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Fall 2007 Episode 3 - Research/Issue (Nov 12, 2007)
On Assignment: Radio's third broadcast of the Fall semester, KGOU's student reporters present an in-depth look at several issues that affect the University of Oklahoma community. Katrina Smith examines how a newly acquired pipe organ will help OU's School of Music and the American Organ Institute expand its curriculum to offer a broader, more complete education of the instrument. A recent study by the University of Oklahoma's Department of Health and Exercise Science has shown that the "Freshman 15" may be more myth than reality, and Bianca Lopez talks with several OU students about their experiences after starting college. Peju Fabaro takes a look at the parking situation on campus, and learns about several creative solutions some OU students have come up with. She also speaks with members of the University of Oklahoma Student Association about what they're doing to improve the plight of the commuting student. And Will Prescott heads over to the newly-established Mewbourne College of Earth and Energy, and what they're doing in response to growing concerns about the nation's energy crisis.

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