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One of the hardest questions to answer is “why?”

I know that I am ranting about this in April; a couple of months late, but one of my biggest pet peeves about a person’s New Year’s revolution is when it is to start working out again. The reason I hate this so much is because the majority of the people who say they are [...]

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L’Elisir d’Amore to be Performed at UCO

Is there anything more powerful than love? Obviously. The seductive scent of fresh pizza. Also, love potions. Duh. Just ask Nemorino, the protagonist of Gaetano Donizetti’s L’Elisir d’Amore–about the potion, I mean, not the pizza. Well, maybe the pizza. I hear Italians know a thing or two about that, but I digress. The point is, [...]

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Weight Training during Pregnancy

Research regarding weight training during exercise can cause quite a controversy. Despite the controversey, there are a few tips that can help pregnancy women workout more safely and comfortably. I urge you to keep an open mind. After all, getting back into an exercise routine after you have a little one can be pretty tough.
1.  Keep up [...]

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Green Smoothie Summer!

Summer is just right around the corner! Who doesn’t love summer? With all the fresh fruit, the family get- together’s; sometimes it can be had to decide what to bring to the function. Green smoothies are the new “it” thing, and why not bring a batch of the best smoothie you can make to the [...]

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The Color Run

OKLAHOMA CITY, OK: This race isn’t timed, it does not declare a winner or a loser. This race is “The happiest 5k on the planet.”  The Color Run has been going on since January of 2012, this race promotes health as well as charity in local communities. According to TheColorRun.com, this race is full of [...]

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Broncho Secondary Is First Priority

Spring Football season is underway at the University of Central Oklahoma and in the third season under Head Coach Nick Bobeck big changes are expected and big improvements are required after consecutive 2-8 seasons in the nations toughest Division II conference, the MIAA.
 
The changes made to the UCO Football program are no more evident than [...]

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Streaks Are Made To Be Broken

EDMOND, OK – At WrestleMania 30 which took place Sunday, April 6, The Undertaker’s 23-year-long winning streak came to an end.
The Undertaker, a WWE mainstay since the early 90’s, earned the moniker “The Phenom” by not only competing in more WrestleManias than any other person in history, but winning every single WrestleMania match he has [...]

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Touched By A Rose!

Imagine living in a country where you had to suffer from Malaria diseases, starvation, slavery, and also having no education to have a chance to make it in life. Now imagine meeting a leader who took it upon herself to teach, and also lead others to a better lifestyle with nothing but her art and [...]

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