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.
The suspect was not on campus.
Dr. Amy Cataldi has been named the dean of Petree College of Arts and Sciences.
February is Black History month and the Black Student Association will present a series of events throughout the month to celebrate.
The women’s basketball team currently has a 18-2 win-loss record and has the highest rankings they’ve achieved in university history, Coach Bo Overton said.
A celebration of Dr. Regina Bennett’s life was scheduled Jan. 14 but has been postponed due to weather. The memorial will now take place Jan. 15.
Kyle Steele has stepped down as the volleyball coach. There is not currently a replacement for Steele, but the position has been opened.
We’ll be taking a break from publishing during the break to relax and get some much-needed sleep.
A 43-year-old student was arrested and charged with one count of possession of a controlled dangerous substance.
Hours after Donald Trump was named the President-elect, students walked to class to find political statements in chalk throughout campus.
Students will get a chance to shoot lasers at each other Halloween night. Housing and Residence Life is hosting Laser Apocalypse to provide a fun and safe entertainment for students.
The interfaith community has come together to send a message after State Rep. John Bennett called CAIR-OK executive and Imam Imad Enchassi terrorists during a House interim study Oct. 25.
A regular shopping trip to the mall turned scary when a student caught sight of a clown.
One of the longest serving members of the board of trustees died last week. She served as a university trustee since 1981.
This year’s Homecoming theme has been revealed, which means organizations can start planning and preparing for the events.
Campus police is investigating a reported vehicle theft in Cokesbury Court Apartments.
Student Government Association is having an election to fill two Freshman At-Large senate seats.
Most students live on campus and while Alvin’s and the caf are options for everyone, some students still like to go off-campus to study, eat or relax.
Officials created an endowment to benefit campus soccer programs.