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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.

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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…

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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…

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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…

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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.

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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.

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Jackie Ross-Guerrero dedicates more time to helping animals than herself.

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Rappelling down the side of a building, Ann Hargis ended up lowering herself completely upside down before trying it again. This, among many other things, is part of her job as the First Cowgirl.

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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.