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The featured composer at the annual Martin Luther King Day concert hopes his music performed Monday night resonates in present day as well and commemorates the life and accomplishments of the civil rights leader.

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The University of Oklahoma will mandate masks in classes for the first two weeks of the spring semester amid the surge of the COVID-19 omicron variant but will then return to its “masking expected” policy of the fall semester.

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In an immense bipartisan fashion, the Senate passed a $768 billion dollar defense policy bill — an effort spearheaded by Sen. Jim Inhofe that locally sends research dollars to the University of Oklahoma.

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In an immense bipartisan fashion, the Senate passed a $768 billion dollar defense policy bill — an effort spearheaded by Sen. Jim Inhofe that locally sends research dollars to the University of Oklahoma.

Paul Christman, professor of musical theatre, has been named the Weitzenhoffer Family College of Fine Arts 2021 Irene and Julian J. Rothbaum Presidential Professor of Excellence in the Arts at the University of Oklahoma.

A variety of events and programs are scheduled this month at the Sam Noble Oklahoma Museum of Natural History at the University of Oklahoma. Events include the following:

Two one-act operas with comedic entertainment are scheduled for the stage Nov. 11-14 by the School of Music and University Theatre at the University of Oklahoma.

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The University of Oklahoma has partnered with Norman Regional Health System to create a new school of nursing campus option in Norman, further expanding its program in a time when nurses are in high demand but hard to find.

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Norman’s Hispanic population grew more rapidly in the past decade than the city’s overall population, and those in the community expect the growth to only continue in the coming years.

The University of Oklahoma School of Music will present the Trombone Choir in performance at 8 p.m. Wednesday in Sharp Hall in the Catlett Music Center.

The University of Oklahoma University Theatre and the Weitzenhoffer School of Musical Theatre will present the Tony Award-winning musical “She Loves Me” Oct. 15-24 on the Norman campus, with Shawn Churchman directing. Lyn Cramer is choreographer and Paul Christman is musical director and conductor.

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