Weightlifting students from OCU competed in the Sooner State Open Olympic-style weightlifting competition and some brought home awards.
Give Back OKC will host a donation drive at Classen Coffee Co. in collaboration with local podcast “Localites OKC” to collect feminine hygiene products and socks to donate to the Oklahoma City homeless community.
Students, faculty and staff learned last month about what to do in emergency situations.
Responses to the university’s drug and alcohol survey were low for the second consecutive year, making the information gleaned difficult to generalize.
A group of students united to help Oklahoma City’s homeless population.
Billy Palumbo joined Oklahoma City University as a visiting assistant film professor this fall.
The center is phasing out its older treadmills and adding new, more advanced treadmills.
Biology fraternity Tri-Beta brings in a speaker to talk to students every other Thursday.
OCUpella, a student a capella group, will open the festival at 11 a.m. Sept. 30 on the festival’s main stage.
Students from Florida are reacting to Hurricane Irma’s damage in their home state by coming together and relying on the campus community for moral support.
Kappa Sigma’s Military Heroes Week begins today to help raise money for veterans, friends and loved ones in the military.
A donation was already made for Hurricane Harvey relief efforts, but the campus community continues to collect donations.
The seventh season of HBO’s Game of Thrones is exactly what you expect, and not in a good way.
For the first time in almost 100 years, everyone in the contiguous United States will be able to witness a cosmic spectacle