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International student enrollment declining at universities

Robert Bob Okello, junior from Uganda and president of The United World, sits outside of Cate Center and discusses his views on the declining number of international student enrollments at The University of Oklahoma.

Michelle Velasco

December 1, 2017

The education industry has been challenged with a decline in the number of international students enrolled in universities since the beginning of the fall semester, which is due to President Donald Trump’s new immigration policies. The Institute of International Education reported that the number...

Clothing store fits all sizes.

Michelle Velasco

November 15, 2017

An Oklahoma fashion designer has been empowering women and improving their body image by creating specially-designed clothes. Jobeth Solis has opened The Joraffe, a clothing store in Clinton, Oklahoma. Solis came up with the name Joraffe from one of her friends, who used it as her nickname. For Solis...

Diversity Fair spreads social awareness at OU

Diversity Fair spreads social awareness at OU

Michelle Velasco

October 19, 2017

  Social work students hosted the Diversity Fair on The University of Oklahoma’s main campus last week. Social work students encouraged others to participate and discussed a variety of social issues in the United States on Oct.12 at OU. “The Diversity Fair is put on by the school of soci...

A Sooner abroad

Michelle Velasco

September 20, 2017

    The University of Oklahoma engineering program is recognized nationally, but recently word of the program extended internationally, and Oklahoma receives more international students ready to participate in the engineering program at OU every semester. This fall semester, OU is seeing...

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