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Flat, Cool & Acid-free: The Infamous Elsie Hand

Elsie Denton Hand had served as head librarian at OAMC for 12 years when she was sacked by the Board of Regents over the purchase of a collection of rare books. Elsie continued working for another…

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Sidebar: It's A Vornado!

Ralph Odor, an OAMC student, became interested in airplanes during World War I. He went beyond tinkering with models to create his own plane called the Vornado. Learn more about Ralph Odor and his…

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Flying Farmers & Farm and Home Week at OAMC

In 1944, with strong support from President Henry G. Bennett, the Oklahoma Flying Farmers organization was born on the OAMC campus as an association for farmers, both men and women, who owned and…

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Orange Reflection: Homecoming 2017

OSU residence halls decorated their exteriors in celebration of Homecoming 2017: 'Herald Your Fame!'

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Bennett Hall: The finest and largest dormitory in the southeast

The five-unit dormitory set the standard for dormitories across the nation. Bennett Hall, the finest and largest dormitory in the southeast. Visit the University Archives history pin project at…

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Orange Reflection: Homecoming 2016

OSU residential halls decorated their buildings in America's Brightest Orange for Homecoming 2016!

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Orange Reflection: Homecoming 2015

The OSU campus is bathed in orange for with the help of OSU's residence halls, which compete in the annual Orange Reflection contest during Homecoming.

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ARCHIVES: Looking Back on the Tragic Plane Crash of OSU President Henry G. Bennett

Judge Thomas E. Bennett moved with his parents, two brothers and two sisters to Stillwater, Oklahoma, in 1928 when his father, Dr. Henry G. Bennett, became the President of Oklahoma A&M College.…

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ARCHIVES: President Bennett Saves Old Central

Judge Thomas E. Bennett moved with his parents, two brothers and two sisters to Stillwater, Oklahoma, in 1928 when his father, Dr. Henry G. Bennett, became the President of Oklahoma A&M College.…

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ARCHIVES: Remembering President Henry G. Bennett’s Campus Home

Vera Alma Preston-Jaeger’s mother, Liberty Bennett Preston was the third child of Oklahoma State University President Henry G. Bennett and his wife, Vera. Vera Preston grew up in Stillwater and…

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ARCHIVES: The History Behind Murray Hall’s Name

Judge Thomas E. Bennett moved with his parents, two brothers and two sisters to Stillwater, Oklahoma, in 1928 when his father, Dr. Henry G. Bennett, became the President of Oklahoma A&M College.…

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Orange Reflection: Homecoming 2014

Each year, OSU residence halls celebrate "America's Greatest Homecoming Celebration" by decorating their buildings in America's Brightest Orange. Theta Pond is also line with…

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Checking Out For The Summer

Sarah McCall has important information you need to know before moving out of your campus housing for the summer....

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Stayin' Alive with David Peters

OSU President Henry Bennett kept his 25 Year Plan alive despite the Great Depression, and even used an explosion to further his plan.

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Jazzing It Up

The Spring 2013 issue of State Magazine featured an article by Special Collections Coordinator David Peters about OSU big bands titled "Jazzing it Up." Here, Peters shares about dancing at…

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Henry Bennett Point Four Video

Video of Henry Bennett's last visit to Ethiopia. (Video Only)

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