Marina Redlich, psychology freshman, shares her views on the Olympics.
Relay For Life is the official fundraiser of the American Cancer Society run by volunteers across the U.S. and 26 other countries.
Two students will lead new campus committees-the Student Civic Engagement Committee and the OKCU Dance Marathon Committee.
Abigail Lafont, acting senior, balances auditions and submissions for theatrical work with classes and rehearsal for five OCU productions during her last semester.
Charlie Perkins, 15 year-old figure skater from Farmington, Connecticut, is the youngest competitor representing the United States at the 2018 Olympics in Pyeongchang, South Korea.
Brandon Doyle, acting senior, shares his experience with the dating scene.
A new official is advising Student Senate and handling conduct issues. Lilly Bermudez was appointed Jan. 4 as the new associate dean of students.
Monica Hiller began student teaching fifth grade classes at Rollingwood Elementary School.
The perfect Valentine’s gift is impossible to find, so it’s better to break up and treat yourself instead. Break ups can be tricky, so here are some options.
Rooney, a dog owned by Ashley Kinard, film production senior, reveals his habits and interests.
The Rev. Dr. Charles Neff will lead a group of students, faculty and staff to Alaska this summer to participate in the Joshua Community Project.
Flu season continues to rage, taking over 70 lives in Oklahoma, but shutting yourself in your room and skipping class to avoid it is not an option.
The total number of laboratory-confirmed cases of influenza totals over 85,000 so far this flu season, according to CNN. For this week’s Feature Friday, Sarah Martin, acting freshman, shares her views on the flu and other sicknesses.
After students created a petition asking for improvements to the building last February, officials prioritized and began improvements.
The government will reopen from the 2018 government shutdown soon, but here are some ideas of ways students can take advantage of the next one.
Four members of OCU Improv answer pressing, relevant questions.
John Mulaney couldn’t make it to OCU for a show, so we brought in his brother, Jimmy, instead. Here are the highlights from his set about OCU.
Hall said he was an attractive candidate because he was involved with law enforcement as a minor.
Kappa Phi will host rush events to recruit new members this spring.
The college lifestyle makes some resolutions difficult, but OCU students have all the resources they need, if they look closely enough.
The university will be the first college in Oklahoma to have a STUNT team separate from the cheer team.
Anna Wenger, acting sophomore, shares her holiday plans and experiences.
Santa Claus may be secluded up in the North Pole for most of the year, but he stays up to date with the news across the world. Here are his thoughts on recent events.
Abby McBroom, music education senior, considers herself an average Twitter user. Each of her questions comes from a Twitter question account.
School activities will shut down, but Oklahoma City will still be full of holiday events.
Many students visit family over Thanksgiving break because the campus closes, but most foreign exchange students said they plan to explore other parts of the U.S.