Officials announced earlier this month that they will replace Alvin’s Café with a Chick-fil-A, leaving students with dietary restrictions concerned.
Student Government Association should represent the student body and work to improve student organizations through funding, advice and support.
Randy Gipson-Black, religion sophomore, won the SGA presidential election 75 to 25 percent, becoming the president-elect until the inauguration on April 7.
Two students recently issued a petition to improve communication between officials in the theater department and acting students.
Students should acknowledge the work of Sodexo employees during their last few months with the university and help them through the transition.
University officials hired Jason Munoz as the new head coach of the volleyball team.
The housing draft has changed for the fourth consecutive year.
Blue Alert is the university’s way of alerting the campus of emergency situations and need-to-know information.
While most vegans and vegetarians choose their food based on a moral decision, some students can’t eat certain foods because of an intolerance, allergy or religious restriction.
The Repurposing Club aims to promote ways to improve the environment on campus. Its first project is to introduce recycling opportunities to the dorms.
Maintenance is important, but so is security. The editors encourage maintenance to communicate more with students.
Just before the end of last semester, a 43-year-old student was arrested on campus for possession of methamphetamine. As it turns out, that student had three warrants out for his arrest and a felonious criminal background. Fortunately, Lt. Joshua Pankowsky recognized the man and arrested him. Despite the eventual outcome of the situation, this discovery…
The university closed today Jan. 13 due to inclement weather forecasts throughout the week. Students took to social media to express their happiness for the day off.
Donald Trump became president-elect after beating Hillary Clinton by 62 electoral votes, but Clinton received almost 600,000 more popular votes than Trump.
The Bishop W. Angie Smith Chapel is coming up on its 50th anniversary and has undergone some changes in the past few weeks.
The flu shot can be a controversial decision, but as flu season approaches, students are encouraged to protect themselves and others by getting the shot.
More open lines of communication will benefit students and housing officials.
Whether we’re freshmen or seniors, most of us start the new school year with goals, ambitions and sometimes even more concerns.
Campus police sent out an email this morning warning of a stolen cell phone.
Class and program cancellations, terminated professors, and budget cuts were a result of the prioritization process, which began in April 2014.
The OCU police department sent out an email on 4/14 reminding students to keep dorms, apartments and vehicles locked. OCUPD said the email was sent out because of some minor events, but not one in particular.
Thank you to everyone who made Relay For Life happen: the planning committee, team captains, and those who came out to support the event and display the best of OCU.
So, Mr. President, remember: Change can be good, but be sure you finish what you started and communicate throughout the process.
Change is good, but there has been too much change with how students select their rooms. The housing assignment system has changed each of the last three years.
Although this system might make things simple, there are some other ways for students to prepare. Here are our suggestions for a smooth enrollment:
We need a plan to help housing, but maybe this isn’t the best one.