Daily O'Collegian, 2011-04-18
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the dy mffcoliflian if today h, 87 l 66 rtttptaigbwwffwhppffftlttntfftt musicians remember leader, friend by kt king photo editor as ho i'liillips walked on stage fri-d.iy night, lie &iid he couldn't hclji but feci that was home. many of stillwater's most famous red dirt artists gathered in town this weekend to celebrate lcing together, their music and the man who started a mou'incnt. although phillips officially ocncd hull gypsy cafe with his set friday at outlaws, 501 s. washington, real party began night ixforc. hack in the heyday of red dirt music stillwater, artists would come to town play bars, but their real crfor-manccs were saved for firm. "after everyone's gig was over and equipment all packed up, it out farm," said musician tom skinner. "(we would) stay up rest night, playing singing writing songs." 'ihursday night a homecoming as returned some first time years. "it woodstock" phillips iid, one those things you just close your eyes feel it. you didn't really have to listen ft, just felt it." brad piccolo said the reunion at farm was like old times, hut few things had changed. 'ihc house burnt down )ars ago, but feeling still alive. "it rip van winkle; go sleep 20 years and wake up there wc were farm," said. "not a lot changed." i lowevcr, one thing that did change scene; death of red dirt inutid.in hobchildcrs in 2008. sm: gypsy paof 10 k7 kingocollbqian drad piccolo sings nt tho rod bull gypsy cnfo on friday night. felony charge surfaces against former osu staff member by tyler silvy managing editor charges have been filed a oklahoma state ( 'diversity student and employee based on complaints that he threatened barm to president burns i largis l.ee bird, vice of affairs, ian mathew marouk, 25, was teaching assistant vsft masters ibbhmbi in statistics this se kjytkdr until m released from the e3 progiain following what staffer (vjarouk rcnee i'lasch described as erratic, irate behavior oor grades. i'lasch, senior administrative support department, said department locked down for one day after marouk contacted head, ibrahim ahmad, lee bird his students via email with threatening messages. 'that same day, sent letter officially banning him 'campus, according court records. pl.iscl) had never violence, just because felt "been wronged." although hadn't indicated violence before, is now charged "use computer put another person fear physical harm," 'ihc steins information posted marouk's facebook page indicating "burns would surely parish unless reinstated position at osu." punishable 10 years prison, $5,000 $100,000 fine or both. judge phillip corley assigned case, hut date has not set time. binl she could comment filing. police indicate they numerous dealings since banned campus. ' april 9, officers arrested complaint failing leave university grounds anil obstructing an officer. michael stano able hist $250 bond. response arrest, m.uouk sr.f. ff.lony paof. 7 ijlau osu veterinary hospital tss vh providing excellence in patient care for all common and m 744-7000 corner of jw some not so animal species open to the public hall fame farm road mssgsmmmmmmmmmmmmrrm adam kemp'ocollegian wido rocolvor josh cooper (25) sprints past cowboy dofondors during tho spring gamo on saturday nt doono pickens stadium. spring showstoppers the cowboys unveiled offensive power on saturday by james poling sports reporter the weather wanned up for saturday's spring game and so did oklahoma states skill players in an afternoon filled with big plays. sophomore quarterback clint chelf led the white team in a come fnuu-behind victory to lwat orange 41m6 front of alxut 16,000 fans. all players with three touchdowns (two pawing, one running) and throwing for 260 yttrdi two interceptions. haul coach mike gundy wild has received more reetltioni at practice because of the nature f'.iit-p.ireil offense and is better it. "1 would say he has established himself an (the no.) 2 guy (at quarterback)," gundy said. "'ibis summer will be huge for him working on his own. 1 le exceeded my expectations in one year." both teams combined scored four touchdowns longer than 50 yards. shaun lewis, a sophomore linebacker playing for the orange team, on 51 -yard fumble recovery where gundy jokingly run onto field and attempted to shove him into end 7one. sf.k football paof 2 remembrance run sees huge turnout by andrew fultz general assignment reporter 'ihc fifth annual remember the ten run was off to a cold and windy start saturday morning but with biggest turnout in history. event consisted of 10k, 5k fun for those who wanted show their support 10, despite weather, there were more than 1,500 participants at boone pickens stadium, not counting volunteers. sf.e rkmfmhfr paof. 6 carrie fostero'collegian tho fifth-annual romombor ton run had moro than 1,500 participants this yonr, oxcluding volunteers.
|Title||Daily O'Collegian, 2011-04-18|
|Subject||Oklahoma State University-Students-Newspapers; College student newspapers and periodicals-Oklahoma; Sillwater, (Okla.)-Newspapers|
|Description||The student-run newspaper at Oklahoma State University from 1924 -|
|Publisher||Stillwater, OK; Oklahoma State University, 1924 -|
|Relation||The Daily O'Collegian|
|Rights||Copyright 2011 Board of Regents for the Oklahoma Agricultural and Mechanical Colleges. All rights reserved.|