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OPINION: Earth Day Considerations

By Nathaniel Batchelder   Dear Editor,   OKLAHOMA CITY, OK – As frightening as is the evolving threat of COVID-19, greater dangers looming before humanity are the consequences of unresolved global warming and climate change. The Biology degree I earned 48 years ago awakened me to environmental degradation caused by humanity’s growing population, demand for […]

COMMENTARY: At OU, refreshing leadership

  Jonathan Small   More than three months ago, I said incoming University of Oklahoma President Jim Gallogly was a terrific hire. Since then, Gallogly has focused on the core work of a university, showing a relentless dedication to what’s best for students and their families. Presiding over his first meeting of the OU Board […]

COMMENTARY: Families, Communities and the Economy Depend on Dreamers

By Brenda Hernandez March 5 was the day the Department of Homeland Security Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program was to end. With no solution being presented, our nation’s Dreamers are still awaiting an answer. President Donald Trump has repeatedly asked federal lawmakers to pass a bill that would give the country’s 1.8 million […]

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