In the movements’ absence, others have yet to take their place.
My education and course options have suffered due to the loss of OU’s professors.
Community Food Initiatives brings fresh produce throughout the community, highlighting the importance and impact of healthy food options.
Post Perspectives: A month studying abroad helped me learn more about myself, that the American way of life isn’t the only oneBy Emma Dollenmayer | Jan. 25, 2022
Nothing could have prepared me for the surreal month I was about to experience.
Students took to College Green for a snowball fight and Jeff Hill to sled, but the story goes beyond a bit of simple fun.
As of Dec. 1, only 7,087 students have completed required anti-hazing training modules, Carly Leatherwood, a university spokesperson, said.
As of Nov. 30, the county has had 96 total deaths of people with COVID-19.
While 2021 threw us a slew of new challenges, we’ve all made it through 100% of our worst days.
OU students feel more comfortable with socialization after COVID-19 vaccinations administered in springBy Jillian Craig | Dec. 2, 2021
Freshmen, sophomores and juniors get a chance at a more normal college experience after a year and a half of virtual classes.
As COVID-19 restrictions have changed wildly from last January to now, members of student organizations look back at the many ways their clubs have changed and adapted over the course of the calendar year.
After just four months of preparation, Ohio’s fall 2021 season went much better than its previous spring schedule.
The two groups work separately and together to create events for students.