Dr. Kayse Shrum’s eyes lit up and her voice had even more confidence than usual.
The Stillwater City Council advanced an ordinance to extend the citywide mask mandate to Feb. 28 following significant spikes of Covid-19 cases throughout Stillwater. There are currently over 400 active cases in Stillwater, according to the Oklahoma State Department of Health.
It’s Bedlam week in Oklahoma and while the Cowboys and Sooners are opponents on the field, they’re allies in slowing the spread of COVID-19.
Brayden Arentrout is ready to go home, but first, she’s going to get tested for COVID-19.
The Stillwater City Council members gathered in person on Monday at the Stillwater Community Center.
Oklahoma Governor Kevin Stitt is implementing many new regulations to help reduce the spread of COVID-19.
The Oklahoma State Ethics Bowl club earned first and fifth place at a virtual debate-style competition hosted by St. Mary’s University with 16 other regional teams Saturday.
All 77 Oklahoma counties voted for President Trump to be reelected, but Vice President Joseph R. Biden was announced as president-elect by The Associated Press on Saturday.
Collett Campbell could not bring herself to do it.
Assuming mental health is only a student issue would be a mistake, Chief Wellness Officer Todd Misener said in Tuesday’s Faculty Council meeting.
Kamala Harris etched her place in history as the first woman, African American, and graduate of a historically Black college to be elected vice president of the United States. Some Oklahoma State University students view her election as an overdue milestone welcoming more possibilities of ho…
Rarely are the results of the presidential election not declared on or shortly after election night, but 2020 is hardly a year of normality.
Most Americans are thinking one question in a time where the world seems frozen, what’s next?
Jared Eberle has a clear image of who he wants the next university president to look like.
Being the university president comes with tough decisions. Oklahoma State President Burns Hargis knows this all too well.
As election results continue to unfold, people’s fear of election-related unrest continues to rise, but Oklahoma State University is prepared for events following Election Day.
Both State Questions on the ballot in Oklahoma have failed, according to the Associated Press.
Oklahoma State University President Burns Hargis has been around politics for many years. In 1990, he was a candidate for the Republican nomination for Governor of Oklahoma and, despite it not being a political role, has served as OSU president since 2007. The O’Colly spoke with Hargis on Mo…
Eighty percent of respondents to a survey conducted by multimedia journalism students at OSU are registered to vote. Eighty-eight percent of them will be voting in the 2020 presidential election.
Today is election day. As voters head to the polls, here is a breakdown of both presidential candidates’ stances on contentious issues from their respective website.
The year 2020 has been full of many disappointments caused by the COVID-19 pandemic sweeping the earth.
With so much uncertainty in the upcoming US presidential election, the O’Colly reached out to faculty within the Oklahoma State University Department of Political Science asking them to predict the winning candidate.
When Jillian Montemayor, a high school senior from Dallas first visited Oklahoma State on March 11, the day before campus shut down, and it brought her to tears.
In an age of growing tension and divide in America, two Oklahoma State professors are investigating how to hold better discussions between those who disagree socially, politically and morally.
With a United States presidential election next week, the issue of gun rights is prevalent. The O’Colly received statements from members in College Republicans and College Democrats who shared their opinions on which candidate offers the most ethical/logical solution for gun rights: