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    • Marta Linares Maria Luisa Lizana Angel Cubero Mari Carmen Burrueco Oklahoma State Marta Linares Maria Luisa Lizana Angel Cubero Mari Carmen Burrueco
    • Oklahoma City is the capital of Oklahoma
    • SYMBOLS
    • ANTHEM
    • MOTTO
      • Labor omnia vincit
      • Labor conques all thing
      • (Vence a la mano de obra todas las cosas)
    • NICKNAME OFICIAL LANGUAGE
      • The sooner state.
      • In 1889, the Indian Territory was opened to settlers. Thousands of people lined up on the border and, when the signal was given, they raced into the territory to claim their land. Some people went in early to claim their land. They became known as Sooners. Hence, Oklahoma's nickname today is “The Sooner State”. 
      • English
    • POPULATION
      • 3617316 Habitants
    • SITUATION IN USA
    • SOCIAL INFORMATION
      • Male:  1,696,895 (49.1%)
      • Female:  1,754,759 (50.9%) 
      • White:  2,628,434 (76.2%) 
      • Black:  260,968 (7.6%)
      • American Indian:  273,230 (7.9%) 
      • Asian:  46,767 (1.4%)
      • Other race:  82,898 (2.4%) 
      • Hispanic/Latino:  179,304 (5.2%)
      • 2000 percent population 18 and over:  74.1
      • 65 and over:  13.2
      • median age:  35.5.
    • EDUCATION
      • The university consists of fifteen colleges , including 152 majors The campus has a distinctive architecture, with buildings designed in a unique Cherokee Gothic style.
      • The school is ranked first per capita among public universities in enrollment of National Merit Scholars and among the top ten in the graduation of Rhodes Scholars.
      • The school, well known for its athletic programs, has won 7 NCAA Division I National Football Championships. Its baseball team has won 2 NCAA national championships and the women's softball team won the national championship in 2000.
      • The gymnastics teams have won four national championships since 2002 and its football program has the best winning percentage of any Division I -FBS team since the introduction of the AP Poll in 1936, playing in four BCS national championship games since the inception of the BCS system in 1998.
      • The university's first president, David Ross Boyd , arrived in Norman in August 1892 and the first students enrolled that year
      • In 2010, the University of Oklahoma was ranked among the top 100 public universities in the nation by U.S.
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      • There are two campuses:
      • -North campus
      • -South campus
      • With strong academic and successful athletics programs, the University of Oklahoma has seen many of its former students go on to local and national prominence.
      •  
      • We would like study there because there a lot of sports grants and there are a lot of possible degrees when I can choose.
    • INTERESTING SIGHTS
      • MUSEUM (Oklahoma Jazz Hall of Fame)
      • ROUTE 66 ( The Main Street of America)
    • Bricktown
    • Centennial Land Run Monument
    • FILMS SHOT THERE
      • Rain man (1988)
      • The outsiders (1983)
      • Twister (1996)
      • Near dark (1987)
      • Far and away (1992)
      • Phenomenon (1992)
      • Elizabethtown (2005)
      • The frighteners (2006)
      • Dillinger (1973)
      • All-American murders (1992)
    • IMPORTANT PEOPLE
      • Chuck Norris
      • Leroy Gordon Cooper
      • Brad Pitt
      • Carrie Underwood
      • Famous Outlaws: Bill Dalton
      • Famous Cowboys: Jim Shoulders
      • American Indians: Quanah Parker
      • Famous Athletes: Troy Aikman
      • Shannon Miller
      • Famous Writers: Ralph Ellison
      • Famous Musicians: Toby Keith
      • The Wealthy and Powerful: Admiral William J. Crowe
      • Scientists: Karl Guthe Jansky
    • Questions:
      • What is the capital of Oklahoma?
      • What are the mottos of Oklahoma?
      • What is the nickname?
      • What is Oklahoma Jazz Hall of Fame?
      • Who is Chuck Norris?
      • Who is Carrie Underwood?
      • Can you tell us any films shot in Oklahoma?
      • What is Bricktown?
      • Can you tell us what the situation of Oklahoma in USA?
      • What is the most important university in Oklahoma?