Author: Katie Standlee

UCOPD is Only One Call Away

UCOPD is Only One Call Away

NewsKatie Standlee- April 17, 2018

University of Central Oklahoma Chief of Police Jeff Harp introduces updates to be made to the emergency phones across campus during a UCOSA Congress meeting on Monday, April 9. These ... Read More

UCOSA Passes Legislation to Change Bylaws

UCOSA Passes Legislation to Change Bylaws

NewsKatie Standlee- April 10, 2018

Newly elected chair Tate Atkinson presides of Committee of the Whole to review new legislation before voting on whether or not to bring it to the floor. (Ryan Naeve/The Vista) ... Read More

UCOSA Makes Changes, Violations Continue

UCOSA Makes Changes, Violations Continue

NewsKatie Standlee- March 29, 2018

Bottom Middle: Vice Chair Kalina Popova, left, Chair Remington Dean, center, and Secretary Mario Figueroa address the student body during the UCOSA Congress meeting on Feb. 12 in the Nigh ... Read More

UCOSA President Apologizes to SAFE

UCOSA President Apologizes to SAFE

NewsKatie Standlee- March 29, 2018

During the coverage of the Ken Ham controversy, the University of Central Oklahoma’s LGBTQ+ and Student Alliance for Equality communities were incorrectly accused of bullying UCO Student Association President Stockton ... Read More

Gun Control Issue Sparks More Debate

Gun Control Issue Sparks More Debate

NewsKatie Standlee- March 7, 2018

Maya Morales, 15, holds a sign during a walkout and demonstration for gun control at Anderson High School in Austin, Texas, on Friday Feb. 23, 2018. (Jay Janner/Austin American-Statesman via ... Read More

New Bill to Give Businesses More Leniency

New Bill to Give Businesses More Leniency

NewsKatie Standlee- February 28, 2018

  Angela Page of UCO Disability Support Services guides a UCO student trying to use a wheelchair during a disability awareness event at Broncho Lake. (Vista Archives) The United States ... Read More

Edmond Public Schools Hosts Annual Teacher Fair

Edmond Public Schools Hosts Annual Teacher Fair

NewsKatie Standlee- February 23, 2018

A student listens to his teacher give a lecture and takes notes on his laptop. Edmond Public Schools is hosting the annual Teacher Fair to encourage those with teaching degrees ... Read More

Florida Shooting Prompts “Never Again” Movement

Florida Shooting Prompts “Never Again” Movement

NewsKatie Standlee- February 20, 2018

Florida Gov. Rick Scott, center, speaks during a news conference near Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Fla., where a former student is suspected of killing at least 17 ... Read More

Forming Financial Habits in the Formative Years

Forming Financial Habits in the Formative Years

NewsKatie Standlee- February 16, 2018

(Provided/Pixabay) As a college student, figuring out where to begin when it comes to personal finance can be frustrating. At the University of Central Oklahoma, however, students have access to ... Read More

Coffee Jerks Make Nice in OKC

Coffee Jerks Make Nice in OKC

NewsKatie Standlee- February 7, 2018

A customer sits at the table in front of Coffee Jerk’s counter in Oklahoma City. The shop opened in November 2017 with a grand opening on Jan. 30, 2018. (Ryan ... Read More