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September - Photo Gallery

SWOSU freshman class. Oklahoma writer and historian John Wooley and Dr. David Gray, lead a discussion on Tulsa history at a local Tulsa venue.

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SWOSU freshman class.

Southwestern Oklahoma State University’s 2017 freshman class recently gathered for mass orientation and took time for a class photo on the Weatherford campus. The SWOSU freshman class numbers 1,003, an increase of 4.2 percent from 2016.


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City Culture

Oklahoma writer and historian John Wooley and Dr. David Gray, lead a discussion on Tulsa history at a local Tulsa venue.

Oklahoma writer and historian John Wooley, far right, and Dr. David Gray, visiting assistant professor of American studies, lead a discussion on Tulsa history at a local venue during Gray's Tulsa Public Cultures course last fall.



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Don't Let the Sun Go Down on Me

Britney Man, student at Oklahoma State University, looks through her viewing glasses during the solar eclipse on Aug. 21. The university hosted a viewing party on Library Lawn to celebrate the eclipse and the first day of classes. The Edmon Low Library provided viewing glasses and a projection of the eclipse was displayed through a telescope. The event was also live streamed on OState.TV.

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