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Country remembers Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s legacy

Ruth Bader Ginsburg, the second woman to serve on the Supreme Court and a staunch advocate for women’s rights, died in her home on Sept. 18. Her death was due to complications of metastatic pancreatic cancer, according to the court. She was 87. Upon hearing the news of Ginsburg’s death, President Donald Trump told reporters, […]

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TU Clubs adapt to online format

Clubs are a great way to get involved on campus and meet new people that have the same interests as you. There are clubs for just about anything you can think of — sports, academics, outdoor activities, faith, food, video games and community service. The list of possible clubs to join goes on and on. […]

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COVID vaccine researchers hope to beat testing period record

At the beginning of the calendar year, researchers in China released the genetic sequence of the Sars-Cov-2 virus, allowing scientists worldwide to begin work on a vaccine. The fastest vaccine development from testing to approval is the mumps vaccine released to the public in 1971 after beginning research in 1967. Countries around the world hope […]

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Virtual Symposium on Historical Trauma to feature timely discussions

For the first time in a virtual format, Mental Health Association Oklahoma will host their 2020 Zarrow Symposium on the theme of Healing from Historical Trauma. Over three days, from Sept. 30 – Oct. 2, speakers in disciplines from psychology to history to medicine will lead discussions about several historical issues that continue to affect […]

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Tulsa Race Massacre survivor files lawsuit against Tulsa

Almost 100 years ago, white mobs attacked residents of the Greenwood District in North Tulsa, perpetrating one of the most devastating race massacres in the history of the country.. It is unknown exactly how many people were killed in the 1921 Tulsa Race Massacre, but it is thought to be as many as 300 individuals. […]

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Countries implement various measures to prevent the spread of COVID-19

While the United States is figuring out how to send students back into schools amid a pandemic, countries in Europe are much closer to navigating life in a post-pandemic world. Things like testing availability, public guidelines and education must all be taken into consideration when a country responds to COVID-19. Countries like New Zealand seem […]

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Protestors challenge racist monuments

When asked in 2018 to consider what should happen in regards to Confederate monuments and statues — should they be taken down completely? What will take their places? Are they representative of a violent and racist American history? Will our history be forgotten and doomed to be repeated? — the response is mixed. Many artists […]

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TikTok sale raises international questions

For most young people now, especially in the U.S., it is difficult to remember, or imagine, how life was without social media. The world seems to be run, or perhaps overrun, by so much information at the touch of a button or the swipe across a screen. One of the newest crazes to hit the […]