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On Tuesday, the Oklahoma State Department of Health’s COVID-19 dashboard reported 388 active cases in Payne County, with 339 of those cases coming from Stillwater. No additional deaths were reported.

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Last week, Oklahoma State University administration said “no known cases have been linked to a classroom environment” in a response to the College of Arts and Sciences Faculty Council’s statement of immediate concerns. 

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After you’ve been swabbed and sent back home, what happens next? It’s a smaller journey than you would think. 

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On Aug. 5, a publication called the Nationalist Review posted an online article claiming that an Oklahoma State University employee had violated the Civil Rights Act of 1964.

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The stats and numbers are easy to find, but what about to someone who studies science in college?

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At first when asked, I was unsure about sharing my story with COVID-19. This topic has become very polarizing and political. Because of that I was unsure about whether people would even want to hear my experience.

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The O’Colly obtained a report that was sent to Oklahoma State University faculty and staff on Wednesday that addressed many questions about COVID-19 on campus this fall. The report contains details about the OSU council of dean’s meeting with local public health officials on July 31 and outl…

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Editor's note: the following is the obituary for beloved OSU professor Dr. Daniel Shipka. It was written by Steve Smethers, Director of the A.Q. Miller School of Journalism and Mass Communications at Kansas State University.Dr. Daniel G. Shipka died on Monday, July 27, 2020 after a tragic ba…

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Dr. Danny Shipka, a beloved professor at Oklahoma State's school of media and strategic communications, died Sunday.

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Oklahoma State University officials met Tuesday afternoon for a virtual town hall to discuss the concerns going into the fall semester and COVID-19. The event gave a great insight into what daily life in the fall semester will look like. It featured a general discussion of next semester as w…

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With its roots extending back to 1895, the O'Colly has covered World Wars, various presidents, the moon landing and one of the worst pandemics in history: the 1918 ‘Spanish Flu.’ 

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In 1949, Nancy Randolph Davis fought segregation to become the first black student to attend Oklahoma State University. 70 years later, black students are still fighting to receive an education that is equitable to that of their white peers.

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Once again, it’s time for the weekly fishing report! We at The O’Colly hope everyone had a safe and enjoyable Independence Day weekend, and found time to get at least one line in the water at one of our local lakes. Here’s our summary of what’s been biting where:

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Oklahoma State police chief Leon Jones has become a notable member of the OSU community in his years as chief. The O'Colly recently interviewed Jones to discuss the recent George Floyd killing, Black Lives Matter protests and other topics: