“Long story short, I fly planes and hope to continue flying planes till I am forced to retire. I am an aerospace administration operation with the professional pilot concentration. [I have not known that I wanted that be my field] for very long actually. I first became interested in it proba…

Being snowed in in college is a unique experience and you will see the true colors of your roommate and you will see yours. There will not be a lot of opportunities in one life to be locked in with their buddies, class canceled, and all the time in the world, so here are 5 things to do while…

“Long story short, I fly planes and hope to continue flying planes till I am forced to retire. I am an aerospace administration operation with the professional pilot concentration. [I have not known that I wanted that be my field] for very long actually. I first became interested in it proba…

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One month out of high school I said “yes” to the biggest decision of my life. 

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“The Story of My Story” is a heart-warming account of a friendship that ended too soon. Written by Oklahoma State University and O’Colly alumni Dekota Gregory, Gregory shares the legacy of his best friend Brandon Cavazos who died suddenly during their junior year at OSU. Gregory’s tale inclu…

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College is both fun and transformative experience for students all across the world. However, at the end of the day, college students are in college to study and get a degree. 

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Now that the spring semester has kicked into gear, Oklahoma State Panhellenic Council has opened up their Continuous Open Bidding process for spring 2021 and continuously proves that life must go on during a pandemic. 

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Just as we were beginning to think the outside world was unattainable and distant due to the pandemic, it appeared at our university’s doorstep instead. 

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Those searching for the Human Sciences building at the start of this new semester won’t find it by that name any longer.

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The clock hits midnight and everyone is ready for their “new year, new me” resolutions. However, the goals are always the same: workout more, eat better, change this, change that, blah, blah blah. 

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Marseille, France; Matt Damon; and Stillwater, Oklahoma: an unlikely trio of people and places that are coming together to make what could be an Academy Award-winning movie. 

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“I am a first-generation college student. Neither of my parents went to college, and actually only one of them graduated high school, so it’s definitely been something that I have had to work through and know I am going to fail some things but am going to have to bounce back because I still …

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Thanks to donors, Oklahoma State University can afford to continually create more facilities and improve the campus. And building those relationships with donors while helping support the OSU campus as a whole is the OSU Student Foundation or StuFu.

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The light of democracy shines bright above the United States as Oklahoma State students and staff share their opinions and experiences on exercising their right to vote. 

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There is a ghost in Edmond Low Library, according to a string of reports from 1926 to now recorded by the library. 

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Oklahoma State University adapted and overcame with a new event to fill in the Homecoming sized hole this fall: Pokes Palooza.

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