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Civil rights pioneer Nancy Randolph Davis, 88, died Monday. She was the first African-American student to enroll at Oklahoma State University when Oklahoma Agricultural and Mechanical College was segregated.
One of Oklahoma State University's own has gotten the chance of a lifetime — she gets to cook on TV.
What better way to cheer on the OSU men's basketball team than with cheese fries, good drinks and fellow Cowboys? Tonight, March 12, at 8 p.m., Eskimo Joe's will be hosting the official Big 12 men's basketball watch party, put on by the OSU Alumni Association and OSU Faculty/Staff Chapter. The OSU Cowboys will be playing the Oklahoma Sooners.
In an ever-increasing digital age, it's without a doubt harder to delve into and connect with literature and art than it once was. For Oklahoma State University English professor J.C. Hallman, it took one particular book to experience literary passion and move him to share his experience and thoughts with rest of the world. J.C. Hallman's book, B & Me: A True Story of Literary Arousal, will be published today, March 10, with Simon and Schuster.
As NBC's "The Voice" recently kicked off its eighth season auditions, a Cowboy made it past the blind audition and onto the battle round.
Oklahoma State University researchers are playing a prominent role in a quest to find subatomic particles that haven't been around since the big bang. Since 2006, researchers have been working away at the Organization for Nuclear Research, a world-renowned laboratory located nearby Geneva, Switzerland, on the ATLAS experiment.
Among the various fresh additions that are in the works for Oklahoma State's campus, there has been recent news of a supplementary training center grand opening. OSU will open the doors to its Colvin Functional Training Center from 5-9 p.m. Jan. 20. OSU's number of fitness class participants has skyrocketed, and the new building will accomodate the growth.
With Christmas just a mere six days away, Cowboys are clearly embracing the season of giving. The university has already exceeded its 2014 United Way campaign goal by roughly $10,000 since September, and donations are still being made.
It's an understatement to say Oklahoma State has been thinking green lately.
In the quest for a cure, the National Multiple Sclerosis Society, OSU Foundation and members of OSU's Public Relations Student Society of America have been readying the Stillwater community for Walk MS: Stillwater 2014, which will take place Saturday, Oct. 11 at Boomer Lake Park. Walk MS is an annual fundraising event held by the National MS Society in support of Multiple sclerosis research and services for those who are impacted by the disease.