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Global Brigaders raise money for medical relief

President Avery Brant passes out t-shirts to members of the medical Global Brigades on the eve of their fundraiser Crimson and Caffeine, Wednesday, Nov. 29.

Tori Johnson

December 1, 2017

An Oklahoma student-led group held Crimson and Caffeine Thursday, Nov. 30 as a fundraiser for an upcoming medical trip on. According to the Honduras Global Brigade’s co-president, Avery Brant, about 200 people came out to support their trips to Honduras and Nicaragua. Last year the Global Brigaders ...

Happy Nails

Happy Nails

Tori Johnson

November 3, 2017

Starting over is never easy and doing it in a completely different country does not make it any easier. “At first it was very hard, you know because I don’t speak English. So I when I do nails I learn a lot from my customers. I went back to school to learn how to speak English,” said Kevin Le. ...

Oklahoma meteorology students give back to those affected by severe weather

Members of SCAN held their monthly officer meeting Tuesday at the National Weather Center in Norman to discuss money raised for hurricane relief days before the donation’s deadline.

Tori Johnson

October 16, 2017

Oklahoma meteorology students wanted to do more than study the recent hurricanes that have devastated parts of the nation. Three student-led organizations raised thousands of dollars in less than a month to donate to local charities in those areas. Groups within the the University of Oklahoma’s College of ...


Emergency employees became meteorology students for the week to better their preparation in severe weather situations.

Tori Johnson

September 15, 2017

NORMAN--A state-funded safety management program teaches those eligible the logistics of weather to prepare rescue teams sent to Houston, Florida or other places where natural disasters have occurred. OK-First welcomed emergency management employees from across the state to the University of Oklahoma this...

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