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KOSU, KGOU, StateImpact Oklahoma & Oklahoma Public Media Exchange were named as winners of the Sigma Delta Chi Award for Breaking News Reporting by the Society of Professional Journalists.

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Nikole’s Morning Mix for 4/18/14

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High rent, few options

We asked Public Insight Network sources what percentage of their paychecks went to rent and discovered several are paying much, […]

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OCU Film Institute Presents "The Colors of the Mountain"

October 21st 2012 - 2:00pm

A soccer ball marooned in a minefield is the central image of Arbeláezâ??s quietly assured debut feature film set in a remote village in the Andean region of Colombia. And itâ??s a neat enough symbol for the charactersâ?? lives, which are menaced on one side by guerrillas and on the other by paramilitary groups. In the tradition of other great films on children in wartime: Malleâ??s Goodbye, Children, Clementâ??s Forbidden Games and Boormanâ??s Hope and Glory. Colombiaâ??s Oscar candidate submission and the first film from this country in the Film Instituteâ??s history, The centers on a group of boys led by nine-year-old Manuel; they are obsessed with playing soccer even though minefields abound in the area. This filmâ??s screening is timed to connect with Nobel Peace Prize Laureate Jody Williamsâ?? speech on campus in the OCU Distinguished Speaker Series event, Oct. 24.

Meinders School of Business, OCU
N McKinley Ave, Oklahoma City, OK 73106, USA

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Art & Life

Google Glass – what’s all the fuss about?

Today, Google offers a limited opportunity for the public to join its Explore Program and purchase the current Google Glass […]

State Impact

“Federal Plan To Save Prairie Chickens Ruffles State Feathers”

In case you missed it, a great piece on a five-state plan to preserve the Lesser Prairie Chicken and the […]

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