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There is no Planet B: Oklahomans March for Science

There is no Planet B: Oklahomans March for Science

Amina Switzer

April 23, 2017

"Hey ho, ho hey, don't defund the EPA! Hey ho, ho hey, don't defund the EPA!" The chant rang out over the crowd. People young and old waved signs and posters. Dogs weaved in and out of the group, eagerly pulling on their leashes. Excited children ran ahead of their parents. The march was underway. T...

Taiwanese Shop Owner Gets a Second Chance

The Cafe Oasis menu sits on the counter in front of the register.

Amina Switzer

March 31, 2017

The American dream doesn’t always work out perfectly on the first try. An Oklahoma City restaurant owner learned this the hard way; after immigrating to the United States, she took her lifelong love of poker too far and lost everything. PeiDi Tao came to the U.S. from Taiwan at 20 years old after...

OU Offers One-Day Engineering Workshop for Middle School Women

Participants listen to guest speaker in a classroom at the ExxonMobil Lawerence G. Rawl Engineering Facility.

Amina Switzer

February 24, 2017

  Middle schoolers don’t often get the chance to spend the day in a world-class engineering facility learning alongside college students, but last Friday, some Oklahoma students got that unique opportunity. Gallogly College held its now bi-annual event on Friday for middle school girls to participate...

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