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March 2010 - Photo Gallery

CNFR Team Reunion SWOSU Grads

Cole University Center


The University Center at East Central University has been renamed the Bill S. Cole University Center by the Regional University System of Oklahoma in honor of ECU’s sixth president. Completed in 1997, it was one of Cole’s favorite construction projects during his presidency from 1989 to 2006.

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One Step Higher

OSU-Oklahoma City students, administration and staff promoted the university at Higher Education Day at the Oklahoma State Capitol Building Tuesday, February 16. The annual event is an opportunity for legislators to meet and discuss important issues with students residing in their respective districts. “Higher Education Day was a very good experience. It was nice to see our state representatives and senators are looking at budget possibilities that will benefit higher education in Oklahoma,” said Felicia Hinote, OSU-OKC healthcare administration freshman. “We had a good turnout of legislators at our luncheon. We even got to meet former OSU President James Halligan.”

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Beauty School Dropout

OSU-Tulsa Tudents receving check up sfor their résumés

Southwestern Oklahoma State University student Eric Martin (right) as Doody sings Beauty School Dropout to Jordan York as Frenchy (left) during SWOSU’s recent March production of Grease on the Weatherford campus. SWOSU students performed eight shows and all were sold out. Martin is a junior from Weatherford, and York is a freshman from Yukon.

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