Author: Elizabeth Spence

Edmond Teen Confesses to Murder of Step-Mother

Edmond Teen Confesses to Murder of Step-Mother

NewsElizabeth Spence- April 7, 2017

Joshua Thomas Bryant, 17, confessed to the murder of his step-mother on April 4, 2017. Bryant has been arrested for the crime.  (Provided/ Edmond Police Department).  Joshua Thomas Bryant, 17, ... Read More

Convicted Felon Remains on the Run

Convicted Felon Remains on the Run

NewsElizabeth Spence- March 27, 2017

Two of three inmates who escaped the Lincoln County jail last week were apprehended, but one remains on the run. Read More

Undergraduate Enrollment Opens April 4

Undergraduate Enrollment Opens April 4

Main StoryElizabeth Spence- March 22, 2017

Scheduling an appointment with an adviser can help prevent problems during enrollment. Read More

Students Spend Spring Break as Volunteers

Students Spend Spring Break as Volunteers

NewsElizabeth Spence- February 20, 2017

Alternative Spring Break offers students a new perspective from volunteering in a community in another state. Read More

Lawmakers Jump the Gun with New Laws

Lawmakers Jump the Gun with New Laws

NewsElizabeth Spence- February 17, 2017

New gun laws introduced at the Oklahoma Capitol allow the state's residents to open-carry firearms without a permit. Read More

The Local Impact of Trump’s Immigration Orders

The Local Impact of Trump’s Immigration Orders

NewsElizabeth Spence- February 6, 2017

Oklahoma City police weigh in on the national immigration conversation. Read More

UCO Offers Safety Measures

UCO Offers Safety Measures

NewsElizabeth Spence- January 23, 2017

The University of Central Oklahoma offers an app and on-campus resources for students who may feel unsafe. https://youtu.be/Mh7XNLX_ncM Read More

The Death of the Newsroom

The Death of the Newsroom

OpinionElizabeth Spence- January 23, 2017

Newsrooms across America are rapidly declining with layoffs and downsizing. The New York Times is one publication that is cutting editorial staff. (Provided/ Pixabay.com).  The New York Times released an article saying that ... Read More

Do Campaign Signs Still Affect Voter Turnout?

Do Campaign Signs Still Affect Voter Turnout?

NewsElizabeth Spence- November 8, 2016

Campaign signs are a tool utilized frequently during elections. However, with the rise of the advertising industry and social media, do campaign signs still have an effect on voter turnout? ... Read More

AK-47 Allegations on Campus

AK-47 Allegations on Campus

NewsElizabeth Spence- November 6, 2016

Photo: AK-47 assault rifles are one of the most immediately recognized assault rifles in the world due to their wide usage, both recreationally and in combat. A UCO student was ... Read More