Category: News

Meth Photo Exhibit Comes to Campus
News, Health

Meth Photo Exhibit Comes to Campus

Jeff Elkins- July 12, 2019

The University of Central Oklahoma’s Photographic Arts program and School of Criminal Justice are collaborating on a photo exhibit of clandestine methamphetamine labs that span ... Read More

Neuhold-Ravikumar’s First Week of Presidency
Campus, News

Neuhold-Ravikumar’s First Week of Presidency

Lauren Morris- July 9, 2019

University of Central Oklahoma President Patti Neuhold-Ravikumar has held office for a little over a week, having started July 1. Former President Don Betz had ... Read More

Editorial: Ice Cream Tamper
Opinion, News

Editorial: Ice Cream Tamper

James D. Jackson- July 8, 2019

Cartoon by James D. Jackson. The purpose of social media is to create a platform that enables users to create and share content to others ... Read More

Oklahoma Toll Prices will Increase by 2.5 Percent
News, Campus

Oklahoma Toll Prices will Increase by 2.5 Percent

Kyle Tangco- July 7, 2019

The Oklahoma Turnpike Authority is set to increase toll prices by 2.5 percent on July 15 for cash customers  as part of Oklahoma’s Driving Forward ... Read More

Roadwork on 15th and Santa Fe Begins
News, Campus

Roadwork on 15th and Santa Fe Begins

Kyle Tangco- July 3, 2019

The Edmond City Council initiated phase one of an $800,000 construction project last week at 15th Street and Santa Fe Avenue to resurface the road’s ... Read More

New Laws for Oklahoma Drivers Now in Effect
News

New Laws for Oklahoma Drivers Now in Effect

Jeff Elkins- July 1, 2019

Starting this week, Oklahoma drivers will retain their license plates when they sell their vehicle and must always have an up-to-date certificate of registration available ... Read More

Dominican Republic Illness Hits Deer Creek
Health, News

Dominican Republic Illness Hits Deer Creek

JaNae Williams- June 30, 2019

The Dominican Republic is facing increased scrutiny from those making travel plans due to 11 recorded deaths in the last year and more recent reports ... Read More