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An art exhibition and book give glimpses into the lives that once filled a now abandoned Oklahoma town

An art exhibition and book give glimpses into the lives that once filled a now abandoned Oklahoma town

Pincher, Okalhoma: Catastrophe, Memory, and Trauma runs through Sept. 10 at Fred Jones Jr. Museum of Art in Norman.

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Warrior-Scholar Project hosts an academic boot camp at OU

“When you’re a first-generation college student, that distinction is not so clear,” Ellington said of the choice between for-profit colleges and accredited institutions like OU.

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Food Briefs: Instacart, The Porch, Eats on 8th & Harvey and more

Instacart arrives, The Porch plans opening on Campus Corner, Eats on 8th & Harvey returns, Belle Kitchen holds summer cooking camp and Guyutes serves up food at Cock O’ the Walk.

Ian Okuden stands with his invention, called B.R.I.D.G.E. in his garage in Yukon, Okla. on Tuesday, May 23, 2017. The invention is intended to reduce implicit biases, specifically in law enforcement. (Cara Johnson).

Oklahoma inventor seeks to reduce bias

Ian Okuden’s BRIDGE simulator reveals hidden prejudice and bias, enabling people to assess their perception.

August Rivera, Executive Director at Eagle Ridge Institute, Monday, Feb. 27, 2017.  (Garett Fisbeck)

Addiction poses threat to Oklahoma teens

The health department and local officials and organizations help teens struggling with addiction through programs and prevention tactics.

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Fred Jones Jr. Museum of Art shows off its print holdings in The Cultivated Connoisseur

The bequest came from former director Eric Lee, who requested the prints from Creighton Gilbert, his former teacher.

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