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    T H E O C O L L Y

    another one. Brittney martin scores 32 points

    as cowgirls win sixth straight.

    DEVIN WILBER/OCOLLY

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    Martin leads OSU to sixth straight winc o v e r s t o r y c owg i r l bas k e t ba l l

    She was unstoppable.From the opening whistle in

    Oklahoma States 70-57 victory against Texas Tech, Brittney Martin would not be denied. Martin, a senior, finished with 32 points and 15 rebounds after playing all 40 minutes of the game, the Cowgirls sixth straight victory.It was Martins eighth straight

    double-double.I kind of just do what I have

    to do, Martin said. If I need to make shots for the team, if thats what coach (Jim) Littell needs me to do, then Im going to do it.In the first quarter, Martin

    outscored the Red Raiders (11-12 overall, 2-10 Big 12) by herself 14-9 on 5-of-6 shooting from the field. She also brought down six rebounds in the first period. You just have those games

    where anything you throw up can go in, and I think thats what happened in the first quar-ter, Martin said. All but four of Martins first-

    quarter points came from the elbow to the left of the basket.We wanted to play more

    zone than we did, TTU coach Candi Whitaker said. Brittney

    just carved us up to start. She got a lot of easy looks in the first quarter.Mandy Coleman stepped up

    for the Cowgirls (18-4, 8-3) after Kaylee Jensen struggled early. Coleman finished with 14 points, none prettier than Karli Wheeler ripping her the ball into the low post after a pump fake. Coleman also brought down seven rebounds.For her to get in double

    figures really helps our cause, Littell said. Getting that third scorer in double figures, it was good tonight.Martin battled with TTUs

    Ivonne Cook-Taylor in the third quarter. Cook-Taylor had a slow start scoring only four points in the first half, but she finished with 17. The two went back and forth in the third, both scoring 10 points in the quarter. Cook-Taylor pulled the Red Raiders within one on multiple occa-sions, thanks to two and-1s. I really like how (Cook-Tay-

    lor) was attacking (in the second half), Whitaker said. I feel like her first dribble and her first step was much more aggressive and I feel like that got her going. I feel like when she can find her way to the rim or the free-throw line, her shot tends to go more.The Cowgirls shot an unchar-

    acteristic 87 percent from the free-throw line. They shot 61 percent heading into the contest. The Cowgirls made 20-of-23 free throws and didnt miss their first one until Jensen missed with 8:10 left.We just continue to work

    on them and try to stay posi-tive with them, Littell said.

    We tell them, Free throws and rebounding is going to win big games for you or lose big games for you.Free throws and our in-

    bounds plays were probably the deciding factor in the game today.Jensen heated up in the fourth

    quarter. After picking up her fourth foul, Jensen scored 12 of her 16 points in the quarter.It took us four quarters to

    get Kaylee Jensen involved in the game, Littell said. But I think she really dominated in

    the fourth.This marks the first time since

    the 1992-93 season that OSU has won six straight conference games. The Cowgirls will go for seven straight when they travel to Austin, Texas, to play the No. 6 Longhorns on Wednesday.We have got to continue to

    stay with the scout and defend, Littell said. Were running into a buzz saw in Texas. ... Were getting ready to get into a really tough stretch, but we have got to continue to concentrate on just reversing the basketball, getting

    good shots and stepping up and making shots.

    M a r s h a l l S c o t t

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    devin wilber/OCOLLYBrittney Martin recorded her eighth straight double-double in the Cowgirls sixth straight victory as they beat Texas Tech 70-57. Martin totaled 32 points and 15 rebounds while playing all 40 minutes of the game.

    Cowgirl basketball

    What: OSU vs. Texas

    When: 7 p.m. Wednesday

    Where: Frank Erwin Center, Austin

    Broadcast: TV: Longhorn Network,

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    Cowboys head to Fort Worth seeking first Big 12 road wins p o r t s c ow b oy bas k e t ba l l

    The Big 12 has been unre-lenting to Oklahoma State.The Cowboys have lost four

    straight conference games. Their two Big 12 victories include one against Kansas, an opponent whom OSU has made a yearly tradition of upsetting. The other came against TCU, the only Big 12 team below OSU in conference standings, on Jan. 2, their first game of conference play.The Cowboys (11-12 overall,

    2-8 Big 12) will get the chance to make it three when they play TCU again at 6 p.m. Monday, this time in Fort Worth, Texas. OSU has yet to win a confer-ence road game.Its a battle, OSU coach

    Travis Ford said. Any other

    league, wed probably be sit-ting here with maybe three or four losses. When youre a team thats kind of in a transi-tion, thats been through some of the stuff were going through this year and youre in the best league in America, youve got to battle every night.The Cowboys are 2-8 in

    games decided by five or fewer points. They have proven Fords statement of Big 12 battles, but they have struggled to convert those battles to victories.Ford said he is proud of the

    competitiveness the Cowboys have shown, but he knows it means little without the final score being in OSUs favor. Theres a chance for that against the Horned Frogs (10-13, 1-9).Weve just got to start fin-

    ishing it off and getting wins, Ford said. Hopefully, we have that same competitiveness in us. Hopefully, we play as focused and as hard.Theyre fighting. Not only

    are we in the best league, were in the most experienced league in America, bar none.

