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Azerbaijan might not be a familiar country to many Americans aside from, perhaps, political junkies and geography buffs, but for Oklahoma State students it will soon feel much closer.

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The Student Government Association Senate elected a new SGA Supreme Court Justice in their final October meeting.

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Students gathered in circles in the neon-lit room, either sprawled out on bean bag chairs or couches, with the two therapy dogs in the middle.

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When most people think of Greek life they think of big houses, pomping, or parties, but there is another side of Greek life at OSU that isn't housed in the Greek neighborhood. It contributes to the community, leadership, service, and family that is OSU, and that side is the National Panhelle…

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The McKnight Center for the Performing Arts hosted Charles Norris’ senior flute recital as part of the center’s connection to the Michael and Anne Greenwood School of Music.

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Oklahoma State’s Flight Center was forced to cap its enrollment at 75 students after an enrollment class of 108 put the program well over its capacity.

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Baxter Black, also known as BB, is not an ordinary miniature horse.

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Julianne Thomison was crowned Miss OSU 2020 on Wednesday night. As a first-year graduate student in mass communications, Thomison competed in onstage interviews, a talent portion and an evening wear section where the participants introduced their running platform. Thomison sat down with the …

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In the shadow of a 60,000-seat football stadium lies the only other place on the Oklahoma State University campus that features the name of oil tycoon T. Boone Pickens.