University of Central Oklahoma
University of Central Oklahoma


Bloody Sunday Anniversary

Yesterday marked the 50th anniversary of Bloody Sunday. On March 7, 1965, police used brutal force to attack civil rights demonstrators on the Edmund Pettus Bridge in Selma, Alabama. While Ava DuVernay’s timely blockbuster, Selma, has recently shed overdue light onto the incidence, there were predecessors who attempted to do the same. One such film […]

You Put in Good Work, Now Read Some Good Work

You Put in Good Work, Now Read Some Good Work

Finals are officially winding down and this blogger couldn’t be happier. Looking around the library the past two weeks it’s been hard not to draw certain parallels. For instance, a lot of people (myself included) looked like extras from the Walking Dead. More disturbing still, I haven’t seen anyone work so hard to keep a […]

obligatory foliage, as promised

Waste Deep Waters

I’ve never been one for objective blogging, but there are occasions worthy of exception. This is one of those occasions. October is, undeniably and irrevocably, the best month of the entire year.* Hands down. Bar none. That being said, expect some serious posting this month. I’m talking about a genuine onslaught of pure kitsch, camp, […]

See, told you she was in it.

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, […]