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Food Whys - Champagne

(Dec. 31, 2022) Darren Scott, OSU food scientist, discusses the history of champagne. For Extension fact sheets & more visit https://extension.okstate.edu SUNUP is a production of the Division of…

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Gardens in the Tulsa Area on the Best of Oklahoma Gardening December 10, 2022

Welcome to the Best of Oklahoma Gardening #4924! Tulsa Garden Center's History The president of the Tulsa Garden Center, Laura Chalus, reveals the history of the garden center and what it…

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Flat, Cool & Acid-Free: The Cobb Speaker Series

With headlining authors like Ken Burns, Nicholas Sparks, Neil deGrasse Tyson and Jodi Picoult, the H. Louise & H.E. "Ed" Cobb Speaker Series has a 30 year history of being a premiere…

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Flat, Cool & Acid-Free: Changing Housing Rules on Campus

What were the rules you followed when you lived in the residence halls on campus? Follow along with Libby as she discovers why residence hall rules have changed over the decades. A history of strict…

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Chilocco Indian School A Generational Story

Julie Pearson-Little Thunder, author of Chilocco Indian School A Generational Story, talks about the Native boarding school and the creation of the graphic novel. Chilocco Indian School A…

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Championship Basketball with Henry Iba at Oklahoma Agricultural and Mechanical College (OAMC)

Henry Payne Iba (1904-1993) was arguably the country’s best college basketball coach, and the OSU Archives holds documentation of his impact through a series of instructional films. The Play…

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Flat, Cool & Acid-Free: Protests at OSU

Join Digital Storytelling Intern Libby Whitlow as she follows some of OSU's biggest organized movements and smaller acts of dissent to see potential threads between protests throughout the…

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Tech And Innovation At The OSU Libraries

Visions of card catalogs, books lining shelves, and newspapers carefully placed on softly lit tables may come to mind when you think about libraries. While paper materials ruled the early days, today…

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Digitizing Herbariums for Future Historians

Mark Fishbein, the director of the OSU herbarium, explains the importance of digitizing their collection for future historians to access and how citizens can help. The public can access these…

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Oklahoma Gardening July 09, 2022

Welcome to Oklahoma Gardening! Gray Santolina Host Casey Hentges shows a beautiful drought tolerant plant perfect for the summer heat. The Benefits of Native Pecans OSU fruit and pecan…

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Tulsa Garden Center's History

The president of the Tulsa Garden Center, Laura Chalus, reveals the history of the garden center and what it offers to horticulture enthusiasts in the Tulsa area. Tulsa Garden Center:…

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Oklahoma Gardening June 25, 2022

Welcome to Oklahoma Gardening! Harvesting and Stringing Onions Host Casey Hentges harvests and strings onions to save them for later. Learn how to braid onions: Survivor Tree Maintenance …

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The History of Stilwell Strawberry Production

Host Casey Hentges visits with Bobby Doyle, an Adair County strawberry grower for 65 years, about his methods of growing strawberries and the history of strawberry production in Stilwell, OK. …

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Oklahoma Gardening- June 18, 2022

Welcome to Oklahoma Gardening! Miller Farms Bryce Miller, an Adair County strawberry farmer, explains his processes for growing strawberries. And how he reaps the benefits of using plasticulture…

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Who Was Edmon Low

You know the building. Now meet the man! Learn more about the history of Oklahoma State University, including more about the Library, at http://timeline.okstate.edu/ and in the Centennial History…

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Library Rules And Regulations Through The Years

Some rules and regulations were exactly what you'd expect: Operational hours, overdue book fines and a lot of shushing. Other Library rules may have been a bit out there by today’s…

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