Author: Jacob Silva

The Bronchos prepare ahead of their matchups with Missouri Southern State
News, Sports

The Bronchos prepare ahead of their matchups with Missouri Southern State

Jacob Silva- November 19, 2020

Amid a tumultuous year, the University of Central Oklahoma men’s and women’s basketball teams will step into some sense of wavering normalcy next week as ... Read More

Second UCO student dies this month
News

Second UCO student dies this month

Jacob Silva- October 10, 2020

Member of the National Guard and University of Central Oklahoma student Miguel Angel Alvarado Sixtos died due to a “non-coronavirus illness” according to the Oklahoma ... Read More

MIAA moves forward with winter sports
Sports

MIAA moves forward with winter sports

Jacob Silva- October 1, 2020

After canceling both spring and fall sports, the MIAA met Oct. 1 to decide the status of winter and next spring’s athletic season. The MIAA ... Read More

Trump’s Supreme Court nomination
News, Politics

Trump’s Supreme Court nomination

Jacob Silva- September 28, 2020

On Saturday, President Donald Trump nominated his pick for the Supreme Court, selecting Judge Amy Coney Barrett for the seat. Barret is currently the circuit ... Read More

OPINION: Athletes and Social Change
News

OPINION: Athletes and Social Change

Jacob Silva- September 2, 2020

August 26, 2016: San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick kneels for the first time during the national anthem at the start of an NFL game. ... Read More

UCO Begins Free On-Campus Testing
Health, News

UCO Begins Free On-Campus Testing

Jacob Silva- August 20, 2020

The University of Central Oklahoma will offer free on-campus COVID-19 testing beginning Aug. 20. Tests will take place between 10 a.m. and 3 p.m. every ... Read More

UCO outlines what to do if exposed to COVID-19
News

UCO outlines what to do if exposed to COVID-19

Jacob Silva- August 17, 2020

The University of Central Oklahoma has outlined details for its protocol for students, faculty or staff who contract COVID-19. In an email sent to UCO ... Read More