When I graduated from UCO in 2002, the school was transitioning from a simple "commuter" school that your grandparents called Central State into more of a traditional four-year institution that your grandparents still called Central State. The university built new on-campus student apartments, upgraded some athletic facilities and probably did something else that I didn't care about because I was graduating.
As part of that continuing evolution, UCO has now constructed a labyrinth. Yep, you read the right... a labyrinth. Here's a pic:
Uhm, that's it? Where's the big walls, muppets and Jennifer Connelly when she was too young to show her boobs in movie?
Well, I guess it's not that type of labyrinth. Apparently it's a place where students can get lost in their thoughts and fears while people make fun of them. Here's an unintentionally funny video of students navigating through the labryinth for NewsOK.com:
Oops, wrong unintentionally funny video. The 1980s sure were a strange decade. Here's the correct video:
Are those UCO students or employees of the Bluth Company? They look like they all attend the Midvale School for the Gifted. I'm sure that's a great recruiting tool for future students.
"Oh, that over there? Those are some of our brightest students navigating their way through the wall-less labyrinth. Want to go check it out?"
Anyway, the labyrinth will be dedicated on September 6th at 2:00pm. If you enjoy watching people walk aimlessly in a circle while staring at the ground, I guess go check it out.