Here's what you need to know for Wednesday, April 5, 2017:
- Professor Andrew Escobedo has requested a faculty hearing regarding his possible dismissal. (The Post)
- Vinton County is getting its first supermarket in three years. (The Post)
The results are in: The Green Light ticket will take the reins of OU’s Student Senate.
The ticket won 34 of 39 possible seats. Landen Lama will serve as president, Nicole Schneider as vice president and Zach Woods as treasurer. Green Light’s campaign focused on increasing transparency and collaboration in OU’s student government.
The results of the election were announced last night in the Bobcat Student Lounge. A total of 2,202 students voted in this year's election. That's up from 2,097 students last year.
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Partly cloudy, no precipitation and a high of 72 degrees. (Courtesy of Scalia Lab)
Scores and Game Times
Baseball beat Dayton last night. (The Post)
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The Islamic State thinks the U.S. is “being run by an idiot.” (CNBC)
North Korea fired a possible ballistic missile into the Sea of Japan early Wednesday morning. (CNN)