Archives for February 2011

Jones leads OCU in Islander Classic

CORPUS CHRISTI, Texas – Oklahoma City University’s Laura Jones stood six strokes off the individual pace Monday through 36 holes of the Texas A&M-Corpus Christi Islander Classic at the Corpus Christi Country Club.

February police reports

Ongoing February police reports

Intramural accident puts nursing student’s skills to the test

What seemed to be an ordinary extracurricular activity Feb. 19 turned out to be an opportunity for a student to practice the skills he trains for in the classroom.

Students to compete in technology competition

Students in the Meinders School of Business are formulating business plans to submit to innovation to enterprise, or i2E.

Students to sing for a cause

Student organizations have the option to use their performing talents at Spring Sing

‘The King’s Speech’ wins Oscar for Best Motion Picture

The 83rd Annual Academy Awards celebrated the achievements in the film industry Sunday evening and crowned “The King’s Speech” as the Best Motion Picture.

Charlie Sheen is out, but money keeps pouring in

The future of “Two and a Half Men” is uncertain.

OCU battles Southern Nazarene to the wire in 71-69 loss

BETHANY, Okla. – OCU was everything that Southern Nazarene could handle as the Crimson Storm squeaked by with a 71-69 win Saturday at the Sawyer Center.

Seven tips for sleeping better

From cutting out caffeine during the day to eating certain sleep “superfoods,” offers seven tips to getting the best sleep ever.

Stars scrap to regular-season conference title at Southern Nazarene

BETHANY, Okla. – Oklahoma City University earned an impressive 13th consecutive 25-win season as the Stars won a hard-fought 66-60 battle at Southern Nazarene to clinch the Sooner Athletic Conference regular season crown Saturday at the Sawyer Center.

Family matters to close film series

OKLAHOMA CITY — The OCU Film Institute will conclude its annual series at 2 p.m. March 6 with Hirokazu Kore-Eda’s “Still Walking” in the Meinders School of Business Kerr McGee Auditorium.

Dior suspends creative director John Galliano

After an altercation involving accusations of anti-Semitism, John Galliano was suspended of his role as creative director for Dior.

Oscar embraces the bummer flick

Viewers have not seen most of films nominated for Best Picture

‘Days of Our Lives’ producer and OCU alumnus releases book

OKLAHOMA CITY — An Oklahoma City University alumnus who is now the executive in charge of production for NBC’s longest-running scripted series, “Days of Our Lives,” recently released a photography book marking the 45thanniversary of the show.

Defense of Marriage Act to lose constitutionality

President Barack Obama, who has shown opposition for the Defense of Marriage Act in the past, ordered the Justice Department to take away the act’s constitutionality Wednesday.

Editor introduces new MediaOCU blogs

After sending out a campuswide survey last year during our redesign process, we hope to provide more content in an area our readers expressed particular interest in — opinion.

Iowa high school wrestler faces battle of the ‘sexists’

A male high school wrestler recently refused to wrestle a female in the Iowa State High School wrestling tournament.

Officials experience delay in law school parking lot construction

Plans for an OCU LAW parking lot have been pushed back once again.

Relay For Life leaders host Power Purple Week

Relay For Life committee members are hosting “Power Purple Week” to promote the April event to benefit the American Cancer Society.

Committee discusses general education revisions

The OCU general education committee has been working on recommendations for changes to the undergraduate curriculum.

Music student plans to go to California in pursuit of career goals

One music student is proving he has talents that lie outside the practice rooms in the Wanda L. Bass Music Center.

Tragedy, comedy at the opera

The Wanda L. Bass School of Music will premiere an operatic double feature this weekend, a tragedy and a comedy.

Competition showcases variety of international talents

Students and members of the community will get the opportunity to experience talent from around the world.

Students seek boost during midterms

Midterms are within the next few weeks, which means student workloads will increase and students will seek energy boosters.

Student recruits for Red Cross

Jake Fox, kinesiology sophomore, will bring back to campus what he has learned from training in Washington D.C.

Players discuss pregame rituals

The start of the baseball season at OCU marks the start of rituals for some players.

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