When you think of embroidery, you might picture quaint tea towels, stitched with inspirational quotes, surrounded by bouquets of flowers, or a cherished baby blanket, lovingly sewn by a doting grandmother. However, “Poetic Embroidery,” the current show at Central’s Melton Gallery hopes to challenge that notion, showcasing what embroidery means . . .
Uprooting your life to move to another country is imaginably difficult for a 17-year-old from San Luis Potosi, Mexico, and yet, for Victor Acosta, a University of Central Oklahoma alumnus, this became his reality.
On his 17th birthday, Acosta moved from Mexico to the United States with his family, in the hope of finding a better life. But as he began . . .
It’s a tale as old as time – older than Old North even. We’re talking about love, people.
With a history dating back to 1890, Central is no stranger to love, but what does modern-day love look like on our campus?
In an effort to discover the different stages of love at UCO, we got to know three Central couples who have weaved the bronze and blue . . .
As UCO grads settle into life post-graduation, Nathan Box, a Central alumnus (Broadcast Communications, ’07) penned a letter* to these new alumni on his own blog, offering sage advice for the future:
According to social media, another 1,000+ graduates turned their tassels at the University of Central Oklahoma. 10 years ago, . . .