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2017 Something New: Something Old

    I viewed the original manuscript typed by Dr. Angie Debo for And Still the Waters Run at the OSU library this week.  It was her most controversial book and almost not published because of the content. 305 more words

Plan B comes to an end..

As much as we all love a good vacation, we look forward to it, plan it, and love when it happens, all too soon the day comes when you have to go home. 1,109 more words

Weather

Reagan Tokes Act proposed for Ohio criminal justice reform

COLUMBUS (WCMH) — Eddie Slade says when he was released from prison the first time, he was unprepared to re-enter society. He says his prison mentality took over when a man came at him with a crowbar and he stabbed the man to death. 367 more words

News

Throwback Thursday: HOCO @ OSU

Hiya friends!

A short time ago, I attended the university that has the “greatest homecoming celebration in America!” Let me tell ya…it surpasses your expectations! I’ve never felt more school pride than homecoming week at Oklahoma State University. 402 more words

Oregon Coast Scientists: Bad News About Invasive Species and Increased Plastics

A new study by Hatfield Marine Science Center / Oregon State University scientists indicates a troubling future for the Oregon coast and invasive species, along with unsettling revelations on how all this links to plastics in the ocean as well as climate change. 12 more words

Climate Change

WAVES...Born at OSU



Today in History, October 9: 1942 – The Navy’s first WAVES (Women Accepted for Volunteer Emergency Service) begin school in Stillwater, Oklahoma. That should make us proud. 36 more words