Celebration of students’ artwork at Fred Jones Jr. Museum of Art

Online publication: April 14, 2016

NORMAN, Okla. – For 102 years students from the University of Oklahoma are in the spotlight at the Fred Jones Jr. Museum of Art. The School of Art and Art History Student is held from April 22 to May 15 in the Nancy Johnston Records Gallery.

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Farzaneh brothers, an Oklahoma success story

Online publication: April 19, 2016

Race continues for Breea Clark, Jerry Lang

Online publication: April 25, 2016

NORMAN, Okla. – After the result of the Norman election on April 5, the race continues for two candidates of Ward 6 city council, Breea Clark and Jerry Lang, who is the actual Ward 6 city councilman.

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Protest grows against 89er Day Parade

Online publication: May 2, 2016

 

NORMAN, Okla. – For the tenth consecutive year, a protest was organized at the 89er Day Parade on April 30 in Norman. Over 50 protesters were present, Native Americans and not, young, seniors, women, men and families.

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A superficial debate was held for ward and mayor candidates of Norman

Online publication: February 5, 2016

NORMAN, Okla. – The City Hall of Norman held a senior forum with the candidates for ward and mayor positions on Feb.3. One could remark the absence of Bobby Steven running for the mayor seat and the renouncement of Kyle Landford.

Ten candidates were present at the debate.

Lynne Miller and Gary Barksdale are both running for mayor. Breea Clark, Ashley Nicole McCray and Jerry Lang, actual councilman of the Ward 6, are running for Ward 6. In Ward 2, Aleisha Karjala will face Matthew Leal. In the Ward 4 running are Bill Hickman, Rhett Jones and Christina Owen.

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Don’t miss the first full moon of the year on Jan. 23

Online publication: Jan. 22, 2016

NORMAN, Okla. – One will have the enjoyment to observe the first full moon of the year at 7:45 p.m. (Central Time) on Jan. 23. Native Americans gave it the nickname of “wolf moon” because the starving wolves were howling during winter time.

The moon called also “Luna” in Latin or “Selene” in Greek has since immemorial times, fascinated humanity. Often associated has a goddess in the mythology, the moon bears names of dozens of divinities through the world.

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