    The Cowboys have dealt with plenty of adversity. In their third game of the season, they lost senior guard Phil Forte after he tore the ulnar collat-eral ligament in his left elbow. Throughout the year, minor dings and illnesses have cost various Cowboys games. Satur-day, OSU played its first game without freshman point guard Jawun Evans. The Cowboys lost 64-59 to

    Iowa State as Evans, a front-runner for Big 12 Freshman of the Year, sat on the bench with a right shoulder injury suffered against Texas Tech on Wednes-day.With all the injuries, the

    illnesses and everything weve been through, I think we are playing the best that we have, Ford said. And then we obvi-ously lose Jawun and still came out and played really good bas-ketball. So were playing really good, but now, the next step needs to be finish and win.If they keep fighting, well

    find some.The Cowboys will push for-

    ward, with or without Evans.Well never quit, forward

    Jeffrey Carroll said. Thats something thats not us in general. Well always scratch and claw no matter how much were down or up. Well never quit.

    N a t h a nR u i z

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    devin wilber/OCOLLYOSU coach Travis Ford walks off the court after the Cowboys loss to Iowa State on Saturday. Ford said OSU needs to finish more games.

    cowboy basketball

    What: OSU vs. TCUWhen: 6 p.m. Monday

    Where: Schollmaier Arena, Fort Worth, TexasBroadcast: TV: ESPNU, Radio: Cowboy Radio Network

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    RESTINGINJESUS!

    Anoldhymngoessomething l ikeAnoldhymngoessomething l ikethis;UnderhiswingsIamsafelyabiding,thoughthenightdeepensandtempestsarewild.Stil lIcantrusthim;Iknowhewillkeepme.HehasredeemedmeandIamhischild.TheBibletellsusthattherereTheBibletellsusthattherere-mainsaresttothepeopleofGod.(Heb.4:9)John15tellsusofmuchfruitcanbeproduced inandthroughtheonewhoabides inChrist.Oneaspectofabiding isresting.He isseated inheavenbecausehisworkofsalvation isbecausehisworkofsalvation isf inished.Here issomeonewecanfullytrustbecausehenowsitsattherighthandofGodwithallpowerandauthority.(Matt.28:18)Heneverchanges;JesusChrist isthesameyesterdayandtodayandforever.(He.13:8)Hetellsusforever.(He.13:8)HetellsusneverwillI leaveyou;neverwillIforsakeyou.(Heb.13:5)He loves

    uswithasteadfast love.(Ro.8:3839)It isarestoffaiththat isours inChrist.It isanactivetrustthatwecanchoseandpracticeeachday.Thistrust isbasedonthecharacterandpromiseofGod.Theseneverchange.There isanothTheseneverchange.There isanoth-eroldhymnthatgoes l ikethis;Myfaithhasfoundarestingplace,not inamanmadecreed:Itrusttheever l ivingone,thatheformewillplead.EnoughformethatJesussaves,thisendsmyfearsanddoubt:AsinfulsoulIcometoHim,hewillnotcastmeout.Mysoul isrestingontheWord,theMysoul isrestingontheWord,thel ivingWordofGod:Salvation inmySaviorsname,salvationthroughhisblood.Chorus:Ineednootherevidence,IChorus:Ineednootherevidence,Ineednootherplea:It isenoughthatJesusdiedandroseagainforme.

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    Anoldhymngoessomething l ikeAnoldhymngoessomething l ikethis;UnderhiswingsIamsafelyabiding,thoughthenightdeepensandtempestsarewild.Stil lIcantrusthim;Iknowhewillkeepme.HehasredeemedmeandIamhischild.TheBibletellsusthattherereTheBibletellsusthattherere-mainsaresttothepeopleofGod.(Heb.4:9)John15tellsusofmuchfruitcanbeproduced inandthroughtheonewhoabides inChrist.Oneaspectofabiding isresting.He isseated inheavenbecausehisworkofsalvation isbecausehisworkofsalvation isf inished.Here issomeonewecanfullytrustbecausehenowsitsattherighthandofGodwithallpowerandauthority.(Matt.28:18)Heneverchanges;JesusChrist isthesameyesterdayandtodayandforever.(He.13:8)Hetellsusforever.(He.13:8)HetellsusneverwillI leaveyou;neverwillIforsakeyou.(Heb.13:5)He loves

