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Tag: University of Oklahoma

College and University Students Feel Impact of Hurricane Ida

Hurricane Ida made landfall on Sunday in Port Fourchon, Louisiana, at a maximum wind speed of 150mph, making it the fifth-strongest hurricane to hit...

Universities Join Forces for Special Education PhD Program

The University of Arkansas (U of A) and the University of Oklahoma (OU) have joined forces to improve education-to-employment transition services for young people...

University of Oklahoma Students Demand Action Following Blackface Videos

Students at the University of Oklahoma (OU) presented university officials with a list of demands after two videos showing people in blackface on campus...

University of Oklahoma Diversity Officer Resigns, Claims He Was Forced Out

Jabar Shumate, former vice president of the Office of University Community at the University of Oklahoma (OU), says he was forced to resign from...

The Mizzou Effect: Some Colleges Struggle to Recover from Protests Sparked...

A 35 percent decrease in freshman enrollment over the span of two years. Millions of dollars in lost revenue. Hundreds of job cuts. And...

Constructing a Better System

 Sustainable Change Takes Time to Develop To some observers, the student protests that swept the country over the past year — spurred by events at...