Creating a Plan to Pay for College

Using the tools and resources to create your financial plan

One of the most common questions that we get from incoming students and parents is “how much is this going to cost?”  and the next question is often “how are we going to pay for this?” While the cost of paying for college can be overwhelming, there are a few things . . .  read more

Ladies in Cities and Legends

Geoffrey Chaucer’s “The Legend of Good Women” and Christine de Pizan’s “The Book of the City of Ladies” are inherently similar stories. A collection of stories presented to the reader as a prophetic dream, written down and translated into story for all to read, especially the female audience. I will say I can compare the two well, but . . .  read more

Big Service Peppers the Community

Photo of student planting a tree

by Sanam Bhakta —  

The University of Central Oklahoma’s Big Event is one of the biggest events at UCO. This “day of service” has a 19-year tradition at UCO, having spread nationwide after starting at Texas A&M in 1982. Throughout the years, Big Event has sent out thousands of volunteers to the Edmond area, positively impacting our . . .  read more

Zhuangzi’s Wanderings

What Are We Exactly?

Everyone claims that they know exactly who they are. They could be self-reliant and emotional people or they could be narcissistic dwellers, but do we all know who we really are? Do we really know anything about the world around us and what it possibly means? Zhuangzi thinks he has an idea or two about what exactly we could consider ourselves and . . .  read more

Can Time of Day Affect Your Workout Performance?

by: Reagan Crichton

We all know the benefits of exercises and how good it is for us, but have you ever sat back and thought that you could be getting more benefits if you workout at a different time? Yes, you will always benefit from the physical activity and exercise you are participating in. There have been studies . . .  read more

Checking in on Li Bo

Earth is a strange place. We come here every year to check on him, our son, to make sure he’s doing well. We’d take him back with us, back to his life on our planet, but he’s been on Earth ever since he was a baby, sent there in a ship that wasn’t supposed to be open. By the time we finally found him, he was an adult. They . . .  read more

Voting today!!

It’s Election Day!

Today is Election Day for voters in seventy-three (73) counties! Elections on the ballot include the Board of Education General Election, statutory municipal elections, and special elections – including an election in Senator District 22. The polls will be open from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.

You can view a sample ballot or find your polling . . .  read more

We are closed

We are closed for the rest of the semester due to a renovation project in our area. We are excited about the renovation but sad that we had to close early. We have enjoyed serving you this year and look forward to seeing you in the fall!