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A group of University of Oklahoma students has used data from the National Weather Center to develop a new web-based application that alerts truckers to hazardous weather conditions on the road. Andrew Tierney, Drew Knox, Ryan Phillips, Robert Byrd and Nick Ortiz celebrate at the Oklahoma Governor's Cup business competition.
Oklahoma's broadcast airwaves are practically void of political advertising just seven weeks before Oklahomans make their choices for the U.S. Senate, Congress, governor and other statewide elective offices in the Nov. 4 general election. Voters were inundated with political chatter as candidates tried to gain momentum in the days and weeks before June and August primary elections where voters picked their parties' nominees for the state's top offices.
Authorities said former University of Oklahoma star, Adrian Peterson, turned himself in Saturday after a warrant was issued against him for injury to a child. According to Lt.
Jazz ensemble students at the University of Oklahoma School of Music will perform at noon Tuesday at the Fred Jones Jr. Museum of Art. University of Oklahoma World Music Professor Christine Souza gives a marimba concert as part of a previous year's Tuesday Noon Concerts series.
Surrounded by student scholarship recipients, alumni and friends of the University of Oklahoma, President David Boren announced Friday the launch of an ambitious $500 million Live On, University fundraising campaign. Charles Stephenson, Molly Boren, Peggy Stephenson and James Gallogly applaud Friday as University of Oklahoma President David Boren announces the launch of a $500 million fundraising campaign.
Sept. 12--The U.S. Supreme Court could use more diversity, Associate Justice Sonia Sotomayor said Thursday during an appearance at Oklahoma City University. "It's a positive thing for the judiciary to be diverse -- not in the traditional ways that people think of diversity, which is race, ethnicity and gender," said Sotomayor, the first Hispanic justice on the court.
Betsy steps up to the plate for HH Betsy Horn has been with Heritage Hall School for the past 34 years. During that time she's done some pretty incredible things in support of school projects.
Oklahoma Blood Institute is bringing Bedlam to Altus with a game plan to save lives. Anyone, 16 years or older*, is urged to donate Thursday, Sept.
The destinations to which certain birds will travel and the specific timing of their southward departures may differ, but the migration period has begun. In Houston, the birds annually take over a local park for their spring and summer home, causing one section of it to be closed to the public, ABC 13 in Houston reported.
A tree lighting ceremony will brighten downtown on Friday night as the monthly art walk gets underway with live music, art activities for children, artists' receptions and a slew of food truck offerings. Juliana Gifford tosses water balloons during a Kid's Corner event at one of Norman's monthly art walks.
The women of Alpha Omicron Pi gathered around the lot at 641 West Pensacola Street this past weekend to break ground on their new home.
It is useful to identify the artifact for quality control of radar data used in numerical weather prediction and quantitative precipitation estimation." Our news editors obtained a quote from the research from the University of in radar data for the above applications and to help identify hailstones within thunderstorms.
State regulators and former investors claim former football player T.J. Hamilton conned investors to further his country music career, but the aspiring Nashville star believes his name soon will be cleared - and he's just released a new single. Aspiring country music singer and former OU walk-on football player T.J. Hamilton is accused of using investors' money for fraudulent purposes, including to further his music career.
"How would it make you feel that the fashion industry and society at large has based its ideal of nude on Caucasian people? That the color of your skin doesn't count as 'nude'?" asks the staff editorial, published by the Oklahoma Daily , the official newspaper of the University of Oklahoma. The board used the same reasoning to conclude that that "nude" makeup, "flesh-colored" clothing, and Band-Aids were also racist.
Michael Weber , assistant professor of Finance and Neubauer Family Faculty Fellow at the University of Chicago Booth School of Business , received two awards from the European Finance Association at its 41st annual meeting in Switzerland. "The awards are a great recognition and it feels fabulous that the most esteemed colleagues in the profession recognize and value my work," Weber says.
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