Volume 34 • Number 1

The Athletics Department took on a tall assignment—adding OU’s first new dorm in 50 years—and one of the few in the country that is privately funded—while achieving the long-held goal of housing together all incoming student-athletes—men and women—and including more than half non-athlete residents.

Photo by Robert Taylor
Carol J. Burr
Associate Editor:
Lynette Lobban
Art Director:
George T. Dotson
Staff Photographer:
Robert Taylor
The University of Oklahoma Foundation, Inc.
Guy L. Patton, President

Standing Tall and Proud

Headington Hall is big and beautiful, standing sentinel on the corner of Lindsey and Jenkins, overlooking the stadium complex where many of its residents practice and play.

The Doctors Schumann

Be specific when asking for “Dr. Schumann” at their Tulsa home or on the Schusterman campus. John and Sarah-Anne share the title and distinction in their specialities.

Is Journalism Dead?

While some observers are predicting the demise of journalism as we know it, Dean Joe Foote says, “Not so fast.” This could be the start of something even bigger.

Jammin’ with Byron Berline

He came to the University of Oklahoma to play football for Bud Wilkinson and throw the javelin for Bill Carroll, but it was his faithful fiddle that would make him famous.

Putting an Oklahoma Spin on Twisters

In the world of forecasting Oklahoma’s challenging weather, Gary England has been a super star for more than four decades, the voice of calm in times of crisis.

Words Of Wisdom

As a neurologist, OUHSC’s Dr. Peggy Wisdom has been setting the pace in rehabilitation of brain injury patients, and she balances her life by supporting the visual arts.