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August 31, 2010


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Roger Barker

Thanks for the wonderful, insightful article on one of Ohio's most scenic destinations!

Dominique King

Roger-Thanks! It really is among the prettiest campuses I've visited, and we make it a habit to visit the local campus whenever possible when we're traveling (many of my "souvenirs" come from campus book stores...and we've both got some OU wear).

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