Humans of OSU
Humans of OSU is a project inspired by the Humans of New York project. Its purpose is to highlight stories of students and employees who call Oklahoma State University their home. From inspirational journeys to campus opportunities, Humans of OSU strives to showcase the variety of people that make up the Cowboy Family.
“Being Miss Black OSU gives me a platform to share my story with the world and to encourage others to share their stories with me. I’m an American Studies major with minors in Africana Studies and Law and Legal Studies.
In my career, I want to deal with things like gender- and sexual preference- based discrimination. We all come from different places so I think listening to the beauty within each individual’s perspective is important to creating unity as a whole.”
Aundrea Jackson, 20
Crowned Miss Black OSU on Feb. 9, 2019