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OU community members react on Twitter following OU's State of the University address

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Joe Harroz at staff town hall (copy)

OU President Joseph Harroz at a staff town hall July 30.

Since OU’s State of the University address Wednesday, OU community members reacted and shared opinions on Twitter about the university’s COVID-19 response and plans for the spring semester. 

OU community members expressed their frustration about OU President Joseph Harroz’s response to Gov. Kevin Stitt’s Thin Blue Line neck gaiter worn on a tour of the university food pantry, the university’s plans for the spring semester and the university’s reopening protocols amid the pandemic, among other issues. 

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