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Sports in the COVID Era

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By Stephen Hunt and Mary Willa Allen The Life of a Student Athlete Collegiate student athletes are creatures of habit, with lives featuring rigid in-season schedules on top of classes, meetings, study halls, practices and games. 

Football, soccer and rodeo

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College football season begins with home games for the University of Oklahoma, Oklahoma State University and the University of Tulsa. The Sooners began the season at the Gaylord Family Oklahoma Memorial Stadium in Norman on Aug. 31 against the Houston Cougars. OU takes on South Dakota on Sept. 7 and Texas Tech on Sept. 28. OSU plays McNeese State on...

Destined for Distinction

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Sahanya Bhaktaram Casady School Will attend Vanderbilt University Intended major: Communications. By getting this degree, I would have an avenue to pursue either public relations or journalism, both of which I am interested in. Biggest influences: My parents. My dad instilled in me the value of hard work and my mom has taught me to put my plans into action. I was never...

A Tour of Higher Education

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Oklahoma students speak about a liberal-arts education Often bypassed by thousands of aspiring seniors in Oklahoma high schools are small liberal-arts colleges nearby. While the vast majority of in-state, college-bound students go to either the University of Oklahoma, Oklahoma State University, a regional university or a community college, small liberal-arts schools offer other higher-education options – primarily low student-faculty ratios, individualized...

Cowboy Up … Again and Again

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It appears that Blake Jarwin is simply destined to remain a Cowboy. The Tuttle native first walked on at Oklahoma State University as a blocking tight end who dabbled on special teams. By his junior season, he became a starter for Mike Gundy’s Cowboys and earned first-team All-Big 12 Conference recognition. “I’ll cherish that time forever,” Jarwin says of his years...

Space and Cyberspace

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International intrigue is the focus of Catch Me If You Can, the Oklahoma State University-Tulsa Business Forum featuring cybersecurity expert and best-selling author Frank Abegnale. The event begins at 10 a.m. April 10 at the Tulsa PAC. For details, visit business.okstate.edu/cepd. Known as the Indiana Jones in Space, Sarah Parcak is a pioneer in satellite imagery that identifies undiscovered archaeological...

Back to Aartvark

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It was the coveted purse of a newborn fowl that first drew Keith Whitfield to the art world.  “Only in Oklahoma,” says Whitfield, who owns and operates Aartvark Graphic Design in Owasso with his wife, Dana. “I’ve been drawing since I can remember. I won a drawing contest in first grade – the prize was a live baby chick.”  As a...

40 Under 40 2019

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The professionals honored in Oklahoma Magazine’s 40 Under 40 Class of 2019 exemplify leadership, both at the office and in the community. These are Oklahoma’s mavericks – innovators who go the extra mile, disrupt the status quo, push to improve the state and guide others by unwavering and fierce example. These leaders run the gambit of professions – from...

Don’t Mock the Brothers

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Speaking the truth, doing what’s right and respecting others are all part of the cowboy way … along with wearing a good pair of boots and owning a decent saddle. A Sand Springs tack and clothing shop keeps the cowboy way alive. The Mock Brothers Saddlery and Western Wear, commonly known as Mocks, has been family-owned and operated since siblings...

Patron Saint of Libraries

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ONLINE EXCLUSIVE  Her calendar brims with appointments and get-togethers. PEGGY V. HELMERICH DISTINGUISHED AUTHOR AWARD Award Presentation/Black-Tie Gala 6:30 p.m. Dec. 7 Central Library, Fifth Street and Denver Avenue Free Public Presentation 10:30 a.m. Dec. 8 Central Library For more information or to buy tickets to the dinner, visit helmerichaward.org or call 918-549-7323. Her slim build and vibrant facial features defy time and make you recall her films from the early...