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Education students at OU walk out with teachers

April 11, 2018

Future teachers have been standing alongside those at the walkout to make a difference in the lives of their future students. Anna Smith, a senior at the University of Oklahoma who is majoring in elementary...

Churches host students during Oklahoma teacher walkout

April 4, 2018

Local churches in Oklahoma open their doors to elementary school students during the teacher walkout this week. Public schools across Oklahoma closed April 2-3 as teachers marched at the state capitol...

Oklahoma teachers travel to state Capitol to protest

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,...

Middle schoolers talk to OK rep. who disagreed with teacher walkout

April 3, 2018

Two Oklahoma middle schoolers attending the Oklahoma teacher walkout Monday morning at the Oklahoma State Capitol approached Rep. Bobby Cleveland to talk about his remarks that teachers “should...

Norman church helps community during teacher walkout

April 3, 2018

Students wait in line for a turn in the bounce house as volunteers supervise. (Photo by Alex Sigman) Journey Church has been holding “Have A Blast Days,” which offers daycare for parents at the...

Nostalgic Norman Business

May 10, 2017

Guestroom Records offers new and used vinyl albums to the Norman community. Collectors can find their favorite music from the 1970s or even a Taylor Swift album. The wide selection at Guestroom caters...

Norman staple threatened by ongoing local construction

Misal Bistro, located at 580 Ed Noble Parkway. The restaurant has suffered a serious customer loss since construction began on surrounding roads last year.
April 26, 2017

Extensive Norman construction projects are threatening the survival of a local restaurant that has brought Indian flavors to town for almost 40 years. Misal Bistro, located on Ed Noble Parkway between...

Penny Hill Moving Away from Lindsey St. Construction

April 23, 2017

Penny Hill Deli has served subs, soups and salads on West Lindsey Street since 1974. The store changed hands two times before Pamela and Gary Graham purchased it in 2003. Jaci, Gerritt, and Ayram are...

Residential Colleges Seek Residents

A rendering of Dunham College is displayed in front of the Residential Colleges building site. Headington College and Dunham College will stretch along Lindsey Street from Asp Avenue to Jenkins Avenue.
April 22, 2017

Students at the University of Oklahoma fail to be dazzled by the university’s new upperclassmen housing option and its promise of upscale accommodations and a devoted academic community. Deterred...

The Grind – Second Wind Coffee acts as campus hotspot for diverse community

April 21, 2017

Nestled on the West side of Buchanan Ave near Campus Corner, Second Wind Coffee House appears to be just like any other coffee shop. But the atmosphere inside the walls makes the small blue building stand...

New Club Rolls into OU

April 21, 2017

By: Lauren Linville The University of Oklahoma added a roller derby club to the long list of student organizations this past year. The club is a branch of the Oklahoma Victory Dolls Roller Derby team. Cheyenne...

Donut Shop Owner Perseveres Despite Tragedy

Dipti Patel stands behind the counter of her Donut King shop on Lindsey Street after the morning rush. She and her husband, Sanjay Patel, bought the shop in 1994, when it was a Dunkin’ Donuts franchise.  Megan Ross / The Daily
April 1, 2017

NORMAN, OKLAHOMA – The bell clangs as a customer pushes through the door. “What can I get you?” the woman behind the counter asks with a smile. The customer does not know that the woman’s husband...

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