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OKCPS feed students at over 100 sites

Nicole Nielsen April 4, 2018

  In the midst of the teacher walkout across the state, Oklahoma City Public Schools have been making sure no student goes hungry. Bus drivers and cafeteria staff from the district were sent to...

Two customers eat at the Campfire Grill on March 24 in Watauga, Texas.

A restaurant built off chance

Nicole Nielsen March 29, 2018

A restaurant in Watauga, Texas, has been dubbed a “mission fulfilled by God” by its co-owners, who met by chance, but had a common dream. Kareem Lawton and Pablo Resendez opened the Campfire Grill...

Those who are not able to find parking in the designated freshmen lots are able to park at the north side of Lloyd Noble Center for free.

OU parking puts students in danger

Nicole Nielsen March 6, 2018

Freshmen, who can’t find parking near their dorms, are being left stranded by the University of Oklahoma transportation system that shuts down at 11:30 p.m. Students who miss the last bus are forced...

Campus Corner parking lot to reimplement token system for general parking

Campus Corner parking lot to reimplement token system for general parking

Nicole Nielsen February 8, 2018

A Campus Corner parking has reimplemented its old token system to ensure that those who park are also paying customers. The lot, owned by a single landlord and rented to businesses nearby, asks customers...

OU students mull DACA

Nicole Nielsen September 12, 2017

Mitch McFerren, a senior sociology major, gives a short quote on the rights he believes children who were brought here have to stay. Juan Ramos, a senior environmental biology...

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