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Local businesses support artists amidst pandemic
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Local businesses support artists amidst pandemic

Lillian Myers- May 2, 2021

Artists have had to find a new way to expose their paintings because of COVID-19. With no art festivals, many artists have had to get ... Read More

New partnership offers internship to UCO students
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New partnership offers internship to UCO students

Christina Bass- May 2, 2021

The University of Central Oklahoma Women’s Research Center, BGLTQ+ Student Center, women’s gender and sexuality studies programs and YWCA Oklahoma City are partnering to help ... Read More

UCO BronchoThon raises thousands
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UCO BronchoThon raises thousands

Lyric Peterson- April 22, 2021

BronchoThon announced April 10 that they raised $65,448.21 for the yearly fundraising events.   BronchoThon is a yearlong philanthropic organization that raises funds for Children’s Hospital ... Read More

UCO releases spring graduation schedule
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UCO releases spring graduation schedule

Amanda Siew- April 22, 2021

The University of Central Oklahoma released new details Wednesday about the upcoming in-person commencement ceremonies for spring and summer 2021 graduates and 2020 alumni. In ... Read More

Remembering Candice McDonald
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Remembering Candice McDonald

Amanda Siew- April 6, 2021

The life of the party. A joy. Beautiful soul. Bubbly. The center of attention. These were some of the words friends and family used to ... Read More

Movie theaters reopen some continue to stay home
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Movie theaters reopen some continue to stay home

Demetri Cruse- April 2, 2021

Movie theatres in Oklahoma are slowly starting to open with social distancing rules after closing due to the ongoing pandemic that has been in effect ... Read More

UCO Parking introduces new tech
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UCO Parking introduces new tech

Lyric Peterson- April 1, 2021

UCO sent out an email stating: “UCO Introduces License Plate Recognition Technology and Virtual Permits.” The new technology allows for students and faculty to use ... Read More