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Welcome, Emily!
Remember at the beginning of summer when the left side of my brain, Morgan, left #TeamWebComm to work at the Sam Noble Museum?! Remember how her More)
When You Marry Your Job
Walking into the WebComm for my first day as the new Content Specialist kind of felt like getting married again. Starting a new job isn’t exactly on (More)
What Gamedays Look Like for #TeamWebComm
For most of the 85,000+ Sooner faithful, OU Gamedays are a sacred Saturday tradition held in the highest esteem. For me, OU Gamedays are another day of work. Granted, not like your typical day job at a desk - but still, this is my job so it’s a m (More)
#TeamWebComm Trivia 1.16
Each week we’ll take a closer look at the humans who make up The University of Oklahoma’s Office of Web Communication, Marketing and New Media (#TeamWebComm). This week\'s question i (More)
#TeamWebComm Trivia 1.15
Each week we’ll take a closer look at the humans who make up The University of Oklahoma’s Office of Web Communication, Marketing and New Media (#TeamWebComm). Because today is Labor (More)
#TeamWebComm Trivia 1.12
Each week we’ll take a closer look at the humans who make up The University of Oklahoma’s Office of Web Communication, Marketing and New Media (#TeamWebComm). Nestled above Chipotle (More)
#TeamWebComm Trivia 1.13
Each week we’ll take a closer look at the humans who make up The University of Oklahoma’s Office of Web Communication, Marketing and New Media (#TeamWebComm). This week, we decided t (More)
#TeamWebComm Trivia 1.10
Each week we’ll take a closer look at the humans who make up The University of Oklahoma’s Office of Web Communication, Marketing and New Media (#TeamWebComm). Each member of #TeamWeb (More)
#TeamWebComm Trivia 1.7
Each week we’ll take a closer look at the humans who make up The University of Oklahoma’s Office of Web Communication, Marketing and New Media (#TeamWebComm). This week\'s question i (More)
WoodComm
My relationship with woodworking began much like anyone else’s with the discovery of the pile of sawdust underneath my dad’s table saw. It was awesome. I helped my dad with his projects by nailing random nails I found on the ground into a scrap piece (More)
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