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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

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

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

Visiting professor: Synthetic rubber creation changed American corporations
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Visiting professor: Synthetic rubber creation changed American corporations

Samantha Royka- September 30, 2021

After World War II, the Eisenhower administration provided government funding to give large corporations a boost toward developing synthetic rubber, said Daniel Berkhout, visiting professor ... Read More

UCO gives new twist to ‘Laramie Project’
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UCO gives new twist to ‘Laramie Project’

Keely Sanchez- September 30, 2021

UCO Theater Arts gave a stage reading to  “The Laramie Project,” last week The story comes after Mathew Shepard’s murder in 1998 in Laramie, Wyoming. ... Read More

UCO community reacts to in-person classes
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UCO community reacts to in-person classes

Eden Jones- September 28, 2021

COVID-19 has shifted the way in which life on campus has functioned. After a year of virtual learning and extended classrooms, UCO has finally allowed ... Read More

Bike safety a priority since thefts
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Bike safety a priority since thefts

Samantha Royka- September 21, 2021

Since early August, there have been six or seven bike thefts on campus, said Jeff Harp, executive director of Public Safety and chief of police ... Read More