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Game Day Mass

Church Rolls Out Welcome for Sooner Fans by Roxanne Avery Father Jim understands the complexities of the modern world, especially surrounding game day on the University of Oklahoma campus. That’s why he established a Game Day Mass this year as a way of feeding the spiritual needs of OU football fans. Father Jim is also […]

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Standing Out

Norman North Swimmers, Soccer Player Exceeding Expectations Norman North swimmers Aiden Hayes and Jonathan Tang have already left their mark by helping lead the T-Wolves last February to their fourth Class 6A boys state championship, marking North’s fourth in the last six years. Meanwhile, Norman North freshman Jada Ryan hopes to join them and in […]

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09/26/2018 Oklahoma vs Kansas volleyball. Photo by Ty Russell

Killer Instinct

OU Volleyball Player Sets High Mark Despite Size Disadvantage by Chris Plank Alyssa Enneking has reached historic heights during her volleyball career at the University of Oklahoma. The unlikely outside hitter became just the 14th player in school history to reach 1,000 career kills. While the path to 1,000 has not always been easy, the […]

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Cooking and Looking

Cooking and Looking

International Pantry Draws Seasoned Chefs to Weekly Cooking Classes by Tegan Burkhard Novice home cooks and kitchen newbies pick professional chefs’ brains during International Pantry cooking classes. Fried eggs sizzle in a pan, and a group of eager students crowd around the stovetop, watching closely as local chefs Jeremiah and Brandi Caldwell put the finishing […]

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Honoring our Veterans

Staff Sargent’s Life, Career Take Unlikely Twists and Turns by Catherine Poslusny Staff Sgt. Roderick Chin grew up dreaming of becoming a soldier. When he turned 17, there was no question in his mind – he was joining the infantry, and he wasn’t looking back. Now, as a recruiter for the Oklahoma Army National Guard, […]

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From Korea to Norman

North Korea Memory Still Haunts Corporal by Catherine Poslusny The Korean War memory that has stuck in Robert Dahl’s mind for nearly 70 years was his experience in the Battle of the Chosin Reservoir in November 1950. The Chinese had sent 120,000 troops to drive the United Nations forces out of North Korea. Both sides […]

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