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Family brings Guatemalan food, coffee to Oklahoma City

Family brings Guatemalan food, coffee to Oklahoma City
November 17, 2018

A mother and son have transformed an old tire shop in Oklahoma City into a Latin American fusion restaurant, which loyal customers sometimes wait four hours on weekends to get into. When Veronica Del...

Landscaping to lose almost half of vehicles

Landscaping to lose almost half of vehicles
November 7, 2018

The University of Oklahoma landscaping department will give up around 25 of its vehicles due to a new budget initiative by OU president James Gallogly.  Getting rid of extra vehicles on campus could...

OU landscaping department to replace diseased roses

University of Oklahoma landscaping specialist Tammie Mitchell stands in front of surviving roses in the Gaylord courtyard on Sept. 10. Many of OU campus roses have been killed by a virus called Rose Rosette or witches’ broom.
September 22, 2018

Rose bushes are being killed by a rose disease around the University of Oklahoma Norman Campus, leaving the landscaping department with the expensive task of replacing them. Known as witches’ broom...

OU Students Share Their Opinions About DACA

Alex Land shares her opinion on DACA on Sept. 11, 2017. On Sept. 5, the Trump administration announced it would be rescinding the DACA program.
September 11, 2017

by Molly Kruse and Taitum Wilson   DACA, or Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, was instituted in 2012 by the Obama administration. Since then, nearly 790,000 undocumented immigrants, often...

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