Starbucks will have another competitor for coffee lovers next month in Stillwater.
Six decades after being stripped of the opportunity because of her gender, OSU alum Wally Funk will finally take flight alongside Jeff Bezos in just one more week. She will join Bezos, his brother and the winner of the $28 million charity auction on July 20 aboard the New Shepherd rocket.
This summer OSU announced the opening of the nation's largest university-based pet therapy center coming this fall. The center will be an evolution of Pete’s Pet Posse and will be home to both Pete’s Pet Posse and the Ruff Riders, the group of student volunteers in the program. The center wi…
Have you ever rented out a study room at Edmon Low Library? Did you know that Creative Studios inside Edmon Low has its very own Virtual Reality Suites? Located on the first floor of Edmon Low in room 105, Creative Studios is equipped with some of the most useful and fun resources for studen…
OSU president Kayse Shrum hardly got any sleep last night.
Over the past couple months, the Theta Mu chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority has worked on a unique way to give back to the Oklahoma State University community. Their way of doing this was by creating OSU’s very first Blessings Box.
Since Oklahoma State’s All Sports Pass – a student ticket for yearlong entry to all sporting events – switched to virtual tickets in the fall of 2019, the OSU ticket office has been faced with a pressing issue.
In 2014, positioned in front of a desktop computer, Staff Sgt. Seth Duckworth concentrated on his online accounting test. He was about 7,500 miles east of Stillwater, at Fob Forward Operation Base Fenty in Jalalabad, Afghanistan. Outside, helicopters and airplanes flew by and soldiers marche…
As Burns Hargis sits in the same office he’s had for 13 years, he looks around and notices that everything has changed. He’s not referring to the $2.2 billion OSU has raised during his time or even the various buildings erected during his tenure.
OSU sophomore Ryder Bates had the “typical freshmen experience” yanked away from him last year.
Longtime Oklahoma State University professor Earl Mitchell, the university’s first Black tenured professor, died June 2 at his home in Stillwater after a battle with pancreatic cancer. He was 83.
Local companies are the experts of making a business flourish under the special circumstances that Oklahoma State University creates in Stillwater.
Oklahoma Statehas announced new changes and improvements to the Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion task force.
Dr. Johnny Stephens will serve as interim president of Oklahoma State University Center for Health Sciences effective July 1, announced OSU President Burns Hargis.
Christie Hawkins always knew she belonged at Oklahoma State.
As the state's first ever director of tourism, Lieutenant Governor Matt Pinnell has a good pulse on when people are coming to visit Oklahoma.
In the United States, debate rages on whether the minimum wage is a livable wage.
Tim McGraw is coming to Stillwater.
The mandated use of masks and social distancing will no longer be required at Oklahoma State University or at any OSU sponsored activity, according to press release. This change comes after the updated CDC guideline, allowing vaccinated citizens with a choice to wear a mask in most indoor settings.
Richard Desirey has counseled a bevy of traumatized people in his life, but there’s one type of experience that consistently nags at him.
After serving four presidents, Deb Lane’s experience told her that Burns Hargis would not be a good fit for the job in 2007.
Freeman Culver just wanted to fix North Greenwood Avenue.
Haley Crenshaw technically graduated from OSU in July 2020 with a degree in animal biotechnology.
For many years, Community Mentors’ (CM’s) positions have been stable, but budget cuts are changing the game.
With the spring semester coming to an end, Stillwater residents are questioning what is next for the town and what plans are in place moving forward. Stillwater Mayor Will Joyce has quite a few plans on the calendar for the summer of 2021.
“Every Cowboy Needs a Home,” reads the OSU ResLife website. Every Cowboy may not have a home on campus next semester as students continue to struggle to find available dorm rooms.
Student-led organizations want to hit the ground running with newly designated Oklahoma State University President, Dr. Kayse Shrum.
Before he was a state senator, Kevin Matthews used to own a dry cleaning store on Greenwood called Kevin’s Cleaners.
College professors at Oklahoma State University are allowed to decide whether or not to allow notes and other resources during testing. Professors have many things to consider when making this decision. Chemistry professor Allen Apblett does not allow any outside resources during tests.
Six universities lined 150,000 cardboard cows from San Francisco to the Sierra Mountains near the Nevada border, inspiring young David Kersnar to leave a legacy of collaboration and inclusion in the arts industry.
When Willie Sells was a 20-year-old kid, he would sneak down to the Bonneville Club on 120 N. Greenwood Ave. Now, almost 60 years later, that same building he used to slither into is home to his own business: Tee’s Barbershop.
Forty job applications and two interviews later, Emerson Williams is unsure what he will do after graduation.
The Institute of the Study of Free Enterprise (ISFE) is a campus organization which aims to “foster campus-wide discussion on issues related to value creation in society, competitive markets, economic freedom, personal liberty and human flourishing.”
Elizabeth Burks, senior in nutritional sciences, wants to be like Kasey Shrum.
Oklahoma State alumnus Rick Antle felt a call to action that day.
Next fall brings lots of hope for life on campus to go back to normal after three long and abnormal semesters.
Fred Jones can still recollect the entities of Greenwood he saw growing up in the late 1960s. Whether it’s his grandmother’s bread store, a pool hall or even the city dump, Jones remembers it all.
OSU students share their hopes and concerns for going back to ‘normal’ as classes are predicted to be packed in Fall 2021.
The Coalition for Advancing Digital Research and Education organization, or CADRE for short, is hosting a virtual conference this Wednesday 14 - Friday 16, with the goals of sharing “cutting edge data driven research tools and techniques for purposes of discussion and education,” within a di…
The “Incredibly Socially Distanced Mid South 2021” bike event brought community together and fueled local appreciation.
Growing up in Detroit, Keith Ewing’s dad would always flip to his go-to song: “You Dropped a Bomb on Me On Me” by a popular Michigan band named the Gap Band.
With the end of the semester fast approaching, students have been tasked with staying motivated and persevering through the long term. Losing spring break made the semester difficult.
Oklahoma has become an unlikely frontrunner in the race to get the country vaccinated against COVID-19. Earlier this week, the state became one of the first to offer the vaccine to anyone and everyone over the age of 16, even those who live out of state.