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CODI Thursday Schedule

Thursday Schedule 9- Lecture- Kritiks (Chris Loghry) (LAR 232) 1130- Lunch 1 Labs 430 Dinner 6 Labs

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CODI Wednesday Schedule

Wednesday Schedule 9- Lecture- Counterplans (Matt Moore) 1130- Lunch 1- Advanced Lab- Lab Time, Beginning and Intermediate Lab Demo Debate LAR 232 430 Dinner 6 Labs  

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CODI Tuesday Schedule

  9AM Roll Call and Lecture: Topicality and Theory (Courtney Schauer) 1130 Lunch 1 Labs 430 Dinner 6-8 Labs

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CODI Monday Schedule

CODI Monday Schedule 9-1130 Debating Case and Disads LAR 332 1130-1 Lunch 1-430- Labs 430-6 Dinner 6-8 Labs

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Celebrate Independence Day at UCO

The 4th of July is always a special time of year at UCO with all sorts of events and activities happening on and around campus as part of Edmond LibertyFest. This year will be no exception with a parade, the Summer Band Concert in the Park, and the always spectacular fireworks display. Traditionally, the Concert […]

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TWEET VIA @DONBETZ: https://t.co/SNYbETjwEF

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TWEET VIA @DONBETZ: The 2016 UCO Endeavor Games are a testimony to the…

The 2016 UCO Endeavor Games are a testimony to the triumph of the human spirit and the power of collaboration and caring. Bravo!!

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TWEET VIA @DONBETZ: UCO Endeavor Games are another unqualified success…

UCO Endeavor Games are another unqualified success. Thanks to Katrina, Heather, Amanda and the posse of dedicated sponsors and volunteers.

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Jamey Aebersold Books Have Arrived!

Jamey Aebersold books have arrived at the Max Chambers Library. The first volume was published in 1967; now, nearly fifty years later, there are over 130 volumes. His play-along series is one of, if not the most recognized series of jazz play-alongs. Aebersold is known internationally as a saxophonist and as an “authority on jazz […]

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New Opera Scores

June 1, 2016 We’ve received new copies of three (3) chamber operas into our score collection: Pimpinone, by Telemann (1725) La Vie Brève by Manuel de Falla (1914) A Little Nightmare Music by Peter Schickele a.k.a. P.D.Q. Bach (1983) From Telemann’s Baroque to PDQ’s Twentieth century satirical settings, the new arrivals represent a great diversity […]

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