A student in OSU's Institute of Technology-Okmulgee’s High Voltage Lineman Program has settled his $2 million lawsuit against the university.
The impeachment trial launched on Jan. 21 in the Senate with a fight over how it would take place.
What is the proposed State Question about?
The Oklahoma Supreme Court convened Tuesday to hear oral arguments regarding the legality of proposed State Question 804.
The day was harsh and bitterly cold, but sunset brought a warmth only known to the people gathered in the name of Martin Luther King Jr.
With three weeks left in her term as Miss Black OSU, the O'Colly had the opportunity to talk with Aundrea Jackson about what being MBOSU has been like and what MLK Jr. Day means to her. Crowned MBOSU on Feb. 9, 2019, Jackson has had nearly a year to solidify her beliefs on activism and the p…
Kathy Essmiller looked down at the budget for the fine arts department at Oklahoma Christian School.
On a warm and breezy Saturday afternoon, 20 students from Oklahoma State University worked together to rake and pick up leaves that have fallen from the trees surrounding the Payne County Youth Shelter.
Just before the 20th century, Oklahoma received a significant Christmas gift.
Music has always been a part of the human experience. In the earliest days, it was sought out by men who made the first wind instruments from bones and drums from animal hide. Music is everywhere today, seeping out of car stereos, echoing through stadiums and playing in the background of eve…
The roads in Stillwater have been an ongoing issue, but after having appropriated $25.9 million for capital projects, including fixing roads, citizens are wondering where their money has gone.
One year ago, hospitality and tourism management senior Caroline Vitanza decided to apply to the Disney College Program.Though Vitanza was unsure of what her experience would be like, or if she had the skills to make it through the program, the Texas native took a leap of faith and applied.L…
There are a few disappointments Oklahoma State students experience in the fall: overcrowded parking lots, the inconsistency of Cowboy football and the odd Fall Break/Thanksgiving Break schedule.
Marcus Watson, a guard on the Oklahoma State men's basketball team, was due in court Tuesday regarding a protective order that was filed against him last month. However, in a document obtained by the O'Colly from the Payne County Court Clerk's office, Watson's attorney filed a motion of cont…
OSU Queers and Allies, in honor of Transgender Awareness Week, wanted to inform transgender students of the resources for them in the panel titled Pink, White, Blue and You: A Trans Advocacy Panel.
Edmon Low Library is a centerpiece at Oklahoma State University's campus. Through the years major changes have been made to make the library a better environment for students. Sheila Grant Johnson, dean of libraries, was a major advocate in improving the library to serve the students during …
The Student Union Activities Board hosts events for students on an almost weekly basis.
For an Oklahoman town of its size, it’s fascinating how many people from all over the world with different cultures and backgrounds call Stillwater home, at least for the next four years.
Oklahoma State University’s 1is2many is collaborating with Thrifty Butterfly Boutique and the Merchandising and Apparel Design Association to unveil their upcoming exhibit, “What Were You Wearing".
Growing up in Long Island, New York, Andrew Parker had a passion for music at a young age.
November is more than cooler weather, thanksgiving, and the precursor to finals; November is time to celebrate Native American Indian Heritage Month.
David Boren has all but disappeared from the University of Oklahoma.
When most people think of Greek life they think of big houses, pomping, or parties, but there is another side of Greek life at OSU that isn't housed in the Greek neighborhood. It contributes to the community, leadership, service, and family that is OSU, and that side is the National Panhelle…
Marcus Watson, a freshman on the Oklahoma State men’s basketball team, was suspended last week after a protective order was filed against him.
Every semester, Phi Delta Theta has a philanthropy event. However, this semester’s philanthropy event was a little different.
A small band of reporters restlessly awaited her arrival. Chairs awkwardly shuffled from movement, cell phones habitually remained clutched by all, and were frequently checked to see if time had moved.
For Oklahoma State University alumnus Fred Gutierrez, homecoming brings back memories of new beginnings and old friendships.