Gaylord News

OU grad launches bridal gown line AVARI

Carly Robinson

December 11, 2018

CEO and Creative Director of AVARI Tiffany Nguyen stitches intricate lace and beading detail onto one of her signature dresses on July 15, 2017 at The Coop. The piece took two months to design, and stands as Nguyen’s favorite creation to date. Tiffany Nguyen launched her bridal gown line AVARI on No...

Sooner rover research preps for second round of testing

Sooner rover research preps for second round of testing

Victor Pozadas

September 29, 2018

A research team at the University of Oklahoma Aerospace and Mechanical Engineering Department is planning to have their mock space rover operational for their second of testing later this month. The team continually works to find efficient ways to remotely communicate with the rover with as little resources...

Sooner Racing Team prepares for meet in Texas

Sooner Racing Team prepares for meet in Texas

Carly Robinson

September 29, 2018

  The University of Oklahoma Sooner Racing Team will travel to Arlington, Texas, for the first time on Sept. 14 to test drive their car alongside other collegiate groups. The meet will serve as a collaborative resource event for attendees. “Any time we get to run the cars and be pulling data...

Boren’s Legacy Lives on in National Weather Center

The National Weather Center is located on David L. Boren Boulevard and includes an auditorium named after the President.

Matt Welsh

November 9, 2017

  David Boren’s announcement of his upcoming retirement as President of the University of Oklahoma has encouraged many to speculate on his legacy, but some say his most notable achievement is his contribution is the creation of the National Weather Center. Boren took office in 1994, after ...

Penny Hill Moving Away from Lindsey St. Construction

Grant Lucas

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 the three children of Pamela and Gary. The Graham children have been a driving force in the success of Penny ...

Integrity Council Wants to be a Resource, Not an Enemy

Joshua Callaway

April 22, 2017

This past week has been “Integrity Week,” put on by the University of Oklahoma Integrity Council. Through several events, the council is trying to make an effort to get their name out there, and also even change their image. “We believe that if the student population knows that we are here for them, the...

Local food truck owner supports family and shares culture through her craft

Laura Martinez (right) and  sister Dulce Martinez (left) prepare food for an order. Laura Martinez owns a taco food truck with her husband and has used her business as a means to support not only herself but her family as well.

Mary Smith

April 10, 2017

Early mornings, late nights, long days, close quarters and time spent working with family are some of the ingredients it takes to make the authentic Mexican food served at El Taco Loco six days a week. Owner Laura Martinez's dedication to serving the best and most fresh Mexican tacos, gorditas, burritos...

Venezuelan Food Hits Oklahoma

Lauren Linville

March 31, 2017

By: Lauren Linville Einar Perdomo left Venezuela in 2013 to escape the poor quality of life his homeland offered. He and his wife left everything in order to create a new life in Oklahoma. Perdomo first opened Amazonia Latin Flavors in Moore in 2015 to bring a taste of Venezuela to Oklahoma but later...

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