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Gary Trennepohl has held several titles throughout the course of his life, but his legacy remains thanks to his many accomplishments.
The OSU Rodeo Team has been roping, racing and bustin' broncs since 1946, but they haven’t hosted a rodeo in town since the late 1980s due to the lack of an arena. The team worked with the College of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources to host the inaugural Cowboy Stampede in October 2014 at the Payne County Expo Center.
Oklahoma State University Vice President and Chief Diversity Officer Jason Fitzgerald Kirksey credits his parents to pushing their children to their limits so they could succeed.  To read more about Dr. Kirksey, visit: https://statemagazine.okstate.edu/.   Uploaded August 13, 2015
Mia Winfree, an Oklahoma State University freshman, simply paid $25 for her Alumni Association membership.  She had no idea she'd be the 100,000th donor to Branding Success: The Campaign for Oklahoma State University. The seven-year campaign raised roughly $1.2 billion thanks to more than 104,000 donors. 
Idea innovators such as Raj Singh are benefiting countries around the world.
If you ask any student, he or she will say the best kind of experience is hands-on.
Oklahoma State University Institute of Technology is renovating historic buildings in downtown Okmulgee for student housing.
Author Brad Meltzer believes that ordinary people have the ability to make a difference in the world.
Dr. Judy Johnson's love for animals has taken her around the world from her childhood home of Covington, Oklahoma. She's photographed exotic and wild animals across the planet on her adventures. 
A Cowboy is a Cowboy forever. And it's Oklahoma State University alumni chapters like the Tulsa Chapter that resemble this statement.

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