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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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Kayse Shrum set up the first Native American medical school in the country, secured a $197.5 million investment from Purdue Pharma to pay for the National Center for Wellness and Recovery and became Oklahoma’s first secretary of science.

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Asian students at Oklahoma State have felt the sting of racism this past year amid COVID-19 but were encourage by university President Burns Hargis’ statement denouncing hate and intolerance following the recent mass shooting in Georgia.

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The mob attack on the Capitol on Jan. 6 has caused many people to consider whether President Trump should be removed from office. The O'Colly asked two Oklahoma State students from both political parties this question: Should the 25th amendment be used to remove Trump from office even though…

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As millions of people receive the COVID-19 vaccine worldwide, students and faculty at Oklahoma State University are growing curious as to what the university’s distribution plans are. In a recent email sent to all faculty members, OSU provided clarity on some of the unknowns. Here are three …

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A large Pro-Trump mob entered the U.S. Capitol building on Wednesday, which caused members of Congress to evacuate while they were certifying the results of the 2020 presidential election.

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The COVID vaccine, a new president for the country and university, success on the field and fans in the stands. After dealing with a hellacious 365 days, the OSU community is ready for all that’s coming in 2021. Here are the 21 stories OSU can look forward to in 2021:

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Wreaths Across America, a national nonprofit committed to remembering United States veterans during the holiday season, reaches all corners of the country. This includes Stillwater. The  organization began in December of 1992 with a wreath maker named Morrill Worcester.