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UCO Temporarily Shifts to Online Classes
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UCO Temporarily Shifts to Online Classes

Jacob Silva- January 15, 2021

Classes will move to a virtual format at the University of Central Oklahoma until Feb. 1, officials stated today. A continuing rise in coronavirus cases ... Read More

Trump impeached after Capitol riot in historic second charge
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Trump impeached after Capitol riot in historic second charge

The Associated Press- January 13, 2021

WASHINGTON (AP) — President Donald Trump was impeached by the U.S. House for a historic second time Wednesday, charged with “incitement of insurrection” over the ... Read More

UCO students launch Anti-Hate project
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UCO students launch Anti-Hate project

Bryce McKinnis- December 7, 2020

UCO Strategic Communications students launched a new project, 1 Up Against Hate, to raise awareness on the spread of hate-speech within online gaming last week. ... Read More

Central Diversity’s final episode of 2020, “Diversity in Media”
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Central Diversity’s final episode of 2020, “Diversity in Media”

UCentral- December 5, 2020

The University of Central Oklahoma's UCentral, The Vista and UCO Association of Black Journalists host the last Central Diversity episode of 2020, "Diversity in Media". ... Read More

REVIEW: One, two, THREE Vanessa Hudgenses?
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REVIEW: One, two, THREE Vanessa Hudgenses?

Gretchen Houk- December 4, 2020

What’s better than one Vanessa Hudgens? Two!  But are three Vanessa Hudgens even better than two? Not if you are looking for a movie plot ... Read More

Gov. Kevin Stitt declares Dec 3 “Oklahoma Day of Prayer and Fasting”
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Gov. Kevin Stitt declares Dec 3 “Oklahoma Day of Prayer and Fasting”

Tanner Johnson- December 3, 2020

Gov. Kevin Stitt announced Monday that he is declaring Dec. 3 as a statewide day of prayer and fasting for all Oklahomans affected by the ... Read More

UCOSA closes semester with busy session
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UCOSA closes semester with busy session

Bryce McKinnis- December 1, 2020

UCOSA Secretary DeLauren Diaz said the final Congress of the semester is often the busiest. The UCO Student Association tackled numerous agenda items during its ... Read More