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Chinese New Year event to go virtual on Saturday
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Chinese New Year event to go virtual on Saturday

Xiang Yu- February 26, 2021

The Chinese New Year celebration took on a different look at the University of Central Oklahoma this year as the ongoing pandemic and the winter ... Read More

UCO men drop third straight, fall to 10-10
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UCO men drop third straight, fall to 10-10

Tanner Johnson- February 25, 2021

The University of Central Oklahoma men's basketball fell to the Rogers State Hillcats 87-80 Wednesday afternoon to give the Bronchos their third-straight loss.   https://twitter.com/ucoathletics/status/1364710171075743746 ... Read More

UCO women lead wire-to-wire against Griffons
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UCO women lead wire-to-wire against Griffons

Tanner Johnson- February 25, 2021

The University of Central Oklahoma women's basketball beat the Missouri Western Griffons Wednesday night 83-75. It was the fifth consecutive win for the Bronchos.   ... Read More

Miss Black and Old Gold crowned
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Miss Black and Old Gold crowned

Lyric Peterson- February 11, 2021

On Sunday, Miss Black and Old Gold Scholarship Competition crowned Zion Carter as the winner for the 2021 pageant. Carter now holds the title of ... Read More

What I learned from having COVID-19
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What I learned from having COVID-19

Jacob Silva- February 9, 2021

I was diagnosed with COVID-19 on Dec. 21, and through that experience I found new perspectives, both good and bad.  Even the good things came ... Read More

UCO pageant prepares for competition
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UCO pageant prepares for competition

Lyric Peterson- February 6, 2021

The University of Central Oklahoma Miss Black and Old Gold Scholarship Competition will look different this year due to COVID-related restrictions. “One of the biggest ... Read More

International students in OK eligible to receive vaccine
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International students in OK eligible to receive vaccine

Amanda Siew- February 3, 2021

International students in Oklahoma will be eligible to receive COVID-19 vaccines free of charge when it becomes available, according to the Oklahoma State Department of ... Read More