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September 2011 - Photo Gallery

A Howdy Hold 'Em It's Pouring a Promise A Fond Farewell

A Howdy Hold 'Em

A Howdy Hold 'Em


OSU-OKC celebrated the beginning of the fall semester with Howdy Week, an annual weeklong event welcoming students back to campus. Throughout the first week of school, students had the opportunity to enjoy exciting activities, entertainment and free food. Pictured are OSU-OKC students enjoying Howdy Week activities alongside Pistol Pete. To see more photos from Howdy Week, visit www.facebook.com/osuokc.

 

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It's Pouring a Promise

Cherokee Promise scholars at Northeastern State University participate in a “Going to the Water Ceremony” during a campus clean-up event. Recipients of the Cherokee Nation scholarship live in a Cherokee Immersion Hall on campus, learn fluency in Cherokee and participate in service learning projects to enhance campus life and the Tahlequah community.


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A Fond Farewell

A Fond Farewell

Chief Micheal Storr and Deputy Chief Stanley Timmons bid farewell to President Dr. Joann Haysbert, shortly after the faculty and staff reception. The reception was held to commemorate Langton's first leading lady.

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