Healthy nutrition vs unhealthy nutrient while exercising: Is exercise really just enough?

by: Breion Young and Kayla Rogers These days everybody is getting into the fitness. Gym memberships across the nation are increasing and the average member age is becoming lower by the year. For some the, “Big Step” is actually getting into the gym, finding what fits you and staying committed to it. For others that […]

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Week 7 – Lessons in Leadership – Bill Curry Video

During Bill Curry’s speech he discussed the fellowship of the miserable. How do you, as a leader, defeat the fellowship of the miserable?

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15 Ways to Get Your UCO Swag On

Hey there, Bronchos! We know that finding the perfect UCO gear can be challenging, so we have compiled a list of some of the best officially-licensed UCO gear we could find! UCO Original Wooly Crew Who needs a boyfriend when you have this sweatshirt? This zero-commitment cuddle buddy can be purchased here for $69.98. Broncho […]

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Stretch it Out

by: Shana Bunce There are many different workout trends that offer great benefits. You may experience physical benefits such as more energy or greater muscle mass. But is there something missing from your work out? Maybe in the cool down? Taking a lap around the track or decreasing the resistance on your recumbent bike are […]

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Are you in the Zone?

by: Alicia Sandlin Have you ever wanted to change up your workout to make it more interesting? If you have an activity tracker or heart rate monitor lying around then you might want to try heart rate based interval training. With this use of either one of those tools, you can change up your workout […]

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Exercise vs. Anxiety/Depression: Is exercise a beneficial remedy?

By: Kayla Rogers Edited By: Breion Young In today’s time, anxiety/depression effects merely 121 million people worldwide, and yet only about 25% of individuals seek help/ treatment  (Donaghy, 2007). In many cases, a lack of education on mental health, plays a role in the decision to not seek help. Also, the overall lack of treatment […]

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Where in the World Wide Web is the Web Redesign Project?

How does a university connect with an ever-evolving generation, who is more tech-savvy and digitally connected than ever? Well, we’re glad you asked. We gave our website a little of that “Fixer Upper” vibe and rolled out a brand new look. But, it’s not all sunshine GIFs and lazy memes. It’s hard work! Just ask […]

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Cyber Security Awareness Month Announced

[DRAFT] October is National Cyber Security Awareness Month and the Office of Information Technology wants the UCO community to stay cyber aware. The office is hosting multiple events in October to raise awareness of how to implement stronger security practices and raise community awareness. Throughout the month, many events are planned, including: Weekly quizzes and statistics – […]

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Week 6 Blog-Ken Parker

Ken Parker mentioned leadership is teachable and discussed how the concept of “change” can take different tenses and the power of today’s changing technology. How will you, a digital native, stay engaged with progressing technology while continuing to learn as a civilized and ethical leader?

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A group of UCO students stands in front of a library in Gulu, Uganda.

Reading Rainbow: Spreading Joy Through Literacy

As a college student in America, at any given moment, there is probably at least one book in your backpack, not to mention the countless books on shelves in your home. Now, imagine wanting to read, but not having the resources to do so. This summer, as part of a study tour, a group of […]

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