Oklahoma State University officials are planning for the future amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
A large, diverse crowd gathered on the Edmon Low Library lawn Saturday for the March for Black Lives Juneteenth celebration.
The OSU board of regents has approved the removal of the name "Murray" from both Murray Hall and North Murray Hall.
With Oklahoma State officials announcing that they will vote on removing the name "Murray" from Murray Hall on Friday, the question of a name replacement arises.
The Black Lives Matter movement has swept the nation. Protesters have filled the streets across America, each with the united goal to slay racism and end this unruly violence.
COVID-19 changed Oklahoma State University’s plans during the spring semester, and now these changes are extending to the fall as well.
The tragic killing of George Floyd on May 25 sparked many protests across the United States.
How a town’s leader responds in a time of crisis is crucial to the well-being of its citizens.
Oklahoma’s reopening brings forth a new set of anxieties for some residents-- and hotels are at the forefront of this. Is it safe to go in buildings? Will social distancing guidelines be followed? How proper will the sanitation be?
With the COVID-19 pandemic continuing and Oklahoma reopening, some residents might feel wary about returning to dine-in restaurants. The Oklahoma Restaurant Association (ORA) wants to eliminate this fear.
Oklahoma State’s Student Government Association has been in violation of multiple laws in the Oklahoma Open Meetings Act as well as its own bylaws for several years.
The coronavirus has sent the world into an economic crisis that has affected many members of the Oklahoma State University community. That’s why OSU is offering financial assistance to students through the Cowboy CARES Emergency Grant Fund.
April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month, and Oklahoma State University’s 1 is 2 Many program plans to observe it through a virtual Denim Day on April 29.
Oklahoma governor Kevin Stitt wants to reopen the state quickly-- but Stillwater isn't following suit.
Governor Kevin Stitt is focused on reopening businesses in Oklahoma.
As the blast of the fireworks echoed throughout the house, Christine Dryden handed another CBD treat to her terrified golden retriever.
On March 7, sophomore Kassandra Gaona was crowned Miss Hispanic/ Latino OSU 2020. Oklahoma State University hosts the annual scholarship pageant which provides a platform for Hispanic and Latino students to advocate for issues that affect their community. Gaona’s platform is foster care awar…
Oklahoma State University President Burns Hargis took to ZOOM on Thursday for a light-hearted Q&A with OSU students.
Oklahoma State University announced all summer classes have been moved online and all summer activities have either been canceled or will be held virtually.
Quarantined in her home on the outskirts of Rome, VOA Journalist Sabina Castelfranco Skyped O'Colly Editor in Chief Kayla Dunn to shed light on how the COVID pandemic is affecting Italy and could subsequently affect the United States. This Q&A is part two of two, answering questions Okl…
Truc Ngo recognizes it's impossible for people to erase what they have said, but it isn’t too late for them to consider other points of view.
In response to the global health crisis, Oklahoma State University decided to have a pass/no pass grading option for students who may be struggling.
Student Body President Kaitlyn Kirksey spoke about the university’s pass or no pass option and encouraged students to reach out to the university if they’re having trouble in their online classes during the Student Government Association’s regular Senate meeting held over Zoom on Wednesday.
Oklahoma State University emphasized in Monday’s Virtual Town Hall that it is doing its best to maintain normalcy as it transitions to online classes.
Amidst the COVID-19 pandemic, many top health organizations are encouraging simple messages: wash your hands, don’t touch your face, cough into your elbow and practice social distancing.
Amid growing fears surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic, Oklahoma State University has asked students to leave residence halls and gave students a 12-day period to move out.
The decision from Oklahoma State University to transition online for two weeks after spring break leaves international students concerned about the semester.
Students’ spring break plans might be more complicated than originally planned. Amid recent travel restrictions and Oklahoma State University’s decision to move classes online for the two weeks following spring break, students have more to navigate than previously expected.