    uswithasteadfast love.(Ro.8:3839)It isarestoffaiththat isours inChrist.It isanactivetrustthatwecanchoseandpracticeeachday.Thistrust isbasedonthecharacterandpromiseofGod.Theseneverchange.There isanothTheseneverchange.There isanoth-eroldhymnthatgoes l ikethis;Myfaithhasfoundarestingplace,not inamanmadecreed:Itrusttheever l ivingone,thatheformewillplead.EnoughformethatJesussaves,thisendsmyfearsanddoubt:AsinfulsoulIcometoHim,hewillnotcastmeout.Mysoul isrestingontheWord,theMysoul isrestingontheWord,thel ivingWordofGod:Salvation inmySaviorsname,salvationthroughhisblood.Chorus:Ineednootherevidence,IChorus:Ineednootherevidence,Ineednootherplea:It isenoughthatJesusdiedandroseagainforme.

    Now Moses was a very humble (meek) man, more humble than anyone else on the face of earth. ( Nu.12:3 NIV) Here is a man in the highest leadership position among the Israelites at this time. He was not concerned about keeping his position. In fact, he had never sought it, and tried his best to get out of his call from God. (Ex.3 4) He made every excuse possible so God would choose another person, but the Lord prevailed.Even when other leaders began speaking against him, it did not seem to offend him; he did not react, but when asked to pray for healing of his sister, Miriam, who had badmouthed him; he was quick to cry out to the Lord, O God, please heal her.(Nu.12:13 NIV) H umility does not speak of weakness or timidness, but of a lack of self-centeredness.

    God can do much with a humble person. He is open to correction and teaching. He has an openness in his life and is pliable.Lets take a look at Ps. 25:9. He (God) guides the humble in what is right and teaches him his way. A ctually the humble are the only ones who is open to be taught, so God can guide their lives into his best. God can show them his ways. Gods ways are perfect and produce the best results. This was Moses; he said teach me your ways that I may know you and continue to find favor with you.(Ex.33:13)This is the one I esteem: he who is humble and contrite in spirit, and trembles at my word. (Is.66:2b NIV) When we honor God by choosing to hear and practice his ways,this sets the stage for his greater blessings. Our abundance of self interest can be a great snare to our lives. We can miss the most important thing: God, and his life and purpose. Moses is a good example to follow; Teach me your ways that I may know you and find your favor.( Ex.33:13)

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    CEATs move to mobile labs difficult, costly for studentsn e w s c o m p u t e r l a b s

    Technological advancements typically make things easier.But for some Oklahoma State

    University engineering students, new technology has closed more doors than its opened.Several College of Engineer-

    ing, Architecture and Technology seniors and graduate students are irate after five computer labs in

    Cordell and Engineering North closed permanently, forcing students into overcrowded, under-equipped labs across campus, said Wendy Ward-Sullivan, an electri-cal engineering senior.George Douglas, manager of

    CEAT Information Technology Services, said the college is aban-doning stationary computers in place of student-supplied laptops to make the program more mobile. I think the understanding is

    three years ago, every freshman coming in should come in with a laptop, Douglas said. So we are moving from fixed computers to mobile computers. This is the fourth year of that program, so almost everybody up to the senior level will not have it, but every-body else should have a laptop.The situation is fine for under-

    classmen, but for electrical and mechanical engineering seniors such as Ward-Sullivan and Jordan Stuckwish, the announcement was out of nowhere, they said.Douglas said students were

    informed of the closings, but both Ward-Sullivan and Stuckwish said they had no idea they would return from winter break to find their labs locked with nothing in them besides tables and chairs.The decision came directly

    from CEAT dean Paul Tikalsky, which Douglas said caught him off guard.Its unfortunate that not

    everybody was brought up to the level at the same time, Douglas said. It was a little surprise for us because students are coming back, and theyre coming back to a complete change.

    CEAT is doing what it can to inform students, but Douglas said student council can help relay the message to reach more students.Ward-Sullivan said the commu-

    nication wasnt enough. She said seniors, non-traditional students and graduate students are forced to purchase expensive, vital software

    H a y d e nB a r b e r

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    kurt steiss/OCOLLYThe College of Engineering, Architecture and Technology is switching to a more mobile program by having students primarily use laptops.

