Multimedia reporter addresses religion and school spirit.
Archives for October 2011
OCU men’s soccer team hands USAO its first Sooner Athletic Conference loss of the season.
Film critic, Tommy Bond, sums up 2011’s film scene.
The Oklahoma City University Alumni Association will honor seven outstanding alumni during Homecoming weekend festivities in November at the annual Distinguished Alumni Awards Dinner.
Fritz Kiersch, director of the original 1984 version of “Children of the Corn” will screen the 2001 version twice tomorrow night in the United Methodist Hall dorm theater room.
OCU professors who recently returned from a tour of China will give a presentation featuring photographs and insight from their trip.
Students should do their part in recycling while on campus, if they don’t do so already.
Students are preparing to participate with the local community at the Oklahoma Gazette’s Ghouls Gone Wild Parade.
Homecoming season is back with a revised competition focused on unifying campus organizations and fueling participation.
Campus dorms will undergo renovations to secure dorm entrances.
By Rikki George, Web Editor Oklahoma Baptist, ranked 22nd in NAIA volleyball, improved to 24-9, 10-0 in the Sooner Athletic Conference after beating the Stars, 25-11, 27-25, 25-17 friday. The Stars’ went to 11-21, 4-6 in league play after the loss. The Stars take on Mid-America Christian at 7 p.m. Tuesday at Abe Lemons Arena…
Sophomore Blerta Rashica scored four goals Saturday to help the Stars beat Wayland Baptist 4-2.
Oklahoma City university women’s cross country finished 10th overall and the men finished 12th Saturday at the NAIA Mid-State Classic hosted by Southwestern College (Kan.).
With a 10-0 record, the Stars women’s wrestling team is ranked first in the Women’s College Wrestling Association rankings for 2011-12 season.
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Ghostface is back in this fourth edition of the classic self-referential slasher series, and he’s doing what he does best: slicing and dicing!
Jonathan Levine’s 50/50 walks the fine line of films about people with cancer, and it so brilliantly manages to be honest and reserved.
By Tommy Bond, Film Critic Dreamhouse Ugh, what a disappointment this was. The film would have benefited greatly if it had kept its mouth shut in its preview rather than spoil the big twist. Knowing that the main guy’s family is dead the whole time, before the movie even began, had me fidgeting in my…
Apple Inc. co-founder, Steve Jobs, died today at the age of 56.
The university’s strengths and weaknesses will be evaluated in the upcoming reaccreditation.
Senators paid much attention to Student Senate’s image when making legislative decisions at Tuesday night’s meeting.
By Rikki George, Web Editor After having her 26 year prison sentence overturned yesterday, University of Washington student, Amanda Knox is returning home to Seattle tonight. Knox was convicted of killing her British roommate, 21-year-old Meredith Kercher, four years ago but won her appeals case on suspicion of faulty evidence. Knox’s flight from London Heathrow…
By Rikki George, Web Editor OCU senior, Kathryn Shiro, was the women’s rowing teams top medal earner this weekend. Shiro, 22, won five gold and one bronze medals, beating 2012 Olympic hopefuls along the way. Shiro is a 2016 Olympic hopeful herself and represented the United States last summer when she earned a spot on…
The Distinguished Speakers Series will feature journalist Bill Moyers.
By Rikki George, Web Editor Thursday October 6, OCU will honor Wilma Mankiller, an advocate for American Indian and women’s rights who received the Presidential Medal of Freedom in 1998. Mankiller was most notably the first female chief of the Cherokee Nation, she died last year. Gloria Steinem will be the guest of honor at a…