University of Oklahoma upperclassmen live on campus


September 10, 2017

NORMAN, Okla. (AP) — Campus life is the good life for 600 upperclassmen who moved into the first residential colleges at the University of Oklahoma this semester.

The stately and elegant Headington College and Dunham College opened in August with spacious dining halls, made-to-order food options, private courtyards, game rooms, comfortable lounges and libraries filled with books and artwork on loan from the campus museum.

The Oklahoman reports that the amenities are not intended to pamper students, but to increase their academic achievement by enticing them to spend more time on campus interac...

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