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By now, we have all binged Netflix’s new original series, Bridgerton, and become obsessed with the Duke of Hastings, Daphne Bridgerton and the all-knowing Lady Whistledown. Naturally, we are drawn to this series because of its idealistic portrayal of the Regency era in London, but just how a…

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In early February, Elizabeth Segran, who works for Fast Company, wrote an article asking President Biden to appoint a fashion czar.

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“Something I thought was really cool, whenever I was looking for [a major], was that architecture was something that made a positive impact on the world and something that I could do to help people. You put a lot of work into something that manifests in a big way.

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“I’ve always loved working with children, and I just felt called to it, I guess. I want to help give back. All of my favorite people in my life have been teachers.

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When the spring season approaches, Easter inspiration can be seen through pastel colors, bunnies, and more; however, some of the best Easter inspirations are delicious…

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Oklahoma State University continues to be one of the few universities in the nation to offer an Austrian economics course, and will begin to teach Entrepreneurship in Society at the Spears School of Business.

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When looking for a place that captures the ideologies and images of thousands, a museum of modern art can provide viewers with new and entertaining pieces. Oklahoma State’s Museum of Art has served this purpose for its students and citizens across the state for nearly a decade. 

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An interior checkpoint created in 1994 in Brooks County, Texas, is the difference between life and death for upwards of 600 migrants each year. It is also the difference between the existence of a new documentary, Missing In Brooks County. 

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