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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.

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Schools, sporting events, workplaces and many other aspects of everyday life are closing left and right due to COVID-19.

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Concerning, stressful and relieving are just some of the words students used to describe Thursday morning after Oklahoma State University announced it will move to in-person classes online for two weeks after spring break because of the coronavirus.

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COVID-19, the disease caused by the novel coronavirus, has taken the whole world by storm and it seems that Oklahoma State could get caught in the middle.

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The Mr. and Miss Hispanic OSU pageant is Saturday. The O'Colly had the opportunity to sit down with Michelle Fierro, Miss Hispanic OSU 2019, to talk about her experience and the impact the position has had on her and her platform.

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Millennial and Gen Z generations will be the largest group of eligible voters in the 2020 election. Historically, the young adult vote has been lower than the adult vote, so the question for Super Tuesday is: will young adults and student voters in follow this trend?

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Oklahoma State University students are getting involved in the presidential campaigns of various candidates leading up to Super Tuesday.

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As fear of a coronavirus pandemic spreads around the world, Oklahoma State is preparing for a potential outbreak at home through heightened medical screenings and travel bans.

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Students going abroad for spring break can breathe a little easier; Oklahoma State University will not cancel all of its spring break study abroad programs, Randy Kluver said following an information gathering session Thursday.

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Coronaviruses are a family of viruses common to bats.The current strain is known as SARS-CoV-2.The virus is thought to spread through the droplets produced when a host coughs or sneezes. Whether the virus is spread by touch, either with an object or person with the virus, is being investigat…

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Invest in people instead of businesses, Daymond John said Tuesday night at the Wes Watkins Center.

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Amidst a push to make Oklahoma State University a more diverse and inclusive campus, the election of Caileb Booze as the Interfraternity Council’s first black president is seen as a win.

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Crime is no respecter of persons or, it seems, chickens, as 60 chicks were stolen from their cages at one of Oklahoma State’s poultry barns.

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Due to the rapid increase of students enrolling in the aviation and space program, OSU purchased and added five Cirrus SR20 aircraft to its existing fleet.

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Oklahoma State architecture students are designing new ways to rebuild a shelter used for Pivot, an organization to help kids in need of education and comfort.

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For OSU senior associate athletic director Kyle Waters, Feb. 3 started off as any other typical Monday. The air was brisk, he had to deal with OSU baseball’s approaching season opener and he was present in the usual Monday athletics meetings.

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A group of senators from the Student Government Association at Oklahoma State shuttled down to the Capitol to engage in conversations about the needs of higher education institutions with legislators Tuesday.

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College is hard enough, but imagine leading a campaign on top of it.