The Botanic Garden at Oklahoma State University

April 1, 2016

by Laura Payne The Botanic Garden (TBG) was first established as an arboretum in 1935.  Through the years we have expanded from an arboretum full of trees and shrubs, to a living museum filled with […]

Remember the 10 Run is a part of Legend’s Weekend

April 1, 2016

By Jason Pogue On January 27, 2001, ten members of the Oklahoma State University family perished in a plane crash.  On April 16, 2016, the OSU family will come together for the 10th Annual Remember […]

“Stillwater in the 1920s”

March 31, 2016

By Ammie Bryant, Director of the Sheerar Museum of Stillwater History The 1920s was known as the Jazz Age. The glittery Gatsby image of flappers and slick young men decked out in racoon coats dancing […]

Theta Pond’s Not So Beautiful Beginnings

March 28, 2016

by Ammie Bryant, Sheerar Museum of Stillwater History Director Google “beautiful spots in Stillwater,” and chances are Theta Pond will top the list of search results.  Many visitors to the Sheerar Museum of Stillwater History […]

Still In Love In Stillwater: Date Night Ideas to Keep the Romance (and Fun!) in Your Relationship

March 11, 2016

By Jefferson and Ammie Bryant One of the perils many couples make when planning a date night is trying too hard. You don’t necessarily need an elaborate, multi-tiered evening getaway to help rejuvenate your spirits, […]

The Start of a New Year is a Good Time to Reflect on Last Year

February 5, 2016

by TaNiqua Ward; TSET Healthy Living Program Specialist TSET Payne County Healthy Living Program (HLP) has been busy all year. A new year provides the opportunity to reflect on the year prior and to make […]

Finding Strength in the Middle of Chaos

December 28, 2015

by Sarah Little The day started off with a buzz… Homecoming! Oklahoma State University’s and Stillwater’s greatest tradition. They were still a buzz from the previous night’s activities—the elaborate displays at Walkaround, Coach Ford’s sick […]

Old Central Remains Tangible Tie To “Where the College Came From”

April 8, 2014

by Ammie Bryant, Sheerar Museum of Stillwater History Director Originally called the College Building, Old Central serves as an iconic symbol of Oklahoma State University.  In 1894, its doors opened to students of the Oklahoma […]

The “Cowboy” that inspired the Oklahoma State Cowboys: Frank “Pistol Pete” Eaton

September 5, 2011

By Ammie Bryant, Sheerar Museum of Stillwater History Director  “I’d rather have a pocket full of rocks than an empty gun.” If you’ve lived in Stillwater or been an Oklahoma State University student or fan for […]

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