The butterfly way-station is expected to open in June and will host social justice workshops, short term rentals, hiking trails and camping spaces.
For years, OU’s Outdoor Pursuits program has focused on getting students outside and active, and the program is back and better than ever post-lockdown with hiking, canoeing and more.
With the implementation of their StepNpull hands-free foot door opener across campus, the winning team of the 5th ECO Challenge hopes to make OU a safer, more sustainable place.
The first female commander of a space shuttle paved a path for women in the space industry and is going to speak on leadership techniques this Tuesday.
The Nutrition Treatment program will provide free telehealth nutrition counseling to OU faculty, staff and students.
The new market features more than 20 vendors selling vintage jewelry, clothes, crafter items and more.
The community arts center finally reopened on Jan. 5, with a number of art classes and even a photo gallery planned for the public to visit this spring season.
Students and community members alike celebrated a socially-distant holiday season to protect friends and family.