The Ann Lacy School of Dance and Entertainment has their first performance of the semester Oct. 13.
Olivia Click, religion and philosophy freshman, takes a tango lesson with David Wells and Kira Chatman on Oct. 10 outside the caf in Tom and Brenda McDaniel University Center. Photo: Sophia Babb
Dark Play is about “Nick,” a teenager who creates an online personality of a teenage girl to trick the gullible “Adam.”
Students started their week coping with news of the deadliest mass shooting in U.S. history.
A shooting in Las Vegas has become the deadliest mass shooting in the U.S.
Check out pictures from Sister Act, the first mainstage musical of the season.
Senior Midblocker Holly Randall blocks the ball at the volleyball game against Central Christian Sept. 23 in Abe Lemons Arena in Henry J. Freede Wellness and Activity Center. The Stars won 25-10, 25-6, 25-8. Photo: Sage Tokach
David and Martha Wells-Martinez demonstrate a tango on Sept. 19 outside the caf in Tom and Brenda McDaniel University Center. Tango Tuesdays are part of Hispanic Heritage Month and will continue every week until the end of the month.
Shendra Stevens, music theater/vocal performance sophomore, portrays “Kate Hudlow” in “The Great Kate,” a play performed at the Shadow Collective’s 24-Hour Play Festival on Sept. 23 in the Great Hall in Tom and Brenda McDaniel University Center. The festival involved students writing, rehearsing and performing an original play within 24 hours. Photo: McAlyn Forbes
Junior Defender Brianna Demuth runs with the ball at the soccer game against Kansas Wesleyan on Sept. 23 at Stars Field. The Stars won 3-0. Their next home game is at 5 p.m. on Sept. 26 against St. Gregory’s. Photo: Elina Moon
Clive Thompson, technology writer and philosopher, is welcomed by Dr. Robin Meyers, professor of rhetoric, and students at a Q&A session on Sept. 19 in Walker Center. Clive Thompson is the first guest of the newly returned Martha Jean Lemons Distinguished Speakers Series. Photo: Elina Moon
Freshman Midfielder Bailey Webb steals the ball at the women’s soccer game on Sept. 17 against Houston-Victoria. The stars won the game 3-1. Their next home game is at 5 p.m. Sept. 20 at Stars Field. Photo: Elina Moon
Junior Forward James Beattie steals the ball at the soccer game against Houston-Victoria on Sept. 17 at Stars Field. The Stars won the game 2-1. Their next home game is at 6 p.m. Sept. 19 against Bethany. Photo: Elina Moon
Anna Engel, studio arts junior, works on her piece, “The Secret Story,” on Sept. 11 in the Norick Art Center. Photo: Sophia Babb
The OCU Symphony Orchestra performs Dvorak’s Symphony No. 8 at their concert at 8 p.m. on Sept. 14 in Petree Recital Hall in Kirkpatrick Fine Arts Center. Photo: McAlyn Forbes
Students march around the quad in memory of people who have lost their lives in hate crimes on Sept. 14. This was part of the Stars Stand 4 Peace event, a student response to the events in Charlottesville. It included student, faculty, and religious leader speakers from the community. Photo: Elina Moon
OCUStripped’s first show of the year is Seussical. It will have performances at 8 p.m. on Sept. 15 and 16 in Petree Recital Hall in Kirkpatrick Fine Arts Center.
Celina James, music theater sophomore, plays “Gertrude McFuzz” in OCUStripped’s production of “Seussical.” The production has performances at 8 p.m. on Sept. 15 and 16 in Petree Recital Hall in Kirkpatrick Fine Arts Center. Photo: Elina Moon
Broderick McQuarters, flute performance sophomore, and accompanist Charles Koslowske perform “Concertino for Flute in D Major” by Cecile Chaminade at the Honors Concerto Recital on Sept. 5 in Petree Recital Hall in Kirkpatrick Fine Arts Center. Photo: Elina Moon
Thomas Wheeler, guitar grad, accompanied by Sandra Coursey, piano junior, plays “Concerto de Aranjuez pour Guitar and Orchestra” by Joaquin Rodrigo at the Honors Concerto Recital at 8 p.m. on Sept. 5 in Petree Recital Hall in Kirkpatrick Fine Arts Center. Photo: Elina Moon
The Distinguished Speakers Series is making its return after being on hold for four years.
Sorority recruitment concluded with Bid Day on Aug. 20. About 150 women went through recruitment, and 116 received a bid to join one of the four sororities on campus.
Stars Week was from Aug. 14-19 and included events such as the Matriculation Ceremony, First Year Follies, and the Blue Out Blow Out Pep Rally. Below is a gallery of highlights from the week.
The sisters of Gamma Phi Beta pose for a group picture on Bid Day on Aug. 20 in front of the Gold Star Memorial Building. Photo credit: Elina Moon
The sisters of Alpha Chi Omega pose for a picture on Bid Day on Aug. 20 by the Bishop W. Angie Smith Chapel. Photo credit: Elina Moon
Student orientation leaders meet new students and parents on Aug. 15 at the West Pavilion. Photo credit: Miguel Rios