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OKG Newsletter


Topic: students

Chef swap

The Oklahoma Restaurant Association raises funds for up-and-coming students in the hospitality industry.


Food and Drink Features

Sarah Lobban
Odyssey de Culinaire
6 p.m. Thursday
Skirvin Hilton Hotel
1 Park Ave.
okrestaurants.com
$125-$200
 
Wednesday, August 1, 2012

American DREAM

A group of young people in the state’s Hispanic community is working to help Oklahoma’s undocumented residents benefit under the DREAM Act.


News

Peter Wright
Thousands of undocumented residents living in Oklahoma now can apply for a deportation protection program initiated by presidential order in June. For one group of undocumented students and their friends, the application is not only a reprieve, but also a call to help others who may be eligible.
 
Wednesday, August 29, 2012

Digging deep

Students from an Edmond college are digging up history on an archaeological trip in Israel.


News

Greg Horton
Students from Edmond’s Herbert W. Armstrong College recently traveled to Israel to work on an archaeological dig site possibly linked to King Solomon.
 
Wednesday, August 29, 2012

The fantastic Miss Fox

September marks Childhood Cancer Awareness Month — and Victoria Fox’s celebration of a year in remission.


Features

Stephie Gregory
Five-year-old Victoria Fox is a vivacious Oklahoma City girl who enjoys ballet and children’s choir.
 
Wednesday, September 19, 2012

OKG7 off-campus diners

Every week, we give you seven OKC-area restaurants to explore.


OKG7 Dining

Jenn Scott
Being in college doesn’t shackle students to cafeterias on campus. From budget-friendly meals to late-night munchies, eats around town offer college students plenty of delicious, local cuisine.
 
Wednesday, October 3, 2012

Be true to your schools

A community drive collects 30 pallets of items for OKC schools.


News

Gazette staff
Wrapping up a community-wide drive for school supplies, The Foundation for Oklahoma City Public Schools today collected 30 pallets loaded with items for students and teachers. The supplies will be distributed over the coming months through the foundation's Teachers Warehouse.
 
Thursday, October 11, 2012

Degrading the grade

Plans to evaluate schools statewide with letter grades are delayed after protests from superintendents.


News

Tim Farley
The controversy over Oklahoma’s new A-F grading system for public schools is brewing stronger than a witch’s potion on Halloween. The State Department of Education on Oct. 8 delayed a vote to issue a public release of the school grades, but told district superintendents they could release the grades voluntarily.
 
Wednesday, October 17, 2012
 
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