The Broken Emmys is an event in which some students will screen their original work for the public. Any OCU student can submit work.
Poet laureates are official, government or institutional-appointed poets hired to write poems for special events and occasions.
James DePuy, former undergraduate adviser for Meinders School of Business, recently retired, so business students will work with a new adviser this semester.
Oklahoma City University will host a Family Feud event to entertain prospective students on their campus visits.
The musical, written in 1934 by Cole Porter, is set on board of the “S.S. American” in the 1930s, when gangsters like Al Capone were on the rise.
The Oklahoma Eating Disorder Association is working with OCU Counseling Services to bring the panel to campus.
Rob Roensch, associate professor of English, was named the Katherine and Mary Clary Endowed Chair of Creative Writing earlier this semester.
The university’s exercise and sport science department will host the annual Oklahoma State Clinic of the National Strength and Conditioning Association.
The Ann Lacy School of Dance and Entertainment will present its annual Christmas extravaganza Home For the Holidays.
The program is open to freshmen and sophomores with a 3.5 GPA or higher, and current students must have at least 12 credit hours.
A new student organization, SASS, which stands for Students Against Sexism in Society, began promoting themselves last month.
The campus kicked off Homecoming with a carnival-themed rally Oct. 24 on the quad.
The Film Institute Series will be showing its third film of the season this Sunday. It will be a Chinese film about coming home from war.
“Let’s Talk About It, Oklahoma” is hosting discussions on books about Civil Rights and Equality.