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Panhandle Football by the Numbers

2017-11-21

Goodwell, Okla.—There is an auspicious horizon on the verge of Panhandle football, and the Aggies are coming for it. Working...

Tri-Aggie Thon Succeeds with Triple the Fun

2017-11-21

Goodwell, Okla.—On Sunday, November 12, the Panhandle State campus was buzzing with SAAC members and Aggie athletes as the...

Bryant Inducted into Higher Education Hall of Fame

2017-11-21

Goodwell, Okla. — Former Oklahoma Panhandle State University President, Dr. David Bryant, was one of ten leaders in teaching,...

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Cover of October 2017 Panhandle Magazine

Showcasing Panhandle events, community, and more. Keep up with all of the new and exciting things happening on and around campus in the latest Panhandle Magazine.

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Panhandle State Student Plays in the 2017 Mixed Worlds Tournament in Florida

Desha Almanza, a student here at Panhandle State, got the opportunity to travel to Florida this past October where she competed in the Mixed Worlds Tournament in Orlando held Oct. 13-15. —Courtesy photo

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Panhandle State Table Named Winner at Chamber Banquet

Nikki Stork decorated the Panhandle State table for the recent Guymon Chamber of Commerce Banquet and the table was named the winner of the decorating contest. —Photo by Danae Moore

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Women’s Team Wins Final Fall Rodeo

Shay Spitz ran the fastest time of the weekend in the barrel racing at the college rodeo at Northwestern Oklahoma State University in Alva, Okla. this past weekend. —Photo by Dale Hirschman

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PTCI Aggie Hall of Fame Class of 2017 Inductees Honored with Banquet Ceremony

From left: David Flowers, Bob Wakefield, Georgia Walton and the family of Jerry Linton gathered for a night of celebration at the 2017 PTCI Aggie Hall of Fame Banquet and Induction Ceremony.-Sarah Brady photos

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2017 PTCI Aggie Hall of Fame Spotlight: Jerry Linton

Tickets are still available for the 2017 PTCI Aggie Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony and Banquet held Saturday, Oct. 28 at 6 p.m. in the Panhandle State Student Union Ballroom.

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McKee Library Hosts Elementary Visitors

Goodwell Elementary School students visited the McKee Library for a tour hosted by Director Tony Hardman. —Photo by Danae Moore

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2017 PTCI Aggie Hall of Fame Spotlight: Georgia Walton

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Run With It: J. Dee Marinko

Former Aggie football player and Men's Sitting Volleyball Paralympian, J. Dee Marinko visited campus and shared his story with Aggie athletes on Monday, Oct. 9.-Danae Moore photo

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2017 PTCI Aggie Hall of Fame Spotlight: Bob Wakefield

The 2017 PTCI Aggie Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony and Banquet takes place Saturday, Oct. 28 at 6 p.m. at Panhandle State.

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Aggie Baseball Helps Host Special Game Day

Panhandle State Baseball players gather around Austin Ronne after he threw out the first pitch at the Special Game Day on October 8 in Goodwell. —Photo by Alexis Faris

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Rogelio Reyna Visits Monday Munch

Students enjoyed the opportunity to meet Professional Makeup Artist Rogelio Reyna at a recent Monday Munch hosted by the Alumni Office. —Photo by Danae Moore

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Torres Wins National Hispanic College Quiz

This past July, Oklahoma Panhandle State University senior Ami Torres Acuña (second from the right) competed in Nashville at the Hispanic College Quiz and won the competition! —Courtesy photo

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Dr. Richter Interviewed by the Oklahoma Historical Society