Category: News

LX Studio to host first Solution Sprint
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LX Studio to host first Solution Sprint

Raquel Hutchens- July 12, 2021

LX Studio at the University of Central Oklahoma will hold its first Solution Sprint from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on July 13-14 at the ... Read More

UCO to consider revising fight song lyrics
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UCO to consider revising fight song lyrics

Dylan Stieber- July 5, 2021

The University of Central Oklahoma is convening a group of students and administrators to revise its fight song to make it more inclusive. Adrienne Nobles, ... Read More

OU health clinic leaves UCO after contract expires
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OU health clinic leaves UCO after contract expires

Kelly Merka- June 28, 2021

Starting July 1, the University of Central Oklahoma will no longer have a health clinic on campus due to the University of Oklahoma’s Physicians Health ... Read More

UCO Summer Band to kick off LibertyFest
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UCO Summer Band to kick off LibertyFest

Raquel Hutchens- June 21, 2021

The University of Central Oklahoma Summer Band will kick off Edmond’s LibertyFest with a Concert in the Park at UCO on Thursday, June 24.  The ... Read More

Petition calls for UCO Interim Assistant Dean to be permanently removed
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Petition calls for UCO Interim Assistant Dean to be permanently removed

Dylan Stieber- June 21, 2021

An online petition created by a former University of Central Oklahoma student is calling for the removal of Interim Assistant Dean, Kato Buss, after sexual ... Read More

Obama criticizes GOP establishment
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Obama criticizes GOP establishment

Kelly Merka- June 20, 2021

On June 7, former President Barack Obama criticized the GOP establishment for its complacency during the Trump administration, “I thought that there were enough guard ... Read More

The Office of Sustainability’s budget cut
News, Campus

The Office of Sustainability’s budget cut

Ainsley Martinez- June 14, 2021

The University of Central Oklahoma will not include the Office of Sustainability in the 2021-2022 budget for Student Affairs.  The elimination comes after a decline ... Read More