After 51 years of service to Oklahoma, David Boren announces his plan to retire. The college president, former U.S. senator and governor leaves behind a legacy of a true statesman.
CFN looks back on 2016 and makes predictions about what Okies will get up to in 2017.
University of Oklahoma students protested after what they felt was an inadequate response to sexual assault at the university.
Warming to reality In dismissing global warming and environmental concerns as the imaginary theories of hysterics (Opinion, Letters to the Editor, “Chicken Little dunces,” Sept. 28, Oklahoma Gazette), Mickey McVay has summarized the perspectives of the fossil fuel industry and America’s Republican Party. The Republican Party platform extols coal, oil and gas production for…
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State Question 779 would utilize a 1 percent sales tax to fund the Education Improvement Fund.
Arts students work with industry professionals and train in their craft at Quartz Mountain Resort as part of Oklahoma Summer Arts Institute.
The state budget crisis and its effect on the state of education in Oklahoma could benefit from Boren’s investment idea.
“We have waited and waited for our government to do something, and that hasn’t happened,” Flores said.
The Seeds of Hope banquet honors volunteers who assist students in first through sixth grades.