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While Gen Z voted, many never made it to the polls

Matilda Harvey- November 22, 2022

As of the beginning of November, 2,295,906 Oklahomans were registered to vote, according to the OK Election Board website. 386,808 of those registered to vote ... Read More

Stitt retains governor seat in low turnout election
Politics, News

Stitt retains governor seat in low turnout election

Quinn Daugherty- November 22, 2022

Incumbent Governor Kevin Stitt defeated democratic challenger Joy Hofmeister in last Tuesday’s midterm election. Stitt tallied 639,484 votes compared to former Superintendent for Public Education ... Read More

Supreme Court examines the Indian Child Welfare Act during Native American Heritage Month
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Supreme Court examines the Indian Child Welfare Act during Native American Heritage Month

Sam Royka- November 22, 2022

Earlier this month, the Supreme Court examined a law meant to protect Indigenous families. The law encourages courts to place children with extended families and ... Read More

Vicki Behenna becomes first female district attorney in District 7
Politics, News

Vicki Behenna becomes first female district attorney in District 7

Quinn Daugherty- November 22, 2022

Former federal prosecutor and executive director of the Oklahoma Innocence Project Vicki Behenna is poised to begin her tenure as District 7’s first female District ... Read More

Town hall reveals desire to issue ‘no confidence’ vote against Neuhold-Ravikumar
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Town hall reveals desire to issue ‘no confidence’ vote against Neuhold-Ravikumar

Sam Royka- October 27, 2022

In a Faculty Town Hall held Oct. 5 in the College of Liberal Arts Lecture Hall, faculty members were invited to ask questions about proposed ... Read More

News, Campus

UCO facing Title IX lawsuit over female athletic facilities

Jocelyn Schifferdecker- September 27, 2022

The University of Central Oklahoma is facing a Title IX lawsuit for discrimination against female varsity athletes as a result of alleged unequal treatment and ... Read More

Inmates and officer die in private prison
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Inmates and officer die in private prison

Quinn Daugherty- September 27, 2022

Davis Correctional Facility (DCF) is an all-male private prison near Holdenville, Oklahoma run by Corecivic. Corecivic is the nation’s largest owner of partnership correctional, detention ... Read More