Author: Megan Prather

UCO Alums to Earn Induction to Journalism Hall of Fame

UCO Alums to Earn Induction to Journalism Hall of Fame

NewsMegan Prather- April 27, 2017

UCO alumni Gene Triplett, left, Ralph Schaefer, middle, and Paul R. Lehmen are three of the nine journalists to be inducted in to the Oklahoma Journalism Hall of Fame on ... Read More

Women’s History Month Honors Strides and Struggles Alike

Women’s History Month Honors Strides and Struggles Alike

OpinionMegan Prather- March 27, 2017

Since 1995, the month of March has been designated to reflect on the contributions made to our society as well as the strides towards equality made by badass women, past and ... Read More

Plenty of Problems with Oklahoma Abortion Bill Besides ‘Host’ Comment

Plenty of Problems with Oklahoma Abortion Bill Besides ‘Host’ Comment

OpinionMegan Prather- February 17, 2017

Oklahoma State Rep. Justin Humphrey prepares to speak before a Public Health Committee at the State Capitol in Oklahoma City, Tuesday, Feb. 14, 2017. Humphrey submitted House Bill 1441 requiring ... Read More

Republicans Boast DeVos

Republicans Boast DeVos

OpinionMegan Prather- February 13, 2017

Education Secretary Betsy DeVos addresses Education Department staff, Wednesday, Feb. 8, 2017, at the Education Department in Washington. (AP Photo/Molly Riley) Betsy DeVos was confirmed as Education Secretary on February ... Read More

#NoBanNoWall Demonstration Held at UCO

#NoBanNoWall Demonstration Held at UCO

Main StoryMegan Prather- February 1, 2017

A peaceful demonstration was held Wednesday at the Blue Tent in response to #NoBanNoWall. Read More

Standing In Solidarity

Standing In Solidarity

OpinionMegan Prather- January 30, 2017

Attendees of the Women's March on Oklahoma had signs at the Oklahoma City Capitol on Saturday, Jan. 2017. Protestors across the world gathered in resistance against President Donald Trump and to raise ... Read More

SQ 790: Government to Assist Religious Institutions with Public Funds

SQ 790: Government to Assist Religious Institutions with Public Funds

NewsMegan Prather- November 3, 2016

In this Monday, Oct. 5, 2015 file photo, workers remove the Ten Commandments monument from its base on the grounds of the state Capitol in Oklahoma City. Oklahoma's lawmakers want ... Read More

Right to Farm or Right to Harm?

Right to Farm or Right to Harm?

NewsMegan Prather- November 2, 2016

In this Wednesday, Oct. 26, 2016 photo, cattle surrounded by dirt and dead grass can be seen following a tractor to be feed with hay on David Bailey's farm, in ... Read More

Fueling Oklahoma’s Educational Future: SQ 779

Fueling Oklahoma’s Educational Future: SQ 779

NewsMegan Prather- November 1, 2016

Shawn Sheehan, Oklahoma's 2016 Teacher of the Year, stands in his classroom in Norman, Okla., Thursday, Oct. 20, 2016. A proposed 1 percent sales tax hike to fund public education ... Read More

State Questions 780 & 781: Non-Violent Drug Possession Crimes and Property Theft

State Questions 780 & 781: Non-Violent Drug Possession Crimes and Property Theft

NewsMegan Prather- November 1, 2016

A man prepares a blunt, a hollowed out cigar filled with marijuana. Oklahoma state questions 780 and 781 are concerned with the punishment for non-violent crimes such as drug possession or ... Read More