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Canada native leaves his career in the oil field to pursue an OSU MBA

Canada native leaves his career in the oil field to pursue an OSU MBA

Bill Pickering, a first-year student in Oklahoma State University’s Master of Business Administration program, holds three world records for conducting the largest dodgeball game ever played, and his talents don’t stop there.

A Climb to Remember – Our Fallen Heroes Honored at Oklahoma State University

A Climb to Remember – Our Fallen Heroes Honored at Oklahoma State University

Student firefighters stand guard over a field of flags on the lawn of the Edmon Low Library to remember those who gave their lives to save others on 9-11.

Oklahoma State University again recognized as a ‘Diversity Champion’

Oklahoma State University again recognized as a ‘Diversity Champion’

The commitment to creating a culture of inclusion at Oklahoma State University is again being nationally recognized. INSIGHT Into Diversity magazine, the oldest and largest diversity publication and website in higher education today, has recognized Oklahoma State University as a 2018 Higher Education Excellence in Diversity Award recipient and a 2018 Diversity Champion.

Moh’d Bilbeisi Named Among Top 25 Most Admired Educators in Architecture

Moh’d Bilbeisi Named Among Top 25 Most Admired Educators in Architecture

For the second time, DesignIntelligence has named Moh’d Bilbeisi among the top 25 Most Admired Educators in Architecture, Interiors and Landscape Architecture.

Sisters Kynzie and Kenna McNeill bring their skills to OSU Rodeo Team

Sisters Kynzie and Kenna McNeill bring their skills to OSU Rodeo Team

Two of the nation's premier intercollegiate rodeo competitors make it a family affair at Oklahoma State

Campus Preparations for August 30 Football

Campus Preparations for August 30 Football

Oklahoma State University kicks off the 2018 Cowboy Football season Thursday, August 30 when it plays host to Missouri State in Boone Pickens Stadium.

Dogs and Humans Gather on National Dog Day to Unveil a Statue and Garden Celebrating OSU’s Pet Therapy Program, Pete’s Pet Posse

Dogs and Humans Gather on National Dog Day to Unveil a Statue and Garden Celebrating OSU’s Pet Therapy Program, Pete’s Pet Posse

The fanfare of applause and wagging tails will officially mark the opening of the new Pete’s Pet Posse Celebration Garden near the library in the heart of the Oklahoma State University Stillwater campus on National Dog Day, August 26.

Cowboy Way

Cowboy Way

Lt. Curtis Burns is a bagpipe-playing police officer on OSU's campus.

Head & Heel

Head & Heel

Europe got an introduction to Cowboy wrestling in 1938

Trio Letter - Fall 2018

Trio Letter - Fall 2018

Change and growth are a vital part of Oklahoma State University, and there has been an abundance of progress made over the past few months.

President’s Letter

President’s Letter

We expect another exciting year at Oklahoma State University.

Campus News

Campus News

News and events from around campus

Give Orange

Give Orange

1,384 gifts in 1,890 minutes for OSU

Setting the Standard

Setting the Standard

OSU’s newest scholarship program recognizes Oklahoma’s best and brightest students

Coaching Outside the Lines

Coaching Outside the Lines

The Woods brothers continue to make an impact both on and off the football field

Grandparent University at OSU draws record attendance

Grandparent University at OSU draws record attendance

A total of 233 families from across the country took part in Grandparent University 2018 at Oklahoma State University last month.

Women’s Foundation of Oklahoma Funds College & University Campuses Supporting Single Mother Students

Women’s Foundation of Oklahoma Funds College & University Campuses Supporting Single Mother Students

  The Women’s Foundation of Oklahoma (WFO) – in their effort to create economic self-sufficiency for Oklahoma women and girls – has awarded a $4,000 grant to Oklahoma State University's Division of Student Affairs.

OSU receives leadership award from The Society for Diversity

OSU receives leadership award from The Society for Diversity

Oklahoma State University was honored with the 2018 Innovation + Inclusion Leadership Award from The Society for Diversity. Dr. Jovette Dew, assistant vice president for institutional diversity, accepted the award on behalf of OSU during the Diversity 4.0 Conference in June.

OSU Honors College students hooded at annual ceremony

OSU Honors College students hooded at annual ceremony

The Oklahoma State University Honors College presented its degrees and awards to 110 students during a hooding ceremony in May.

Special Olympics extra special for ‘family’ with major OSU ties

Special Olympics extra special for ‘family’ with major OSU ties

Special Olympics Summer Games are extra special for Olympian Matt Sitton; his mom, OSU Professor Shelly Sitton; his mom's cousin, OSU student Kane Kinion; and Matt's peer partner Braden, son of Chris Young, head coach of the OSU women's tennis team.

OSU’s Fire Protection Society builds space for equipment

OSU’s Fire Protection Society builds space for equipment

One of Oklahoma State University's oldest student organizations is working hard to improve their program by building a dedicated space to store their donated safety training equipment.

Personal challenges inspire personal training career

Personal challenges inspire personal training career

After battling depression and weight gain her freshman year, Oklahoma State University student Rachel Hester found the help and inspiration that made her career choice clear.

OSU Museum of Art to present textile works to explore the concept of layering

OSU Museum of Art to present textile works to explore the concept of layering

From archeological digs revealing the history of civilizations to contemplations on hidden meanings in novels, layers surround us in abstract and material ways. The “Layered Voices” exhibition, featuring the work of 23 artists in textiles that illustrate each artist’s interpretation of layers, will be on display at the OSU Museum of Art until Aug. 18.

Healthy Living

Healthy Living

First Cowgirl, Ann Hargis, addresses the Cowboy Family with a note on living healthy, which includes enjoying the arts and sustainability efforts.