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Beagle Brigade Protects American Agriculture

We talk with Ginger Herrell-Lopez, Chief Agriculture Specialist at U.S. Customs and Border Protection, and how their agency protects American agriculture by using a little help from the K-9 unit…

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Oklahoma Gardening Episode #4821 (11/20/21)

Welcome to Oklahoma Gardening! King's Mums Host Casey Hentges travels to Sans Springs, OK where we talk with owner of King's Mums, Brian Kanotz, who shows us his beautiful display of…

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"This Land is Herland" Virtual Book Talk

The Center for Oklahoma Studies is pleased to present a virtual book talk with the editors and select authors from the newly released publication "This Land is Herland: Gendered Activism in…

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Flat, Cool & Acid-Free: The Library of Circus Music

Since the 1940s, circus music has been predominantly defined by one song until Matt Margucci entered the scene. Rather than stick solely to creating traditional circus music, Matt created circus…

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Don't Fuss with Asparagus

Today on Oklahoma Gardening Host Casey Hentges plants some 'Mary Washington' variety asparagus crowns in her garden. Did you know that asparagus' are dioecious! Learn more with this…

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Oklahoma Gardening Episode #4642 (04/18/20)

Segment 1 1:20 Today on Oklahoma Gardening Host Casey Hentges plants some 'Mary Washington' variety asparagus crowns in her garden. Did you know that asparagus' are dioecious! Learn…

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From Warrior to Saint: The Journey of David Pendleton Oakerhater

View the collection on the OSU Library website at bit.ly/FromWarriortoSaint

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Words on Air - Mary Kathryn Nagle

Dr. Lindsey Smith talks with Oklahoma playwright and tribal issues lawyer Mary Kathryn Nagle about her latest play, Sovereignty. Her work is an account of the murders of Cherokee leaders -- and…

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Cowboys In Every County

In celebration of Oklahoma State University's 125th Anniversary, the Cowboys in Every County oral history project recorded at least one interview with OSU alums in every Oklahoma county. Faculty…

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The Great War and Its Legacy: "Chilocco Goes to War"

Dr. Mary Jane Warde examines the "Chilocco boys" from the Chilocco Indian Agricultural School who served in the Great War.

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The OSU Libraries: Mary L. Williams Education and Teaching Library

Located in Willard Hall, the Mary L. Williams Education and Teaching Library serves as a resource for students and faculty within the College of Education, Health and Aviation and the OSU…

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Defining Justice: Female Incarceration

As the state grapples with an emerging political conversation around criminal justice reform, The Atlantic will seek to understand the experiences of women affected by the state’s justice…

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Spotlight: House, Home, Town, Children, School

Taking a look at how a variety of resources can be used as data sets for research. Mary Larson, Associate Dean of Special Collections at the OSU Library, uses interviews from the Oklahoma Oral…

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Rethinking the Scholarly Monograph in the Digital Age with Dr. Laura Mandell

Downstream from the Digital Humanities, after all the tool development, database creation, and open annotation and linked data experiments, what should the digital scholarly monograph look like?

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American Airlines/City of Stillwater Announcement

American Airlines and the City of Stillwater announce that commercial air service will be available at the Stillwater airport beginning in late August, 2016 (original air date: 2/5/16)

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Student Spotlight: The Standing Experience

A veterinary student with a spinal cord injury receives a Half-Power SuperStand chair to help her stand to perform certain tasks while earning her DVM degree.

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