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As a key component of OSU's commitment as America's Healthiest Campus®, it welcomes 13 four-legged, furry friends that will officially cater to the wellbeing of campus students, faculty, staff and visitors. Named after OSU's mascot, Pete's Pet Posse is an innovative form of pet therapy that is nationally recognized as the most complete, year-round program of its kind.
Last Thursday, the OSU student body crowded together on Library Lawn in acceptance of the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge.
OSU faculty members and students will travel to Africa this month to continue an entrepreneurial and cultural exchange program that began in May.
OSU's wakeboard team kicked off the hot summer with a cool finish at a competition against some of the country's best college teams.
Every Thursday since May 22, OSU has welcomed locals as well as OSU students, faculty and staff to its third annual Summer on the Plaza, which is held on OSU's Student Union plaza. With the last evening (June 26) of the series happening this week, the fun has only escalated as people have been brought together to enjoy various family-friendly activities in the heart of OSU's campus.
Music Graduate Featured in Boston Globe
Sarah Moyer, a 2009 Oklahoma State graduate with a bachelor's degree in music, was recently featured in a Boston Globe article, "Making a living on the competitive church-music circuit."
Student group was featured in a previous STATE article.
An effort to provided clean drinking water to more than 2,000 people in Honduras, which was detailed in STATE last fall, has landed a group Oklahoma State students a chance to participate in the
University's colors and logo are making appearances on the small screen.
America's Brightest Orange has recently made a few appearances on the small screen, including a recurring role on the top-rated television drama, CBS's NCIS starring Mark Harmon.
Magazine is lauded with a top award, again.
For the second year in a row, STATE has won a Gold Award at the annual conference of the Council for Advancement and Support of Education's Southwest District. Long name for a big award.
OSU more than $30 million through conservation efforts since 2007.
Oklahoma State University has saved more than $30 million through its energy conservation efforts since July 2007. STATE has profiled several of the efforts Oklahoma State has undertaken to exceed the goal it set for itself --