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UCO - Dean's Circle

The University of Central Oklahoma is dedicated to becoming the premier provider of business education in Oklahoma. To help achieve this, Central has created the Dean’s Circle, which recognizes individuals who make a significant financial contribution to the students, faculty or programs. The alumni, corporate partners, and foundation supporters allow Central to continue to increase programming, provide scholarships to deserving students and aide the college and faculty in their continual growth. For more information about the Dean’s Circle visit www.busn.uco.edu/alumni/giving.

OSU - Tornado Victims Find Family Cat After Six Days

OSU's Small Animal Hospital treats Egor the cat, who was found after six days buried in the Moore tornado rubble by the Humann family.

NSU - Bear Days

He probably just wanted to establish his territory, but a young black bear found himself the center of much attention when he wandered into Tahlequah and near the Northeastern State University campus on May 8. He took refuge in a tree from curious onlookers, and had to be tranquilized by wildlife experts. After falling sleepily into a waiting net, he was released into the wild the next day.

 

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