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    some computers cant handle.Without the software, Ward-Sullivan said a diploma is out the window.We have classes just based on the software, Ward-Sullivan said. In order for you to get your de-gree, you have to take one to two classes covering that software.The softwares availability is limited, and its distributed on a first-come, first-served basis. Ward-Sullivan said the system leaves students scrambling and out of money.Douglas said the transition is a work in progress.Its still in the works, Doug-las said. So if you dont have a laptop or you need a laptop or you need a place to work, we can try to work with you on that, and if you really need a laptop, some-times we are able to work with the

    student to resolve that.Douglas said its a temporary fix because laptops arent loaned a semester at a time but rather on a week-by-week basis, and only teaching assistants can check them out to teach classes.There are labs available to students who dont have a laptop or the software in Engineering South and Cordell Hall, but they have room for only 123 students. The lab in Engineering North is restricted to faculty and teaching assistants.Ward-Sullivan said students are frequently pushed out of these labs in favor of computerized classes that use the rooms.Each of the open labs is acces-sible 24/7 with an OSU student ID, but Ward-Sullivan said the real problems are with overpopulation and a lack of communication.Ultimately, I just wish the

    university had more transparency with the issues that are going on, Ward-Sullivan said. Thats

    the worst feeling in the world, to feel like were stupid and that we arent competent enough to handle

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    kurt steiss/OCOLLYAlthough computer labs are available in Engineering South and Cordell Hall for those without a laptop, the labs in Engineering North are restricted to faculty. Students using it are often told to leave in favor of classes.

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    841 W. KNAPP1 MILE TO OSU CAMPUS

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    1410 E. 3RD2-FULL BATHS 1CAR GARAGE

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    1517 W. 4THVERY CLOSE TO CAMPUS/GREEK AREA

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    SIX BEDROOMS

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    Todays Birthday (02/08/16). Your team is your superpower this year. Profitable opportunities (after 3/8) lead to a new destina-tion (after 9/16). Begin a two-year educational exploration phase (after 9/9). Another cash flow surge (after 9/1) shifts your financial situation (after 9/16). Play with people you love.To get the advantage, check the days rating: 10 is the easiest day, 0 the most challenging.Aries (March 21-April 19) -- Today is an 8 -- One door closes as a new one opens in your professional adventure, with this New Moon in Capricorn. Begin a new career phase. Clean and prepare. Get your ducks in a row. Pursue passion.Taurus (April 20-May 20) -- Today is an 8 -- Begin a new phase in your education, travels and exploration with this New Moon. Learn through experience. Go to the source. Others give you a boost. Spend on research materials. Team up for success.Gemini (May 21-June 20) -- Today is a 9 -- A turning point arises regarding family finances with this New Moon. Work it out for new possibilities. Together youre more powerful. Close a phase in an account. Make a sexy offer. Find the silver lining.Cancer (June 21-July 22) -- Today is an 8 -- One door closes as another opens in a partnership, with this New Moon. Begin a new phase in your relationship. Realign your collaboration to new priorities. Support each other. Keep your sense of humor.Leo (July 23-Aug. 22) -- Today is a 7 -- Begin a new phase in service, work and health, with tonights New Moon. With power comes responsibility. Listen to your heart. Have faith. Believe in your own abilities. Infuse your work with love.Virgo (Aug. 23-Sept. 22) -- Today is a 7 -- Begin a family, fun and passion phase. Complete one game and begin a new one, with this New Moon. A romantic relationship transforms. Look before leaping. Play together. Its all for love.Libra (Sept. 23-Oct. 22) -- Today is a 7 -- One domestic phase closes as another begins under this New Moon. Complete the past and invent new possibilities for your family. Adapt your home to suit. Bold decor beautifies the space. Share love and gratitude.Scorpio (Oct. 23-Nov. 21) -- Today is an 8 -- Complete old proj-ects and launch new creative works with the New Moon. Begin a new phase in communications, including research, broadcast-ing, writing, recording and publishing. Get the straight scoop. Learn from somebody you love.Sagittarius (Nov. 22-Dec. 21) -- Today is a 9 -- Seize a lucra-tive opportunity. A profitable new phase expands with the New Moon. Build support structures before you knock down any walls. Make a change. Go for passion. Try not to break anything.Capricorn (Dec. 22-Jan. 19) -- Today is a 9 -- Begin a new personal phase, with tonights New Moon in your sign. Take advantage of energy and confidence to step into leadership. Use your power for good. Nurture your base. Make an important choice.Aquarius (Jan. 20-Feb. 18) -- Today is a 6 -- Transitions mark a new phase in your private plans, with the New Moon. Com-plete previous projects as you prepare for whats next. Make the changes youve been wanting. Plug financial leaks. Slow down.Pisces (Feb. 19-March 20) -- Today is a 7 -- Begin a new phase in friendship, social networks and community under tonights New Moon. A new stage dawns in a group endeavor. Share what youre learning. Provide valuable information. Inspire your team. Talk about love.

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