Organizational leaders still may request SGA funding

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Funding still is available for campus organizations that didn’t receive the money they needed through the allotment process.

OCU falls to Columbia in three sets in NAIA volleyball championships

IOUX CITY, Iowa – OCU opened play in the NAIA volleyball championships with a 25-23, 25-18, 25-20 loss to Columbia (Mo.) on Tuesday at the Tyson Events Center.

Residence door handles purposefully missing, officials said

Maintenance is taking a handle on several broken doors in Oklahoma United Methodist Hall.

Senators pass anti-bullying resolution

Abbie Vestal, English freshman, listens as names of teens that have committed suicide due to bullying for being gay are read at the Anti-Bully Candlelight Vigil on Oct. 13 on the Quad Lawn. SPECTRUM, the university's LGBT organization, hosted the event. Photo: Brook Yancey/ The Campus

Student Government Association is encouraging OCU students, faculty and staff to take a stance against bullying.

Former murder defendant of OCU student gets 15 years for different crime

Freedom didn’t last long for a former murder defendant accused last year of murdering an OCU student.

University closes for holiday, students share plans

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The Thanksgiving holiday allows a time for most students to be with their family, enjoy a break from school and a turkey feast.

Officials to host semester’s final Free Movie Night

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The third Free Movie Night of the semester is Wednesday. This is the final Free Movie Night of the semester.

OCU prepares for flu season

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University health officials urge students to take precautions to ensure year-long health as the flu season nears.

OCU to host session for flexible, accelerated degree completion program

OKLAHOMA CITY— OCU’s School of Adult and Continuing Education (SACE) will host an information session next week to equip busy adults with opportunities to complete theirbachelor’s degrees.

Parking lots blocked off tomorrow

Tomorrow morning two campus parking lots will be blocked off due to on-campus events.

The first lady receives Governor’s Arts Award

OKLAHOMA CITY– The first lady Jan Ralls Henry received the Marilyn Douglass Memorial Award today from Governor Brad Henry at the 35th Annual Governor’s Arts Awards

Stunt teams ranked nationally

Oklahoma City University spirit squad stunters Daniel Laakman and Jena Stewart are sitting in the top five nationally after their preliminary submissions to compete at UCA Nationals.

First-time winner of art scholarship announced

Zach Burns, photography senior, receives the Brunel Faris Scholarship from Christiane Faris at the Brunel Faris Scholarship Reception in Norick Art Center. The scholarship awarded was $1,000. Photo: Susannah Waite/The Campus

The recipient of a first-time scholarship was announced today in Norick Art Center. About 50 people attended the Brunel Faris Scholarship Reception in honor of two deceased friends.

Officials name new associate business dean

Dr. Michael Williams

Officials named Dr. Michael Williams as associate dean of Meinders School of Business.

Dancers receive attire makeover

Laura Sniegowski, performs Nov. 6 with OCU Rhythms. Sniegowski is co-executive choreographer of the student-run stomp group. Photo: Marianne Pickens/ The Campus

OCU Rhythms, a student-run stomp group, will wear athletic pants during performances beginning this semester.

Stars earn convincing win in opener

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By Corbin Hosler, Multimedia Edtior Senior Forward Dee Proby stared down at his opponent before the game’s opening tip. Ten inches down. When the referee tossed the ball into the air, Proby’s counterpart from Ozark Christian didn’t even bother jumping, knowing he couldn’t jump high enough to make up the difference. Proby easily tipped the […]

Senators table bill, pass four bills unanimously

Student Senate passed four bills and tabled one bill at their Nov. 9 meeting. Two of the bills were presented by emergency.

Group encourages campus community to wear yellow ribbons

OKLAHOMA CITY — The Military Affinity Group at Oklahoma City University is planning to recognize Veterans Day by passing out yellow ribbons and MREs (meals ready to eat) from 11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Thursday.

Memorial services planned for former employee

Memorial services for Dorothy Graham are scheduled. Services will be hosted at 11 a.m. Saturday at Nichols Hills United Methodist Church, 1212 Bedford Drive.

Missouri slips past Stars 68-66

COLUMBIA, Mo. – Donica Cosby’s 3-pointer missed its mark as time expired in Oklahoma City University’s 68-66 exhibition loss to Missouri on Sunday at Mizzou Arena.

Homecoming Sweepstakes winner announced

Kourtni Beebe, acting senior, performs during Gamma Phi Beta’s Lip Sync on Nov. 5 in Abe Lemons Arena in Henry J. Freede Wellness and Activity Center. Gamma Phi Beta won the Lip Sync portion of Homecoming.

Eleven student organizations participated in Homecoming competitions this year. The Phi Gamma Delta colony only competed in the participation competition, which is separate from Homecoming Sweepstakes.

Officials crown Homecoming royalty

Kevin Keeling, Kappa Sigma fraternity representative, and Amanda Johnson, Gamma Phi Beta sorority representative, were crowned Homecoming king and queen. There were seven members of Homecoming court this year.

Officials crowned Kevin Keeling and Amanda Johnson as students’ 2010 Homecoming royalty.

Officials appoint vice president for international admissions

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OKLAHOMA CITY – OCU has appointed Mahmood Shandiz as the university’s associate vice president for international admissions.

Unidentified male thief strikes OCU Campus Store

An unidentified male items stole five text book from the OCU Campus Store yesterday. The books had a value of about $760.

Chenoweth spreads glitter, glee for all to see

Kristin Chenoweth, OCU alumna, speaks to students and faculty during her Nov. 3 master class. The class was hosted in Petree Recital Hall in Kirkpatrick Fine Arts Center.

Donning a glittered belt and clutching a Route 44 Sonic drink in hand, Kristin Chenoweth taught a master class at her OCU home.

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