Two women wrestlers are going to the 2016 United World Wrestling Junior World Championships.
A Pokémon GO event hits campus with the help of one OCU student and residence life staff.
Two assistant wrestling coaches took over as head coaches during the summer.
The athletics department has high expectations for the upcoming season after a successful summer.
Stars Week underwent a couple of changes after evaluations and feedback from students.
Miss OCU Monica Thompson sings the Alma mater at Blue Out Blow Out Pep Rally on Aug. 19. The event showcases OCU’s athletic department and spirit. Photo: Lauren Berlingeri
Sorority members chalked the campus after the PanHellenic Forum on Aug. 13. Phrases like “Go Greek” and “Pan Love” line campus sidewalks in preparation for sorority recruitment starting Aug. 17. Photo: Maleyia Vaughn
As new students file onto campus for check-ins for move-in, they have the opportunity to participate in events to help them get acclimated to campus.
Two prisoners convicted of murder 22 years ago were exonerated May 9 because of the Oklahoma Innocence Project at OCU School of Law.
The Student Publications staff is taking a break from publishing during the summer, but we’ll be back for Orientation Week in the Fall 2016 semester.
It’s finals week and you’re so close to be done so here are the top five movies you may have missed this semester that are worth seeing this summer!
Julie Graff, dance performance senior, holds a baby fox during the petting zoo on April 14. University officials hosted the petting zoo on campus as a recruitment tool. Photo: Donovan Lawson
Head Coach Archie Randall was fired April 16. Assistant coaches, wrestlers, and university officials won’t comment on the matter because it’s a personnel issue.
Rupert Kaminski helped the men’s golf team receive their SAC Championship, and Caroline Goodin helped the women’s golf team receive their SAC Championship title.
One transgender student said he appreciates how open the campus community is, but there are still aspects of campus life that can be improved to help the LGBTQ community.
Some students are expressing their political opinions by chalking university property. The chalk appeared earlier this month on a concrete wall.
Lauren Greb, dance management junior, goes through the SandRidge Sky Trail adventure course in the Boathouse District, 725 S. Lincoln Blvd., during Big Event on April 12. Big Event is an annual celebration put on for students by SAC. Past Big Events have been hosted at Frontier City, in Bricktown and on campus. Photo: Maleyia Vaughn
Jeri Jones, former head resident for Oklahoma United Methodist Hall and housing and residence life specialist, left OCU for a new job closer to her husband.
It is the first year in OCU history that pom won a national title for both team performance and hip hop. The team has five national championship titles.
OCUpella members Beth Woodall, vocal performance sophomore; Meagan Chew, acting junior, and Selena Gilliam, vocal performance senior, wait for their part during the performance of “Superstitious.” Chew was a member of the Phi Mu sorority team, which didn’t meet their goal of $4,000 but raised $2,858. Photo: Maleyia Vaughn
The pom squad made history by bringing home two national titles from the NDA National Championship and cheer won its third consecutive NCA national title.
I’m not saying Overton is a bad coach or that our players aren’t talented. Maybe Overton and the team just lacked chemistry.
The cheer squad is defending its national title at the National Cheer Alliance Collegiate National Championship. The pom team also competes this week.
Dr. David Easley, associate professor of music theory, uses “Verdi” and “Mozart” puppets to motivate his students and make his class more memorable.
Today is the last day for students to vote for Student Government Association president.
The candidates for Student Government Association’s 2016 election have been announced. There is only one position that has two candidates.