ACM@UCO ALUMNI BAND SPACE4LEASE INDEPENDENTLY DROP LATEST ALBUM, “BOSKY HILL SESSIONS”

ACM alumni Grayson Hamm, Walt Blythe, Caleb Grey and Brandon Brewer of psychedelic indie-rock band Space4Lease recently dropped their EP, “Bosky Hill Sessions.” Caleb Grey and Walt Blythe serve as the general managers for the band with Blythe also serving as the independent group’s booking agent. The four-piece formed in 2014 out of Oklahoma City and […]

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ACM@UCO VOCAL PERFORMANCE ALUMNAE MALLORY EAGLE DROPS FIRST ALBUM, “RED DIRT HOME”

ACM vocal performance alumnae and Americana/Country artist Mallory Eagle dropped her first album, “Red Dirt Home,” late February. The album highlights many of her musical influences such as Bluegrass, Country, Folk and Roots. Mallory can be found playing locally around Oklahoma City and at The Rodeo Opry most Saturday nights as the house band background vocalist. […]

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What the “H?”

There’s an age-old question at Central that circulates among new and prospective students, community members and the general public – why in the world is Bronchos spelled with an “h?” We all know that many other schools, who also happen to have Buddy-like mascots, spell their names without the alphabet’s magic eighth letter, so why […]

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QUEEN OF ROCKABILLY WANDA JACKSON TO VISIT ACM@UCO FOR A BOOK SIGNING AND INTERVIEW

Thursday, March 15, 6:30 p.m. ACM@UCO Performance Lab. Tickets $27 – Autobiography included in ticket price. Join ACM@UCO for a special evening with the First Lady of Rock’n’Roll and the Queen of Rockabilly, Wanda Jackson, as we celebrate the release of her autobiography, “Every Night is Saturday Night: A Country Girl’s Journey to the Rock […]

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JUDY COLLINS TO PRESENT A MASTERCLASS MARCH 9 AT ACM

Friday, March 9, 2 p.m. ACM@UCO Songwriting Room. Free and open to the public. Grammy-winning musician, author and social activist Judy Collins will visit ACM@UCO for a Masterclass in partnership with CityRep. Collins has released over 50 albums since 1961 including interpretations of works by Leonard Cohen, Joni Mitchell and Bob Dylan. Her most recent […]

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IT Superheros At UCO

Superheroes abound in the movie world these days. Superman is faster than a speeding bullet. Spider-Man has tingling Spidey senses. The Hulk smashes. Thor has his mighty hammer. Iron Man is…well Iron Man. They use their special powers to protect the world from evil and provide endless hours of movie fun. UCO IT staff members […]

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Perfect Shoe for You

by: Megg Taylor, Stephanie Smith, Jasmine Wood, Skylar Dowdy, Shaje Moore, Rylee Bellmon, and Traviah Matthews Like there is a variety of activities that you can partake in, there is a variety of equipment needed and believe it or not, your shoe choice is a part of that preparation! Picking the right shoe for the […]

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Where is the Swole Factory?

By: Rylee Bellmon, Skylar Dowdy, Traviah Matthews, Shaje Moore, Stephanie Smith, Megg Taylor and Jasmine Wood The more comfortable you feel at a gym the more likely you will be motivated to go. When using your free pass that most gyms offer, go during your ideal time when you will be working out i.e. at […]

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Don’t Worry-Be Happy!

By:  Karli  Willson,  Cara  Daniels,  Caitlin  Pellegrino, Chandler Rhodes, Malorie Kalens, Lillian Sherrill Keywords: Anxiety, worry, exercise, improvements, activity Anxiety-What is it Really? Anxiety is an emotion that can be characterized by psychological stress and worry. Anxiety activates the sympathetic nervous system, also known as the fight-or-flight response, and floods  the   blood  with  the  hormone,   […]

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Starting the Intellectual Engine Online

Writen by Tracy Fairless, M.A., Director of Learning Design, Center for eLearning and Connected Environments – “Students should be made to grapple with the material and receive authentic practice in thinking like an expert,” said Carl Wieman, a Nobel Prize-winning physicist and associate director of the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy. In […]

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