Workers began renovations on a campus residence hall during the summer.
A graphic novel on the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina will be the focus of this year’s OKCUReads discussion.
The deans of the Wanda L. Bass School of Music made plans to run construction on the music library over the summer, finishing in time for the Fall 2017 semester.
Two students are working to create an app that could save lives.
A man was arrested outside of Walker Center for Arts and Sciences Monday morning.
Some students say they are having trouble adjusting to problems with the electric system in Banning Hall. Banning adapted to a new air conditioning system earlier this year. The new system led to some initial malfunctions with heating, prompting maintenance workers to distribute space heaters to residents. The space heaters indirectly caused the electrical outlets…
This year’s Star Summit conference will emphasize innovation and implementation of leadership skills for student organizations.
The theater school officially has an adviser after about three months without one.
Two students created a petition to improve communication and repair facilities within the acting program.
The university’s TESOL program began a series of weekly classes on citizenship English for residents in the Oklahoma City metro area.
Students are finding new, personalized ways to reflect their faiths through extracurricular activities. Fellowship of Christian Athletes is an on-campus organization that promotes spiritual bonding and support between Christian student athletes. FCA is a worldwide organization. The OCU branch became an official Student Government Association-approved organization in Fall 2015, but the group met before then….
Meinders School of Business is preparing for the Women in Leadership Conference, and some students will get a chance to attend for free.
Two organizations are providing students with thousands of dollars in financial aid.
The university was deemed a “Certified Healthy Campus” by the State Department of Health for “promoting health and wellness for faculty, staff and students.”
Dr. Tracy Floreani has been the director of the Center for Interpersonal Studies through Film and Literature since the beginning of the academic year. Now the center is enacting its spring events under the English professor’s lead.
Wesley Center officials have planned a mission trip for Spring Break to plan a general improvement project of the Denver area.
After consideration of seven major candidates, Holly Moye was chosen to take on the role of visual arts director at the Norick Arts Center.
OCU partnered with Washington University in St. Louis, Missouri, to create liberally educated engineering majors.
After directing three operas last year, Evita, Jackie O, and Don Pasquale, David Herendeen has found himself with three awards from the National Opera Association for each one, all in different divisions.
Student Government Association has conducted yet another survey in their attempt to rethink the plus/minus grading system used at OCU. This resolution has been led by SGA President Nic Rhodes even before becoming president.
Alumna Kelli O’Hara will return to campus.
With the outcome of this year’s election, there also comes the results of the state questions.
The building that formerly housed Buy For Less just west of campus will remain empty for the foreseeable future.
Seven state questions are on the ballot for the November general election. All of them address issues that will affect and reshape life in Oklahoma. “The presidential candidates may not necessarily be exciting in terms of turnout,” said Dr. Richard Johnson, chairman of the history and political science departments. “But voting may be more important…
Education officials are partnering with Oklahoma City Community College to arrange scholarships in support of training better teachers in Oklahoma City.
The Distinguished Speakers Series, a program that hosted globally acclaimed speakers every semester, was cut from the university’s programs.