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New Bassinets and Warmers Delivered to Cradle Mercy’s Tiniest Patients

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OKLAHOMA CITY (Sept. 3, 2020) ― Mercy Health Foundation Oklahoma City recently delivered precious cargo to the neonatal intensive care unit and Family Birthplace at Mercy Hospital Oklahoma City. Fifty NeoCots and eight infant warmers are now being used to hold Mercy’s tiniest patients.

The new equipment was purchased with money raised at the foundation’s annual gala in January. With more than 600 guests in attendance, $595,000 was raised.

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Group donates care packages for quarantined OSU students

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(STILLWATER, Oklahoma, Sept. 3, 2020) — Oklahoma State University students in isolation or quarantine due to COVID-19 may have a little something to be thankful for after a local group donated the first batch of many care packages.

The small group of Oklahoma State University faculty, staff, students, alumni and community members donated dozens of care packages filled with soup, crackers, candy bars and words of encouragement. 

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Zoe Midyett challenges Frank Lucas for Oklahoma’s Third Congressional District

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OKLAHOMA CITY – Wellston farmer-rancher and small business owner Zoe Midyett is the Democratic candidate running for Oklahoma's Third Congressional District. She stepped up in February of this year to face incumbent Frank Lucas, who has held the seat since 1994.

Midyett has growing support from Oklahomans across the Third District who agree that she is “Finally a voice for rural America.”

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OSU students examine evidence in killer wasp case

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By Trisha Gedon

STILLWATER, Okla. – An Oklahoma State University professor goes to great lengths to ensure his students are engaged in his lectures, even to the point of causing himself a little pain.

Students in Wyatt Hoback’s class this semester – ENTO 2003 Insects and Society – watched closely as he intentionally let a cicada killer sting his arm as part of a recent classroom demonstration.

OSU Museum of Art features an interdisciplinary experience in arts and science

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(STILLWATER, Oklahoma, Sept. 2, 2020) — The Oklahoma State University Museum of Art presents The State We’re In Water: Constructing a Sense of Place in the Hydrosphere, running through May 29, 2021. This exhibition is an interdisciplinary art experience delving into the humanities’ relationship with water and how its impact is felt regionally and globally.