President Robert Henry is addressing racial prejudice on campus.
President Robert Henry sent out an email responding to allegations of racial prejudice on campus.
A black student said he was racially profiled by campus police last week, causing alumni to share stories of their own.
The Student Government Association budget was approved last week after a constitutional violation.
Students, faculty and community partners came together to celebrate peace through discussions on diversity and inclusion, poetry and artwork.
Fraternity Rush concluded Aug. 26 with Bid Day, where 24 students accepted bids.
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Sorority recruitment reached its peak Sunday as more than 100 women rushed out of the Tom and Brenda McDaniel University Center to celebrate Bid Day with their new sisters.
Brandon Elder, acting senior, “hits the deck” during an icebreaker game at First-Year Follies Aug. 17 in Henry J. Freede Wellness and Activity Center. First-Year Follies is a Stars Week event where new students play games to meet new friends and get familiar with their new peers. Photo by Miguel Rios
New students get ready to play an ice breaker game at First-Year Follies on Aug. 17 in Henry J. Freede Wellness and Activity Center. Photo by Miguel Rios
Law Professor Art LeFrancois speaks during Matriculation Convocation on Aug. 15 in Kirkpatrick Auditorium in Kirkpatrick Fine Arts Center. President Robert Henry typically gives the speech, but was unable to as he is on leave of absence. Photo by Miguel Rios.
Incoming students walk toward the Kirkpatrick Auditorium in Kirkpatrick Fine Arts Center for Matriculation Convocation, the ceremony that officially welcomes new students as members of the OCU community. Photo credit: Miguel Rios
President Robert Henry announced he will retire as president in June of 2018.
Parts of the university are still without power, but Oklahoma Gas & Electric is on campus working to restore it.
The university was hit by severe weather, causing damage to the soccer field, the physical plant and trees on campus.
Student senators are questioning each others’ motives after what appears to be a conflict of interest involving top officials.
Student Government Association will have a new president later this month, but he’s already working to fulfill campaign promises.
The Student Government Association presidential candidates revealed the results of the vote today.
We are excited to announce our upcoming “Best of” issue, which will outline students’ favorite places, people and organizations on campus and around town.
A student woke up to a stranger in her dorm at 3 a.m.
The Stars just became nine-time national champions.
The women’s basketball team is undefeated and in the final game for the National Association for Intercollegiate Athletics Division I Tournament.
The women’s basketball team won the Sooner Athletic Conference tournament championship for the 11th time.
Members of the American Spirit Dance Company are finishing preparations for their annual Spring Show, which promises fresh styles from new instructors.
The lockdown on Feb. 15 was issued to keep students safe inside school buildings, but some were stuck outside waiting for it to end.
The lockdown worried some students, but communication from the university eased their concerns.