The Oklahoma House Public Safety Committee voted 13-2 Feb. 29 to approve a bill that would allow gun permit holders to openly carry firearms.
Archives for February 2012
This week is a special one. Today, we have the privilege of an extra day in the month of February.
By the time you read this, Drake will have performed in Oklahoma City, and I will be forever mourning because I couldn’t sell enough plasma to buy a ticket.
Students can enroll in a condensed, three-week term during the summer.
Students and faculty members in the Department of Mass Communications received needed funds for a new television series.
Heather Habekott, elementary education junior, initiated a new organization dedicated to establishing international justice for those in need.
Student Senate tabled legislation Tuesday that would have begun to create a formal Dead Week for the 2012-13 academic year.
Kristin Chenoweth, Broadway star and OCU alumna, will not speak at the Spring 2012 commencement ceremony.
Chris Christie, governor of New Jersey, vetoed a bill Feb. 17 that would legalize gay marriage in New Jersey.
When exactly does life begin? Oklahoma Senate Bill 1433 (colloquially known as the “Personhood Bill”) aims to answer just that.
Kappa Sigma fraternity will celebrate their chapter’s 45th anniversary in April, President Ryan Schwartzman said.
One professor said he’s directing an opera which people will never tire of.
It’s no secret that Oklahoma politics are pretty much a janky joke.
Students will perform a show this weekend about how tragedies affect us.
Alpha Phi sorority diversified their philanthropic endeavors this year.
The closing of the campus resale shop might open doors to a university restaurant.
A university organization will engage the community in a week dedicated to inner beauty.
Alpha Phi sorority members are hosting Cardiac Care Week, Feb. 20-24, to garner donations.
The pop music world is bound to experience a tremor or two as news of a recent duet hits the internet.
The Personhood Act passed in Senate by a 34-8 vote, claiming that human life begins at the moment of conception.
Choose your nominations for each award and submit a list of your picks to email@example.com.
Rarely in Oklahoma do we get the chance to see all of the films nominated by the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences before we watch the Oscars.
Well folks, it’s that time of year again. The 84th Annual Academy Awards are coming up at the end of February, and that means the buzz on the nominees is well under way.
Official severe weather closings announced the university will resume classes at 10 a.m. Monday morning due to snow and ice.
Three states made news this week by affecting legislation in favor of same-sex marriage.