The School of Visual Arts is hosting drop-in pottery workshops with the help of a community artist.
Two performance majors created student-run, artistic groups on campus that are seeking new members.
Student Activities Council is organizing a Stress Relief Week to help students relax and keep calm while they study for upcoming midterm exams.
OCU’s Relay For Life team recently came in seventh in the nation for the Pack the Track challenge due to the increase in participants this year.
A national award-winning stage director is collaborating with TheatreOCU to direct this semester’s mainstage play, The House of Atreus: Part I.
Applications and nominations are open for the 2017 Campus Leadership Awards.
Women who did not go through formal rush at the beginning of the academic year will have another opportunity to join a Greek organization.
Members of the School of Theater created a series of podcasts that showcase the creativity and originality of its students.
TheatreOCU is getting ready to open its first mainstage production of the semester, a dark comedy/musical and study on pop culture, Mr. Burns, a Post-Electric Play.
Project 21 just finished its third concert and is preparing for the last concert of the semester.
The Title IX coordinators worked with faculty and staff throughout the university to create a video to promote the “It’s On Us” campaign.
American students have strong opinions on Donald Trump’s presidency., but the question rises as to what this means for the rest of the world.
The university’s first ally training program has been created to educate students and faculty on the needs of the LGBTQ community.
Dr. Erik Heine, professor of music, completed a 12-hour endurance challenge to raise money for an endowed scholarship for music students.
Walker will host its 17th annual trick or treat night from 6-8:30 p.m. Oct. 25 throughout the building. Students are encouraged to pass out candy to children.
Student organizations can request assistance from the associate dean of students for leadership and developmental training and workshops.
Some students have complained about not getting their textbooks on time and have had to continue through the semester so far without them.
Dr. Frank Ragsdale, professor of voice, has taken a position for the year as a visiting instructor of voice at the University of Miami.
The first student-led sketch group on campus has been created by Caroline Stella, acting junior. She named the all-female group “The Matriarchy.”
Dr. Erik Heine, associate professor of music, is competing in an endurance challenge to raise money for a scholarship.
Housing officials are planning Walker and Banning hall renovations with architects.
The moving image arts department has gone through some changes with faculty this academic year after Fritz Kiersch, former department chairman, left the university.
Two of the four sororities on campus have continuous open bidding for girls who are not involved in Greek life but would like to join.
Oklahoma students who have not yet registered to vote in the upcoming election will have the opportunity to do so at the annual Voter Registration Drive picnic.
Enrollment numbers for the academic year show changes in the number of students enrolled in some campus programs.
Dr. Larry Cobb, history professor, has been donating book funding to the Dulaney-Browne Library for 25 years and has now donated close to $25,000.