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Two OSU Cowboys make the papers at home and abroad.
Recently two high-profile Cowboys featured in different editions of STATE have been making the news in Oklahoma and abroad -- Jacque Secondine Hensley and Subhash Kak.
STATE's most-read stories of 2013
Everybody does a list at the end of the year. It's almost expected. So, we offer our 2013 most-read online stories.
OSU's Vegas Steak 'Discovery'
In fall 2012, STATE magazine brought you a story on OSU's work with a meat scientist and culinary mastermind to develop the Vegas Steak.
A few offerings from STATE before this weekend's showdown
The Big 12 Championship and bragging rights hang in the balance this weekend when the Cowboys face OU. We thought STATE could help get you fired up with a few football and school pride related photos and stories. How about starting off with a little Alma Mater music and 2013 Homecoming photos from the most recent edition of STATE?
Work of OSU physicists helps confirm the theory of Nobel Prize winners.
New document sheds light on how an alumnus helped avert nuclear disaster.
Earlier this spring, STATE magazine brought you the story of OSU alumnus Jack ReVelle and how he helped save America from nuclear disaster in "Jack and the Demon C
Dear Readers, The results are in, and it appears you like what you see and read in STATE. According to a recently concluded OSU Alumni Association survey of life and annual members, STATE is getting your attention.
China: Lost/Found, photography by Ka Chuen Yeung opens academic year.
The first exhibition of the academic year at OSU's Gardiner Gallery will be CHINA: Lost/Found, Photography by Ka Chuen Yeung.  from August 19 through September 27, 2013. In conjunction with the exhibition, which will run from August 19 to September 27, an artist lecture, gallery talk, film series and artist workshop will be offered to the public.
Grand Award for given for story on alumni's search for relative long considered lost at sea.
As I've said before, we're not in the business to win awards, but we'll take them if they're handing them out. A former editor first gave me that line. And what was just handed out to STATE was the 2013 Grand Award for Full-Length Featuring Writing by the Oklahoma College Public Relations Association.
OSU expert talks about disaster recovery and how people can help.
An OSU disaster expert called on the public to resist donating items such as clothing and canned food to Moore tornado victims, saying money is most useful, while also urging the government to require schools install below ground tornado shelters.