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Southwestern Oklahoma State University's President's Leadership Class program in Weatherford has endorsed the Pickens Plan, a blueprint to reduce foreign oil dependence by harnessing domestic energy alternatives and give the United States time to develop new energy technologies. Among the students involved in the program include (front from left): SWOSU President John Hays; Joice Jose, Oklahoma City; Morgan Smith, Mooreland; Alyssa Holt, Sentinel; Lindsey Liebscher, Hydro; Lauren Kehl, Cordell; Brenna Cary, Hollis; Kaleb Fischer, Weatherford; Jordan Stewart, Fairview; Whitney Hamar, Fairview; and SWOSU PLC Advisor Randy Beutler. Back from left-Bryan Wilkes, Oklahoma city; Ryan McCallay, Hammon; Caleb Koos, El Reno; Neal Kennedy, Calumet; Jacob Fuller, Blanchard; Evan Brooks, Elk City; Allen Deak, Mustang; Clint Dismore, Miami; Keenan Haught, Elk City; Zeke Zoschke, Thomas; Justin Simpson, Antlers; and Trevor Brownen, Minco.