Water services will be interrupted Tuesday.
Archives for October 2010
Matt Mullican will resign Nov. 5. The director of university apartments was offered an out-of-state-job.
Dr. Steve Agee will become interim dean of Meinders School of Business on Monday.
Officials have chosen the new interim business dean, but are keeping his or her name a secret.
A dean at a college in Dover, Del., mistakenly forwarded a confidential e-mail this week, which listed the names of 18 students at risk of flunking out, The News Journal, a local newspaper, reported.
A female student with pearly white teeth and blonde hair anxiously picks up her phone to make a call. It’s a call she’s made weekly for the past three months. She’s waiting to hear back from an organization that she’s passionate about. The official on the line tells her she’s still on the waiting list. She ends the call shortly thereafter.
Senators passed two pieces of emergency legislation tonight. The bills were amended before they passed by unanimous consent.
Alvin’s Cafe employees now deliver to dorms.
The first Free Movie Night of the academic year will be Wednesday, Oct. 27 at Harkins Bricktown 16, 150 E. Reno Ave.
Officials crowned Annalise Freeman Miss OCU 2011.
A concert hosted on campus last night to kick off Homecoming ended early due to inclement weather.
The concert, “Up ’til Dawn,” ended at 12:30 a.m., 30 minutes early due to weather conditions.
The 2010 Homecoming theme was announced last night by Student Activities Council officials.
The announcement was made at “Up ‘til Dawn” a benefit concert hosted by SAC.
Vince Orza is resigning as dean of the Meinders School of Business.
Students will raise their voices and model fashion on campus to raise money for cancer research.
“Fashion Now” is the name of this fundraiser that will be at 7 p.m. Oct. 22 in the Kirkpatrick Auditorium in Kirkpatrick Fine Arts Center.
OKLAHOMA CITY — The first known college campus raw vegan food station in the country will open for business Oct. 25 at OCU. The cafeteria is open to the public.
Student Government Association officials will do things a little differently this year when they bring back an event to campus.
“Up til’ Dawn,” a benefit concert for St. Jude’s Children’s Research Hospital, will be from 10 p.m. to 1 a.m. Oct. 21 on the Quad Lawn. The event will be moved to Freede Wellness Center if it rains.
The One Oklahoma Coalition and Yes on 744 Coalition will participate in a moderated discussion about state question 744 at 6 p.m. Oct. 28 in the Kerr-McGee Auditorium.
OKLAHOMA CITY – OCU officials will kick off its Day of the Dead celebration with an altar installation Oct. 24 and continue activities until Nov. 1 — the beginning of the two-day holiday.
OKLAHOMA CITY – OCU will welcome legendary tap dancer and stage performer Harold Cromer for an evening of dance and discussion Oct. 26.
The 30th anniversary Miss OCU pageant will be at 7 p.m. Oct. 23 in the Kirkpatrick Auditorium in Kirkpatrick Fine Arts Center.
Offices are in place and Phi Gamma Delta founding members are aiming to build a reputation.
Deadline for students to apply for organization allotments is approaching.
Students sighted in their pajamas Oct. 11 in the Tom and Brenda McDaniel University Center were not dressed that way due to lack of effort or laundry funds.
Nerds like me have been holding their collective breath for the last several weeks to see that (what?) in Middle Earth is going on with The Hobbit movie.
The Tom and Brenda McDaniel University Center now is open 24 hours Monday through Thursday
The Student Choreography Show “Just Dance… Gonna Be OK” will feature 184 dancers from various disciplines across the OCU campus.