Category: Feature

DACA Ends, Hope Begins

DACA Ends, Hope Begins

FeatureDylan Brown- September 14, 2017

Louis Frias kneels with his dog. The UCO senior was a member of DACA in the United States, which he attributes partly to his success (provided/ Louis Frias).  University of ... Read More

Discover UCO’s Miss America

Discover UCO’s Miss America

FeaturePeter Agnitsch- August 25, 2017

(Provided/ WikimediaCommons). "Lights, Camera, Action, Hi and welcome to Discover Oklahoma I'm Lauren Nelson," that is how Lauren Nelson greets her audience on Discover Oklahoma on Saturdays at 6 pm ... Read More

Charles Lamb the Shepherd of Edmond

Charles Lamb the Shepherd of Edmond

FeaturePeter Agnitsch- August 25, 2017

(Provided/ City of Edmond PIO) Edmond Mayor Charles Lamb was re-elected to his third term in office on April 4.  Lamb has been the mayor of Edmond for the past ... Read More

Here’s to You, Mr. Robinson

Here’s to You, Mr. Robinson

FeaturePeter Agnitsch- August 25, 2017

(Provided/ UCO Athletics).  Back in 1999 the top song was Cher's 'Believe', the Oscar Best Picture was Shakespeare in Love, and the UCO Men's basketball team was led by star ... Read More

The Cyndi Project

The Cyndi Project

FeatureKateleigh Mills- August 22, 2017

(Provided/Cyndi Munson) Raised in a single-parent household with dreams of going to college, Cyndi Munson defied the odds and became the first Asian-American woman to be elected to the Oklahoma House ... Read More

The Maturing Millennial: T-Minus Two Days

The Maturing Millennial: T-Minus Two Days

FeatureCarolyn Pickle- June 26, 2017

It’s starting to feel real. I’m about to be a wife. We got our marriage license on Wednesday and I almost cried seeing my new name on such an official ... Read More

Recent Poll Suggests Teachers Enjoy Money

Recent Poll Suggests Teachers Enjoy Money

FeatureDylan Brown- June 26, 2017

(Provided/ Pixabay.com).  Warning: This is a Humor Column that is a fictional story intended for satire. In a recent poll conducted by Edmond Ivy League University (EILU), it found that ... Read More

Plunkett Past Dark Tomorrow Night

Plunkett Past Dark Tomorrow Night

FeatureThe Vista- April 11, 2017

Plunkett Park, located towards the southwest end of the University of Central Oklahoma's campus, is the venue for the free annual event hosted by the Freshman Activities Board, Plunkett Past Dark. (Cara ... Read More

Study Shows Increase in Deaths for Middle-Aged White Americans

Study Shows Increase in Deaths for Middle-Aged White Americans

FeatureEmily Smith- April 7, 2017

A middle-aged white man poses for the camera. Studies have shown that the death rate of middle-aged white Americans has increased since 1999. (Provided/ Pixabay.com). In 2015, economist researchers Anne ... Read More

Embryoids Spark Moral Debate

Embryoids Spark Moral Debate

FeatureEmily Smith- March 27, 2017

Recent scientific developments involving human embryos have prompted moral debates. Read More