Author: JaNae Williams

Living Compromised During COVID-19
News, Health

Living Compromised During COVID-19

JaNae Williams- April 23, 2020

Globally, life has changed since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, but for those with chronic illnesses and conditions that compromise their immune systems, the ... Read More

A Changing Energy in Oklahoma City
In-Depth

A Changing Energy in Oklahoma City

JaNae Williams- March 4, 2020

On Dec. 10, Oklahoma City residents voted to approve the resolution for MAPS4 as put forward by the mayor and city council, including a multipurpose ... Read More

Former UCO Police Officer Killed in Car Accident
News

Former UCO Police Officer Killed in Car Accident

JaNae Williams- February 18, 2020

A retired University of Central Oklahoma police officer, most recently employed as a Canadian County Sheriff’s Deputy, was killed in a car accident while on ... Read More

BlocWorks Brings Bouldering to Downtown Edmond
Life

BlocWorks Brings Bouldering to Downtown Edmond

JaNae Williams- February 12, 2020

The revitalization of downtown Edmond is set to reach new heights with the opening of  BlocWorks Climbing Company, a climbing gym, planned for later this ... Read More

Mental Illness in Oklahoma – Seeking Help In A System Without Adequate Resources
News

Mental Illness in Oklahoma – Seeking Help In A System Without Adequate Resources

JaNae Williams- December 12, 2019

At around 11 years old she started to notice the signs. Her parents brushed it off as puberty. A decade later, mental illness has left ... Read More

Second Annual Local Food Summit Invites Community to Build on Past Success
Campus

Second Annual Local Food Summit Invites Community to Build on Past Success

JaNae Williams- December 11, 2019

The University of Central Oklahoma Students for Sustainability will host its Second Annual Local Food Summit Wednesday, Nov. 13, 2019 from 5 p.m. to 8 ... Read More

The Fight to Cap Rising Insulin Prices for Diabetic Patients
Health

The Fight to Cap Rising Insulin Prices for Diabetic Patients

JaNae Williams- December 11, 2019

On May 22, Colorado governor Jared Polis signed a bill into law capping the price of insulin at $100 per month for patients with insurance. ... Read More