Labyrinth walk makes monthly appearance
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Labyrinth walk makes monthly appearance

Courtney Stanbrough- October 12, 2021

The monthly campuswide community Labyrinth Walk took place today at the Heartland Plaza to give students the chance to reflect and meditate. Students and faculty ... Read More

Voters to decide park’s future
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Voters to decide park’s future

Lyric Peterson- October 8, 2021

On Oct. 12, Edmond residents will vote on a temporary sales tax to purchase 22 acres of land south of Hafer Park to avoid luxury ... Read More

UCO project SPEAK talks consent
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UCO project SPEAK talks consent

Hollye Carroll- October 8, 2021

Substances impair the ability to consent and there are ways to identify and intervene if you witness sexual assault happening, speakers with UCO’s Project SPEAK ... Read More

UCO rewards home crowd with big win
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UCO rewards home crowd with big win

Jaden Ford- October 8, 2021

The Bronchos make a statement over the Blue Tigers  The University of Central Oklahoma football team broke their three-game losing streak, winning 69-28 after taking ... Read More

‘RENT’ reflects past issues in present terms
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‘RENT’ reflects past issues in present terms

Ainsley Martinez- October 8, 2021

UCO Musical Theater presents the Tony Award and Pulitzer Prize-winning musical RENT just months after its 25th year anniversary in March. The musical follows the ... Read More

Leadership program applications open
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Leadership program applications open

Keely Sanchez- October 6, 2021

The University of Central Oklahoma’s Office of Diversity and Inclusion announced a Nov. 1 application deadline for the diversity leadership institute program for Spring 2022. ... Read More

Fall Break unchanged; campaign doesn’t move needle far enough
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Fall Break unchanged; campaign doesn’t move needle far enough

Christopher Lomelin and Kaleb Simmons- October 5, 2021

The University of Central Oklahoma’s “Move the Needle” campaign reported 44% of students registered their vaccinations, 6% short of their first goal. The university spent ... Read More