As the University celebrates its 125th anniversary, and David Boren his 20th as OU president, the need to work together as Sooners has never been greater.
The Aquilops americanus may be small in stature, but it plays a big role in providing important new information for paleontologists studying the early evolutionary history of Ceratopsians in North America.
OU junior Lucy Mahaffey is spending a semester in Washington, D.C., working to help free more than 21 million people who are victims of human trafficking.
An OU scholar of medieval manuscripts shares in the discovery of a rare volume of the works of William Shakespeare while on a Fulbright in Saint-Omer, France.
The Supportive Care Program, made up of an interdisciplinary team of professionals at OU’s Stephenson Cancer Center, helps patients by easing the symptoms that accompany cancer and cancer treatment.