorms, many students have opted to commute in favor of housing with additional amenities and

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  • New Club Rolls into OU

    By: Lauren Linville The University of Oklahoma added a roller derby club to the long list of student organizations this past year. The club is a branch of the Oklahoma Victory Dolls Roller Derby team. Cheyenne Riggs, an OU faculty member, started the club at OU and said she wants the club to expand, however,

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  • Padres taking hard look at ex-Mississippi State star

    Padres taking hard look at ex-Mississippi State star

    PEORIA, Arizona — The San Diego Padres are ready to get an extended look at a former Mississippi State standout as they build toward the future. Hunter Renfroe, one of the stars of the Bulldogs’ 2013 College World Series team, made his major league debut last September and is seen as a lock to open

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  • Price College to Open Graduate Center in OKC

    Price College to Open Graduate Center in OKC

    The University of Oklahoma’s business college will be opening a new center for their MBA programs in Oklahoma City. Construction is already underway for The Price College’s new 27,000 square foot Graduate and Executive Center in Oklahoma’s Research Park, which is scheduled to be completed in June and to begin hosting classes starting in August.

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  • Norman Museum Exhibit Emphasizes Unique Environmental Sustainability Practice

    Norman Museum Exhibit Emphasizes Unique Environmental Sustainability Practice

    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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  • It is Hotter in the City

    It is Hotter in the City

      Two students at the University of Oklahoma are trying to figure out why the temperature is warmer in a metropolitan area compared to a rural area.   Jason Newby and Stuart Edris, seniors in the meteorology school, are studying the connection between soil moisture and the urban heat island in Oklahoma City.   An

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  • OU Offers One-Day Engineering Workshop for Middle School Women

    OU Offers One-Day Engineering Workshop for Middle School Women

      Middle schoolers don’t often get the chance to spend the day in a world-class engineering facility learning alongside college students, but last Friday, some Oklahoma students got that unique opportunity. Gallogly College held its now bi-annual event on Friday for middle school girls to participate in projects as a part of Engineering Week. The

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