Standardized Test

Brittnie Roe
 
Oklahoma City
 
Are standardized tests getting easier?
 
We all went through them in schools, but now it seems that schools are taking a nnew approach to taking these tests.
 
 
Marionette Gibson, a 4th grade teacher at Tinker Elementary, says that the school is going to provide a balanced breakfast to all students, take more breaks during the test, [...]

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Lending a Helping Hand

The Students for an Accessible Society was hosting its annual Disability Awareness Week last Monday through Thursday. Helping out with the Mobility impaired portion of this event is William Smith a former Combat Ranger who knows what it’s like to be mobile impaired.
“In 2006 our convoy was hit with several IED’s and I was thrown [...]

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Tennis Club is On The Courts

EDMOND, Ok – The UCO Tennis Club has been battling for use of the campus courts for about a year.  President Jimmy Lai is the man that has been taking on the task.
Lai is the President of the club and the one who started it. He has been playing since middle school and on his [...]

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Internationals fight for their country’s pride

EDMOND, Okla. – University of Central Oklahoma’s International Student Council held its second part of their annual International Olympics at the Wellness Center this weekend. The preliminaries were held on April 5th and 6th. Students from over twenty-five countries represented their country in different disciplines, volleyball, dodgeball, soccer, pingpong, badminton and basketball. “This is the [...]

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Durant, Jordan, and The Oklahoma City Economy

Oklahoma City, OK- Everywhere you go whether it be a city as small as Henryetta or as big as Oklahoma City, you will hear or see something about the Thunder. Oklahomans are very proud of their state and are even prouder of their six year old team. Although the Thunder have never won the championship, [...]

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Bronchos Hire New Assistant Volleyball Coach

(EDMOND, Okla.) – University of Central Oklahoma welcomes new assistant volleyball coach, Kera Dukic.
Dukic is a graduate from Arkansas Tech University where she played for four years then coached for three.  Looking forward to something new, Dukic is excited to be a part of the Broncho staff and “compliment the head coach, Edgar (Miraku), and [...]

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Meet Local Up and Coming Jewelry Designer

Oklahoma City – Up and coming local jewelry designer Lexi Piper, has recently launched a website (LexiPiper.com) featuring and selling her own unique, handcrafted jewelry. Piper was a graduate from the University of Central Oklahoma in 2012 earning a degree in Studio Art with a focus on photography and metal smith. Her collection includes a plethora of [...]

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Neon Lights

EDMOND,OKLA.- Photography is pleasing to the eye with its creativity and imagination.  Staring at it for one second an idea of the general topic but staring at the entire picture for much longer will give an entire story.  Professor Jesse Miller of UCO loves neon signs, and this is his newest project.  His photo project [...]

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See Spot Run

A few short weeks form now runners and dog lovers will once again lace up their shoes and leash up their dogs for the annual See Spot Run. Each year the run generates thousands of dollars for Free to Live, a no-kill animal sanctuary.
This year’s run will be held May 10th  on the corner 2nd [...]

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UCO softball tours Kansas over the weekend

EDMOND OK… “We have to play hard and play our game!” said Katlynn Shrock That is the plan of the University of Central Oklahoma women’s Softball team as it travels to Topeka, and Emporia, Kansas. The Broncho’s will spend the weekend traveling across the state of Kansas and playing four games in two days. On [...]

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