Dionne Phelps, men’s basketball coach, understands the importance of instilling not only athletic excellence in his players but also a sense of academic achievement.
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Chelsea Traber, mass communications senior, and Jim Traber, WWLS radio personality, recently starred in a Mazzio’s commercial.
Officers used force Saturday to break up a crowd of Occupy Oakland protestors after the demonstrators refused orders to disperse.
A music management CEO leads the pack, with only six artists on the list.
One man has set out to give athiests a place to worship.
Beyonce Knowles and Jay-Z reportedly named the talk show queen the godmother of their newborn daughter, Blue Ivy Carter.
Denney Crabaugh, baseball coach, sparked cheers from a student-filled audience during the men’s wrestling team’s dual Jan. 25.
A Stage II performance will take a different approach to an infamous historical event.
The mail center, which is overseen by the Campus Store, has been reorganized, officials said.
The baseball program is ranked No. 1 in the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics preseason coaches’ poll and the Sooner Athletic Conference after finishing last season with 47 wins and 12 losses.
Already halfway into their seasons, the men’s and women’s basketball teams are taking strides toward success.
Some students’ habits are becoming apparent in the classroom.
Instead of relying on an online application to determine residency, upperclassmen will gamble this semester for their housing assignments in the fall.
The music school’s Guest Artist Series, which brings world-class musicians to campus, is well into the 2011-12 line-up of performers.
It takes much more than a mere black and white filter to make a film look so convincingly old.
When you violently tear away all of the fancy clothes, expensive liquor, and notions about what is prim and proper, what are you left with? Acclaimed director Roman Polanski might argue that the answer is Carnage.
By Rikki George, Associate Editor Former Putnam City North and Oklahoma City University pitcher, Melissa Rhodes, will appear on the reality show ‘Worst Cooks in America’ on Feb. 12. Rhodes is recovering from an eating disorder and lost 40 pounds after her college career ended in 2005. She attended rehab in Arizona and plans to…
The technology titan introduced three applications for Apple products Thursday at an event in New York City.
Fifth ranked OCU men’s wrestling beats Ouachita Baptist (Ark.).
The grounds crew found a “suspicious device” this morning and immediately called the university police department, who soon recognized the device as a smoke grenade, officials said.
Reports show that Oklahoma City Thunder guard Russell Westbrook signed a 5-year contract extension worth $78 million.
The university hosted its last winter commencement ceremony for undergraduate and graduate students in December 2011, officials said.
Wikipedia, user-submitted news site Reddit, the blog Boing Boing and the Cheezburger network of comedy sites all plan to participate in a blackout on Wednesday to protest an anti-piracy bill.
Two students said they observed another student as he jumped from the balcony of his Cokesbury Court apartment on Sunday.
If anyone has been missing the Steven Spielberg of old, the man behind Raiders of the Lost Ark, Saving Private Ryan, and Schindler’s List, I found him back in full stride directing this cinematic tour de force: War Horse.
It’s The Rite meets Paranormal Activity, and it’s nothing to be proud of.