Sibs Day is a way for OCU students to show their siblings and parents what it’s like to be a Star.
The university’s theater program and the Oklahoma City Museum of Art’s “Art After 5” program are collaborating to present the world premiere of 12 one-minute plays.
Amanda Dolph, music theater junior, is teaching tap classes to students on campus.
Students have the opportunity to watch movies they might never have even seen or heard about.
Stephen Wrentmore, adjunct professor of theater, will host a directing masterclass that explores techniques and strategies to approach text and performance.
The theater for young audiences major is no longer accepting students, though the minor is available still.
Students in a special topics art class are creating murals for two local schools. The class teaches students how to become mural painters.
More than half of students surveyed agree with Student Government Association’s resolution to change the grading system.
David Hall, music education/sociology sophomore, organized program called OCU Feeds that allows students to donate unused meals to help those in need.
Student leaders are invited to come to STAR Summit to set goals for next semester, learn to be better leaders and share scheduled events.
Select members of the OCU community, including President Robert Henry, will be doing a public reading of Shakespeare’s 156 sonnets.
Students are contending with cold classrooms and pungent odors in Dawson-Loeffler Science and Mathematics Center. Officials chose to keep the A/C running in the building to mitigate the smell of formaldehyde coming from the cadaver lab.
An upcoming expo will expose students to cultures and religions different than their own.
Religion seniors preach in chapel services each spring. The theme this year for Lent is “Reflections from the Road to the Cross.”
Actress Mary McDonnell and her husband Randle Mell will host a masterclass and two Q&A sessions on campus.
Renowned actor and acting teacher Joe Anthony will visit the university to host a masterclass and several sessions for select students.
Beginning in December, illegitimate emails started tricking several students into providing private account information.
The Physician Assistant Program will host a panel on diversity in healthcare.
The Film Institute will host a series of international film screenings this semester and Blow-Up is the first film showing.
First-Year Experience has canceled a weekly event due to low attendance. FYEdays are canceled for the remainder of the academic year. FYEdays were hosted on Friday evenings throughout the Fall semester in Walker Hall dormitory for new students. The program was designed to help new students get to know each other and the University. FYEday…
The front gates to Cokesbury Court Apartments will remain open until repairs are made to the keypad that controlled the gate. The keypad on Kentucky Avenue was struck Oct. 9 by a car. An OCU police officer responded to the incident. The student who hit the keypad left the scene, but later emailed housing officials…
The volleyball team is seeking to return to the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics championship for the first time in five years. The women’s volleyball team is ranked 24th in NAIA. The team was undefeated in conference play until suffering a loss Saturday to Wayland Baptist. “The team does not rely on odd superstitions for success,”…
Honors Program members are organizing a weekly event this semester known as Friday Forum. Friday Forum is a new event where students can join a discussion on a preselected topic. “Every Friday we try to bring students together, not related to a specific class, and discuss interesting topics,” said Arrash Allahyar, student assistant director of…
Sorority women are no longer allowed to wear men’s fraternity shirts due to a ruling from the National Panhellenic Conference. “It eliminates half of my T-shirt wardrobe,” said Julie Graff, dance performance senior and Alpha Chi Omega member. “It’s really weird being told what to wear as a senior.” The National Panhellenic Conference is an…
The School of Theater and Oklahoma City Repertory Theater will collaborate to present Peter and the Starcatcher. Peter and the Starcatcher is a five-time Tony Award winning Broadway hit based on the novel of the same name by Dave Barry and Ridley Pearson. Peter and the Starcatcher is the grown-up prequel to the classic story…
Live! on the Quad is an opportunities festival being offered this semester by the office of First-Year Experience. Students will have an opportunity to learn about and get involved in student organizations, study abroad, internships and future careers, and service opportunities. The outside volunteer organizations attending are Freedom Oklahoma, Family Builders, United Way of Central…