Tag: Oklahoma

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

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

Campus Sexual Assault Suspect in Custody

Campus Sexual Assault Suspect in Custody

NewsVy Luong- March 6, 2018

Max Chambers Library security foot- age shows the campus sexual assault suspect entering the east doors of the library on Wednesday, Feb. 28. The suspect allegedly made lewd comments and ... Read More

State Slashes University’s Budget Again

State Slashes University’s Budget Again

NewsChristian Tabak- March 6, 2018

Old North, the oldest building on the University of Central Oklahoma’s campus, is located at the far west end of UCO. The university is set to face more budget cuts ... Read More

UCOSA Appoints New Supreme Court Justices

UCOSA Appoints New Supreme Court Justices

NewsChristian Tabak- February 27, 2018

  UCOSA President Stockton Duvall addresses attendees of the Feb. 19 UCOSA Congress meeting in the Will Rogers Room of the Nigh University Center. (Evelyn Stewart/The Vista) A new slate ... Read More

Central in a Jam, Betz Invites Ham

Central in a Jam, Betz Invites Ham

NewsChristian Tabak- February 20, 2018

Old North is located at the far west end of the University of Central Oklahoma’s campus. This February, the university has been the center of free speech concerns after the ... Read More