A rags-to-riches tale of scandalous acts and a rise to fame and fortune is brought to life in OCU’s season finale musical, Evita.
To live a simple life means to be present and empowered, to make the choice to create a life you love without clutter.
Textbook Butler, a new program from the bookstore, will automatically deliver required books to students’ rooms.
Coming back from Spring Break, many students were surprised to find that, when they walked on campus, they caused a swarm of what looked like flying spiders to come up from the grass.
The reality is we are already in an age where technology is ruling everything. I don’t see any problems with allowing children to use technology in moderation.
Rehearsals are taking place for TheatreOCU’s last mainstage performance of the season, a portrayal of the Shakespearean comedy As You Like It. The play was written by William Shakespeare and is considered by many to be one of his greatest comedies. It follows the story of two lovers who overcome various obstacles like exile and…
I never thought I would live in a society where people fight for the equal rights of pedophiles.
Students started a stomp team to bring a different type of art to campus. Stomping, or step-dancing, is a form of percussive dance.
Three scholarship programs coalesced to bring together student leaders from diverse backgrounds.
I have nothing against women who choose not to wear make-up, but there is a fine line between empowerment and condemnation.
Jackie O brings vulnerability and grief to the stage through a story inspired by the life of Jackie Kennedy.
Matthew 6:4 reads, “Give your gifts in private, and your Father, who sees everything, will reward you.”
The Native American Society will celebrate community, spirituality and culture at its 10th annual Spring Contest Pow Wow.
I’ve lived on my own for almost a year, but I am starting to wonder if it is time for me to return to having roommates.
The School of Theater no longer oversees OCUEdge. Out of the Box, a student-led group through the School of Theater, took over the program.
The National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics’s American Red Cross blood drive is scheduled from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Feb. 17 in the Great Hall in Tom and Brenda McDaniel University Center.
Career Services invites students to connect with potential employers and get more information regarding various fields and job opportunities during Career Week.
Finding your significant other is no longer as simple as an encounter at a sporting event or a run in at the grocery store. Technology has changed the way we date.
I recently experienced meditation for the first time on a visit to Buddha Mind Monastery, 5800 S. Anderson Road, as part of a service-learning requirement. I arrived at the monastery early in the morning, expecting to dislike it because Buddhism is different from my own tradition. Although I expected the worst, I ended the day…
Midterm grades are posted and it’s time to enroll for a new semester. The semester isn’t over yet, but we’re more than halfway there. It will be Winter Break before you know it. It’s a busy time of year. There are many moments where sadness, stress, anxiety, and exhaustion seem to consume our lives. We…
I was packing for Fall Break when I heard a buzzing sound coming from my balcony door. I looked over and saw a wasp chilling behind my blinds. So, like any rational person, I jumped up and started screaming like a maniac. My first reaction was to cry a little bit, but as soon as…
October is the time for falling leaves, pumpkin spice lattes and midterms. If you are freaking out about all the exams you have, remember to keep calm and study on. I am a terrible test taker, but the following tips get me through many stress-induced freak-outs. Study early If you are a procrastinator like me,…
Language shapes and forms our impressions of reality. Our use of male-dominated language forces personalities into culturally approved stereotypes, bringing out the feminist characteristics in certain people. Professors attempt to dissuade students from speaking in gender-limiting phrases, as it pushes personal opinions onto other students in the classroom. By doing this, professors are forcing their…