Timothy Ray Brown received a stem cell transplant in 2007 and doctors believed he has been cured of HIV as a result of the transplant.
Archives for December 2010
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Student Senate committees failed three pieces of legislation during Dec. 7 committee meetings. Legislation included one bill and two resolutions.
Five seats on Student Government Association’s Student Senate remain empty.
Students won’t see possible changes to university bullying policies until the spring.
Brittany Davis was named as the national grand prize winner for Country Music Television’s Country Strong Singing Challenge. The music theater junior received the most public votes out of 16 regional winners.
OKLAHOMA CITY — Lawrence K. Hellman, OCU School of Law dean, and the longest-serving dean in the law school’s history, today announced that he intends to leave the deanship at the end of the current academic year on June 30, 2011.
OKLAHOMA CITY – OCU hung in for a 71-62 victory over Wayland Baptist (Texas) on Thursday at Abe Lemons Arena.
OKLAHOMA CITY – OCU toppled the Wayland Baptist Flying Queens 94-51 Thursday night at Abe Lemons Arena.
OCU Police officers are responding to a grand larceny
Student Senators violated their own constitution Tuesday when they spent more money than they have.
Student Senators approved funding to two organizations Tuesday and passed their second resolution of the semester.
OKLAHOMA CITY– The OCU Wind Philharmonic’s final performance of 2010 will spotlight flute soloists and graduate conductors from the Bass School of Music. The free concert will begin at 8 p.m. Dec. 2 in Petree Recital Hall.
OKLAHOMA CITY– A holiday ensemble of more than 250 OCU singers and orchestral musicians will celebrate the annual Christmas Vespers concert Dec. 10 and Dec. 11.
Officials are in talks with a company to replace the cross on the Bishop W. Angie Smith Chapel.
Streetlights adorned with festive garlands on the Quad Lawn and residence hall plaques tied with red bows only can mean one thing— the OCU community is ready to celebrate Christmas.
More students purchasing meal plans means more business for OCU Dining and longer lines for students.