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December 2013 - Photo Gallery

NSU fall campus. OPSU bull rider Joe Frost. UCO Homecoming color run.

Campus Beautiful

NSU fall campus.

The fall season is certainly in full effect at the Northeastern State University campus in Tahlequah, Okla. The leaves are changing, the temperature is dropping and the semester quickly coming to an end. One constant however, is the beauty of the campus.


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Grab a Bull By the Horns

OPSU student Joe Frost rides a bull.

Many iconic names have scattered the rodeo industry from the legendary Etbauer brothers who dominated the saddle bronc riding in the 1990s to the band of Wright boys who are presently storming through the standings. The next family supremacy just might be on the Oklahoma Panhandle State University Rodeo Team roster. Joe Frost’s second-place finish in the bull riding average helped secure his all-around title at the Alva Rodeo Oct. 31- Nov. 2. Brother Josh (far left) cheers him on.

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In Living Color

UCO Homecoming Week's color run.

The University of Central Oklahoma’s annual Homecoming Week 5K took a colorful twist in 2013. Organizers of Central’s 5K “color run” tossed brightly colored cornstarch on runners as they passed “color bomb” stations throughout the route. Student participants donated a new children’s book to replenish the shelves of Oklahoma’s tornado-impacted libraries, and funds raised from non-student registration fees will aid in the rebuilding of those same libraries.

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