• OSU unveils Nancy Randolph Davis statue

    By: Amber Hughes



    • Oklahoma State University revealed a statue of Nancy Randolph Davis, the first African-American student to enroll at the university Thursday.
    • In 1949, Davis broke the color barrier on campus and graduated in 1952 with a master’s degree in home economics.
    • Davis' statue is placed in front of the Human Sciences building at OSU's Stillwater campus.

    Related: Highway to be named after Nancy Randolph Davis

    • After graduation, Davis spent 43 years as an Oklahoma teacher.
    • This statue is only the second on campus to honor an individual with a lifelike sculpture.

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