Two Oklahoma State students walked into Willies Saloon, where stale cigarette smoke hung in the air, equipped with face coverings and social distancing in mind.
Oklahoma State seniors will end the college chapter of their lives not in Gallagher-Iba Arena surrounded by close friends and family, but alone in their bedrooms.
The fall 2020 commencement ceremony will be held virtually, Oklahoma State President Burns Hargis announced in a statement to OSU students and Faculty.
After the passing of supreme court justice Ruth Badger Ginsburg, the question arose: should President Donald Trump elect a new Supreme Court justice before the presidential election? The O’Colly obtained statements from members who have been involved in College Republicans and College Democr…
To better screen for COVID-19, Oklahoma State University announced voluntary temperature check stations on campus in a press release last week.
Last Friday, the Environmental Protection Agency awarded Oklahoma State University and six other universities $6.5 million in funding to study the harmful growth of algae across the country.
Oklahoma State University alumnus Dr. John Hendrix always had an eye for history.
With only 31 confirmed animal cases of COVID-19 in the United States, pets are at a higher risk for neglect and abandonment than disease during this pandemic.
Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s list of accomplishments as a Supreme Court Justice is all but short and began in Stillwater, Oklahoma.
The Oklahoma State Health Department reported its fourth COVID-19 death in Stillwater on Friday.
An Oklahoma State University student and member of the rodeo team died Thursday from injuries he suffered while competing in a rodeo event.
Trevor Rzeszutko sits in his Hampton Inn room, 103 degree fever, suitcase disorganized, comfortable beds and a non-working ethernet port.
Stillwater Mayor Will Joyce carries a power title, yet can’t even claim an office in city hall.
American Airlines is back after what Stillwater Mayor Will Joyce called ‘the high point of his stressful time during the pandemic.’
Blame it all on its roots.
Oklahoma State University alumna Rebecca Thapa had finished her morning assignments early that day.
After 36 years of service, Stillwater Fire Chief Tom Bradley announced his retirement last week, according to a Stillwater press release.
The O’Colly has obtained a copy of a statement issued by OSU’s College of Arts and Sciences Faculty Council, recommending changes in the university’s approach to COVID-19.
Stillwater has made national headlines once again because of its current COVID-19 situation.
Two weeks after the most recent emergency declaration was announced, three Stillwater bar owners are taking advantage of the option to implement outdoor seating.
Gov. Kevin Stitt, and several other prominent state officials, gathered at the McKnight Center on Tuesday morning for a COVID-19 update and press conference.
Oklahoma State University president Burns Hargis has announced his commitment to increase inclusion and diversity efforts at OSU.
Dr. Thad Leffingwell is a clinical health psychologist and professor at Oklahoma State University. In his years at OSU, he’s worked his way up to being the head of the psychology department. The O’Colly interviewed Leffingwell about the psychology behind the decisions to not wear masks, and …
At their Monday night meeting, Stillwater City Council members donned their masks to discuss the spread of COVID-19 in the community, and conduct other business.
On Monday, August 24th, a large group of Oklahoma State University students gathered for a march across campus with hopes to continue a long overdue conversation about the advancement of racial equity in the OSU community.
On Wednesday, Mayor William Joyce declared a state of emergency for Stillwater requiring bars to only serve patrons that are seated and to maintain a maximum occupancy of 50% capacity.