Author: Elisabeth Slay

College, Not Always a Means to an End

College, Not Always a Means to an End

NewsElisabeth Slay- January 23, 2017

Earning a college education isn't the only path to success. Read More

Old North Opens to the Public After 14 Years

Old North Opens to the Public After 14 Years

NewsElisabeth Slay- January 13, 2017

After 14 years of construction and three phases of renovations, parts of UCO's historic Old North Tower have reopened. Read More

UCO Professor Presents Series of Films

UCO Professor Presents Series of Films

NewsElisabeth Slay- November 21, 2016

Photo: Jeffrey Palmer (center) discusses his films to an audience in the Pegasus Theater on Saturday, March 7, 2015. On Nov. 17 Palmer screened five of his films to students ... Read More

UCO STLR to Present Comprehensive Student Record

UCO STLR to Present Comprehensive Student Record

Around the WebElisabeth Slay- November 18, 2016

Photo: The Student Transformative Learning Office will soon introduce the Comprehensive Student Record. This record will allow students to keep track of their out-of-class achievements. Photo by Ryan Naeve, The Vista. ... Read More

Advances in UCO Technology

Advances in UCO Technology

NewsElisabeth Slay- November 15, 2016

  Members of the Faculty Tech Advisory Council meet on October 27, 2016 to talk about updates regarding IT projects on campus. Some of these projects include updates to D2L ... Read More

Central Tech Store Offers Classes to Students

Central Tech Store Offers Classes to Students

NewsElisabeth Slay- November 6, 2016

Photo: Two Central Tech Store employees talk in the back of the store. The Central Tech Store has been offering classes and events concerning technological education this semester. Photo by ... Read More

‘One Tenth of One Percent’ Know Their Rights

‘One Tenth of One Percent’ Know Their Rights

NewsElisabeth Slay- November 1, 2016

The Constitution lays out the rights that citizens of the United States of America have. Studies show that only one tenth of one percent of the population actually knows what ... Read More

Wreath of Hope Ceremony Raised Domestic Violence Awareness

Wreath of Hope Ceremony Raised Domestic Violence Awareness

NewsElisabeth Slay- October 28, 2016

An attendee of the Wreath of Hope ceremony pins a white flower to the wreath. The Wreath of Hope Ceremony was held in support of the fight to end domestic ... Read More

Mitchell Theater Presented “A Flea in Her Ear”

Mitchell Theater Presented “A Flea in Her Ear”

NewsElisabeth Slay- October 17, 2016

Actors Kevin Mandt, Lydia McBee Reed, Casey Longacre, Arianna Nero and Cain Graham performed varies elements of physical comedy in the production of "A Flea in Her Ear" Oct 13-16 at Mitchell Theater. (Photo ... Read More

Clown Sightings Leave Citizens Unsettled

Clown Sightings Leave Citizens Unsettled

NewsElisabeth Slay- October 13, 2016

Clowns have become a scare across the nation recently, but it isn't just children's nightmares they're haunting; it's the cities of America. Clown sightings have been reported throughout the U.S. ... Read More