Category: News

Heat Alerts Issued Throughout Oklahoma
News, Health

Heat Alerts Issued Throughout Oklahoma

UCentral- July 10, 2020

By Autumn Roberts https://youtu.be/-Fl_J3oFPdA EMSA issued the second heat alert for the state's metro areas after treating several heat-related illnesses. Stay hydrated and cool by ... Read More

UCO Athletic Department Hosts Rally
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UCO Athletic Department Hosts Rally

Tanner Johnson- July 9, 2020

The University of Central Oklahoma Athletic Department hosted a rally throughout the campus on July 1, according to the UCO Athletics Twitter page. Students, coaches, ... Read More

UCO Athletics Adjust to COVID-19
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UCO Athletics Adjust to COVID-19

Jacob Silva- July 6, 2020

The University of Central Oklahoma is preparing for the fall semester and the athletics department is developing a plan to proceed safely with sports amidst ... Read More

Oklahoma Primaries: Race By Race
News, Politics

Oklahoma Primaries: Race By Race

Sarah Hite- June 30, 2020

Article written and compiled by JaNae Williams and Sarah Hite. Oklahoma will hold elections for several races in a June 30 primary. The Vista has ... Read More

What You Need to Know for Primary Voting in Oklahoma
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What You Need to Know for Primary Voting in Oklahoma

UCentral- June 29, 2020

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bDxcU39frfA&feature=youtu.be Ucentral and The Vista's Autumn Roberts explains everything you need to know to vote in Tuesday's Oklahoma primary elections. Read More

UCO Housing Acts on Racial Complaints
News, Campus

UCO Housing Acts on Racial Complaints

Sarah Hite- June 17, 2020

Following recent complaints about racism in their department, the Housing and Residential Engagement office at UCO released a statement Monday addressing a new plan to ... Read More

Missing or Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls: A Struggle of Life, Agencies and Data
News, In-Depth

Missing or Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls: A Struggle of Life, Agencies and Data

Haley Humphrey and Jeff Elkins- May 4, 2020

Indigenous women and girls have been turning up missing or murdered at an alarming rate in the United States, and limited data shows Oklahoma is ... Read More