Author: Sam Royka

Supreme Court examines the Indian Child Welfare Act during Native American Heritage Month
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Supreme Court examines the Indian Child Welfare Act during Native American Heritage Month

Sam Royka- November 22, 2022

Earlier this month, the Supreme Court examined a law meant to protect Indigenous families. The law encourages courts to place children with extended families and ... Read More

Town hall reveals desire to issue ‘no confidence’ vote against Neuhold-Ravikumar
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Town hall reveals desire to issue ‘no confidence’ vote against Neuhold-Ravikumar

Sam Royka- October 27, 2022

In a Faculty Town Hall held Oct. 5 in the College of Liberal Arts Lecture Hall, faculty members were invited to ask questions about proposed ... Read More

Couple buys OKC Cafe
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Couple buys OKC Cafe

Sam Royka- August 31, 2022

When the previous owner of Cafe Oasis, 1135 NW 25 St., could no longer open the door, two employees had a choice to make.  When ... Read More

This week’s horoscopes
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This week’s horoscopes

Sam Royka- July 14, 2022

Aries - A Sagittarius moon starts this week off with a bang! This is an excellent time for your wild ideas. Something hangs in the ... Read More

States decide abortion laws after Supreme Court overturns Roe v. Wade
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States decide abortion laws after Supreme Court overturns Roe v. Wade

Sam Royka- June 26, 2022

The U.S. Supreme Court overturned Roe vs. Wade, sparking protests over the abortion ruling. A draft opinion published last month showed that the U.S. Supreme ... Read More

UCO professor seeks data for ‘supercomputer’ models of future climate
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UCO professor seeks data for ‘supercomputer’ models of future climate

Sam Royka- April 19, 2022

On the third floor of Howell Hall, in an office lined with stacks of books and papers, with a mushroom calendar on the wall featuring ... Read More

Censorship tightens as Russia/Ukraine war continues
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Censorship tightens as Russia/Ukraine war continues

Sam Royka- April 5, 2022

The U.S. seeks to exclude Russia from the U.N. Human Rights council while more than 50 Ukrainian historic and religious sites have sustained confirmed damage. ... Read More