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Moving On Up

Spring at Oklahoma State University

Top rankings recognize quality and value of OSU programs

 

Breakthrough produces better peanut

Peanut Field

Breakthrough produces better nut

USDA researchers partner with OSU to develop a Spanish peanut that's good for heart health

Story by Faith Kelley

New Veterinary Facility Opens at OSU

Gaylord Tour of Vet Med Equine Center

Gaylord Center for Excellence in Equine Health Opens at Veterinary Medical Hospital

Multipurpose facility enhances care of horses from birth to retirement

Story by Derinda Blakeney

Oral History: O-State Stories

Oral history of the Student Union's mission.

 

Ruling the Rodeo

OSU junior makes royalty dreams come true as Miss Rodeo Oklahoma 2016

By Beth Theis

Influential Figures

These eight women have been tremendous influences on Oklahoma State University over the past 10 years. This representation of the many influential figures helping the university includes Anne Greenwood, Kayse Shrum, Ann Hargis, Pamela Fry, Susan Jacques, Amy Mitchell, Natalie Shirley and Helen Hodges.
(PHOTO / PHIL SHOCKLEY)

 

By Jacob Longan

Bear Research in Oklahoma

 
OSU researchers investigate rising black bear population in Oklahoma 
By Sean Hubbard

Blazing Trails

Jessie Thatcher Bost (1875-1963)
 

Oklahoma Agricultural and Mechanical College President Bennett called Bost the state's "first woman of education"

Meandering Path

 

Labyrinths benefit mental and physical health

By Adrianna Cunningham

Miss Oklahoma Triana Browne-Hearrell

 

Bridging the Great Cultural Divide

. . . one conversation at a time