Category: News

Students Elect New Congressional Leadership

Students Elect New Congressional Leadership

NewsChristian Tabak- April 4, 2018

 Tate Atkinson makes a speech and answers questions before being elected UCOSA Congress Chair on Monday, April 2 in the Nigh University Center Will Rogers Room. (Janessa Egler/The Vista) The ... Read More

White Nationalist Group Recruits on Campus

White Nationalist Group Recruits on Campus

NewsVy Luong- April 4, 2018

Identity Evropa recruitment posters hang on a UCO bulletin board inside Howell Hall in March 2018. The posters were promptly taken down by authorities after being notified of their unapproved ... Read More

Local Food Summit Comes to Campus

Local Food Summit Comes to Campus

NewsMegan Thele- April 3, 2018

(Provided/Pixabay) The University of Central Oklahoma's Students for Sustainability is hosting a Local Food Summit to shed light on sustainably sourced food on April 11 in the Nigh University Center ... Read More

Walkout Impacts Education Students

Walkout Impacts Education Students

NewsChristian Tabak- April 3, 2018

Protestors stand outside of the Oklahoma State Capitol holding a banner depicting Mary Fallin and reading “Oklahoma State of Despair” on Monday, April 2. Teachers and supporters gathered at the ... 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

Oklahoma Shoots Down Free Speech Bills

Oklahoma Shoots Down Free Speech Bills

NewsChristian Tabak- March 28, 2018

Oklahoma State Capitol Building. (Cara Johnson/The Vista) Four bills that would have dramatically changed policies governing free speech at college and university campuses across the state are now dead for ... Read More

UCO Student Murdered in Northwest Oklahoma City

UCO Student Murdered in Northwest Oklahoma City

NewsChristian Tabak- March 27, 2018

Collis Walker poses for his football headshot in the fall 2015 season. Walker was shot in killed in northwest Oklahoma City on March 14. (Dan Smith/UCO Photo Services) The Oklahoma ... Read More

Edmond Family to Join Advocates at Parkinson’s Policy Forum in D.C.

Edmond Family to Join Advocates at Parkinson’s Policy Forum in D.C.

NewsDylan Brown- March 14, 2018

Advocates from Edmond, Okla. are heading to Capitol Hill in Washington D.C. to speak to Congressional members and Representatives on Parkinson's disease. (Provided/WikimediaCommons)   Eddie McCann and Caitlin Hinman of Edmond will join ... Read More

Title IX Office Helps Assault Victims on Campus

Title IX Office Helps Assault Victims on Campus

NewsAlejandro Gonzalez- March 8, 2018

Old North, the oldest building on the University of Central Oklahoma's campus, is located at the far west end of UCO. Sexual assault is a serious issue on college campuses, ... Read More