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Nine to Compete in the Miss SWOSU Competition on January 29

Nine to Compete in the Miss SWOSU Competition on January 29

SWOSU Public Relations January 17, 2022

Nine Southwestern Oklahoma State University coeds will compete for the title of Miss SWOSU at this year's competition on Saturday, January 29, at 7 p.m. in the Fine Arts Center on the Weatherford campus....

SWOSU student Greyson Weedon of Apache recently presented research on Washita Riparian forests on the Weatherford campus. With him are (left) SWOSU President Dr. Diana Lovell and (right) Dr. Zach Jones, associate professor in the Allied Health Sciences Department.

SWOSU Parks and Rec Students Utilize Regional Property for Research

SWOSU Public Relations January 17, 2022

Parks and Recreation Management students at Southwestern Oklahoma State University in Weatherford recently publicly presented research findings from their fall 2021 field projects in Range Management taught...

SWOSU students named to honor rolls for fall 21

SWOSU students named to honor rolls for fall ’21

SWOSU Public Relations January 4, 2022

Honor rolls at Southwestern Oklahoma State University in Weatherford, Sayre and Yukon have been announced for the 2021 fall semester. An undergraduate student earning all A’s in 12 or more hours during...

Finding a balance: Parenthood and school

Finding a balance: Parenthood and school

Ally Wickware and Patrick Lee December 23, 2021

In 2018 while Justin Bailey attended Tyler Community College, his fiancé, Halee Zorn, had a baby boy, and that changed their lives. When being recruited to SWOSU, Bailey instantly let the coaches know...

Finding a balance: Athletics and school

Finding a balance: Athletics and school

Jacob Brown, News reporter December 23, 2021

For some students, the added pressure of outside activities, such as athletics, can spiral, leading to dropping the various activities, or even out of school. For Hannah Franklin, a senior on the Southwestern...

SWOSU’s COPS Program conducts Emergency Vehicle Operation class

Johannes Becht, Video reporter December 22, 2021

  The COPS program is part of the Parks and Wildlife Law Enforcement degree at SWOSU with the option for students to obtain their CLEET certification which qualifies to be a certified law enforcement...

“Go Greek!” TKE Jump-A-Thon Recap

Rachel Masson, Co-editor-in-chief December 21, 2021

Rachel Masson sits down with Tau Kappa Epsilon philanthropy chair Zane Everett to discuss the TKE Jump-A-Thon fundraiser for St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital.

Free Late-Night Breakfast Planned Sunday for SWOSU Students

Free Late-Night Breakfast Planned Sunday for SWOSU Students

SWOSU Public Relations November 30, 2021

All SWOSU students are invited to the annual late-night "President's Pancake Breakfast" this Sunday, December 5, on the Weatherford campus. The free breakfast is served from 10 p.m. until 11:30 p.m....

SWOSU Training Room

SWOSU Training Room

Ally Wickware November 30, 2021

The SWOSU Training Room has many benefits to students who need help with injuries from their sport. Athletes who are injured or have any problems can schedule a time with Edwin Detweiler and get the help...

SWOSU Announces 9th Annual Joyce Adams Curtis Concerto Aria Competition Winners

SWOSU Announces 9th Annual Joyce Adams Curtis Concerto Aria Competition Winners

SWOSU Public Relations November 18, 2021

(Photo 1) Winners and honorable mention selections for the recent Joyce Adams Curtis Concerto Aria competition at Southwestern Oklahoma State University in Weatherford were (from left): Conlan Boatman,...

SWOSU Trio Earns Reach Higher Scholarships

SWOSU Trio Earns Reach Higher Scholarships

SWOSU Public Relations November 17, 2021

Southwestern Oklahoma State University (SWOSU) students (from left) Marisha McDaniel of Crawford, Tryston Morgan of Oklahoma City and Rhonda Bennet of Anadarko each have received a $1,000 Reach Higher...

Finding a balance: Work and school

Finding a balance: Work and school

Melanie Edge November 17, 2021

Kylie Wilcher is in her third year, working on her bachelor’s degree in health information management. She has 16 credit hours while working over 60 hours a week at her current place of work. “...

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