Kristen Cerelli, visiting assistant professor of acting, came to OCU last year, after living in New York for 16 years.
Various studies show that students retain more information when they write their notes in class, rather than type them, but students show preferences both ways.
Travis the Payless shoe salesman has twin Pomeranians named Darcy and Davis. In his free time, he enjoys sitting in saunas, watching sailboats and brewing tea.
Morgan Haney, music theatre senior, reveals her passions and views on important matters like children, musicals and buttons.
Students are dealing with various insects on campus, including bed bugs, flies, cockroaches, and itch mites that cause scabies.
Richie the ruffian is a little punk from Nichols Hills who enjoys video games, anime, pizza, and terrorizing his exhausted mother, Phylis.
Find out more about Abbey Renner’s nicknames, family, role models, and future plans.
The presidential search committee has begun the process of selecting a new university president, who is scheduled to take office July 1.
Granny Perkins lives a simple life in her cozy Wisconsin cottage. Here are her thoughts on this week’s stories.
PaperCut replaced the university system that required students to transfer their papers to a flash drive or school computer before printing.
This week’s Feature Friday exposes the thoughts of a long-revered but scarcely heard campus figure: the Chickasaw Warrior statue.
Students can now apply to work at the Market at Alvin’s and will get the chance to work at a future Chick-fil-A Express.
Hillari Miller, vegan suburban mom and part-time yoga instructor, leads a busy life but prides herself in her ability to keep up with the current news.
Maristella Gullo, business administration senior and exchange student, shares her background and first moments at OCU.
Jane Jayroe, OCU alumna, trustee and former Miss America, will utilize the talents of students and faculty in her lecture series for women of faith.
Victoria Swinney, director of Dulaney-Browne Library, is a well-known icon on the OCU campus, but few students know much about her life outside of the library.
Sybil Tubb, a 19th century reporter from the Pioneer Enquirer, brings the most recent news to breeding grounds near you.
Too few people know the shy but secretly brilliant and sassy Minh Ton, cell and molecular biology senior. Here’s a sneak peek into her life.
Academic affairs officials hired Dr. David Steffens as the new assistant provost.
As OCU welcomes a new class of freshmen to campus, officials emphasize that students are individuals. However, most freshmen fit into specific groups.
Diversity Dialogues and OKConnect were organized to help acquaint incoming freshmen and transfer students with their new peers and surroundings.
Even with the rapidly approaching final papers, projects and exams, students manage to find time to procrastinate due to a number of distractions.
Two mass communications classes created national award-winning videos.
As tornado season approaches, university officials said they want students to feel prepared and capable in extreme weather situations.
There’s one thing almost all college kids have in common: they’re broke. Here are some ways to prevent going further down the pit of debt.
Sometimes, you feel shitty about yourself. That’s not productive, so here are some ways to stop your self-abuse.