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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:

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Oklahoma State University will begin the process of reopening its campuses June 1 and will have in-person classes in the fall, President Burns Hargis announced Friday.

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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.

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Oklahoma State University is considering how to extend the probationary period for tenure-track faculty by one year, an email sent to all faculty said.

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Oklahoma State University students have longer to decide if they want to remain in their courses this semester as the COVID-19 setback resulted in the date to drop classes moving to Friday.

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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.

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Because of the coronavirus pandemic and transition to online classes, seniors at Oklahoma State University now have to complete their “lasts” remotely until the delayed graduation ceremony in December.

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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…

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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…

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Zoom, Skype and Canvas are the new classrooms for college students amid Covid-19. This may be what classes look like for many students well after the quarantine is over.

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The Office of the Provost announced Monday the details for the "pass/ no pass" grading option Oklahoma State is offering to students for the spring 2020 semester in light of the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Oklahoma State's President Burns Hargis announced Friday that graduation for the Spring 2020 semester will be postponed until Dec. 11 and Dec. 12.

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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.

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Following a month of rapid changes for OSU students and staff, it has become increasingly clear that COVID-19 will not be going anywhere without a fight, a fight that Oklahoma State will be joining.

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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.

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Oklahoma State University already made many changes Thursday with its announcement to move classes online for the two weeks after spring break due to the COVID-19 pandemic, but now the school is doing even more.

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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.