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High School Students Face Life with COVID

April 12, 2021

In a normal year, high school students have a lot going on in their lives with schoolwork, jobs, and social stuff. But with the pandemic, there's a lot less of that going on and a lot more of quarantines...

The Native American Fight Against COVID

April 12, 2021

The impact of COVID on OU and the state of Oklahoma has been severe. Oklahoma consistently has been near the top of the list nationally when it comes to overall COVID cases and deaths. While every race...

OU Students Battle Isolation and Online Learning During COVID

April 12, 2021

At OU, the past year has been very different. The pandemic has created a whole new set of struggles, especially for freshman. They already had their senior year end on a down note with everything closed....

International Students vs. COVID

April 12, 2021

There's another group of OU students that are also struggling, but in entirely different ways. International students say COVID has been a roller coaster ride. Routes TV's Sergio Covarrubias talked to...

COVID Can’t Destroy Student’s Dreams

April 12, 2021

High school students have struggled with COVID, but no one more than seniors whose extracurricular activities were cut short when the pandemic started. Routes TV's Sierra Winters reports on one student...

Finding God in the Pandemic

April 12, 2021

If high school has been bad during the pandemic, some say middle school has been even tougher. Routes TV's Katie Smith caught up with an 8th grader who is turning to faith to help her through the crisis.

Arming Up During the Pandemic

April 12, 2021

With the fight against COVID going on for months, it just feels to some like the world is on fire. That uneasiness is leading some to take drastic measures and arm up. Routes TV's Emma White talked to...

Serving During COVID

April 12, 2021

Going to a restaurant during this pandemic has seemed like a luxury. But for many of the workers, instead it's like working in a landmine. Routes TV's Morgan Hammontree reports about server safety.

College Students Struggle with Costs During the Pandemic

April 12, 2021

If isolation and new ways of learning hasn't been enough for OU students, now they have a different fear: paying for education. COVID has slashed many families' incomes and has left students struggling...

Oklahoma teachers travel to state Capitol to protest

Josie Logsdon April 4, 2018

Public school teachers across Oklahoma made their way to the state Capitol by school bus to march for higher education funding early Monday morning. Teachers at Longfellow Middle School in Norman,...

David Massey serves student reporter/ editor Savannah Melher hot cocoa in the chilling wind. PHOTO: Brandon King

A taste of compassion

Brandon King April 4, 2018

In the early-morning darkness surrounding the Oklahoma State Capitol, the only lights visible are streetlights, blinking lights on circling helicopters, and a shack covered...

Kristi Wyatt, preparator and associate exhibition designer, and Christopher Mackie, assistant preparator, wrap a painting and prepare to place it in a cardboard container. The painting joined a collection of artwork that was sent to Dallas for conservation Monday.

Norman art museum crew aims for perfection

Sam Brown March 23, 2018

Brad Stevens gets asked what exactly his job is more often than he’d like. “When I tell people what I do, they’re like, ‘Well, what is that?’ So I always have to explain them what a preparator...

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