At the end of this year, some professors who have been teaching at OCU for decades will be heading into retirement, while others will leave to pursue new opportunities.
University officials said students successfully registered for next semester’s classes with the new registration system.
Food waste was noticed this semester by the focus group Sodexo organizes each semester. The focus group is made up of several students who volunteered to give feedback to Sodexo.
OCUNYC recently hosted its 11th annual workshop in New York City, the first since alumni who host the workshop self-funded the event.
The Stars Connect program will integrate international students into the OCU community. Officials look for student volunteers to welcome incoming students.
Jamison Keefover, mass communications sophomore, created a music video for the local band the Lunar Laugh’s song “Man Against Man.”
OCU will allow people to climb up the Gold Star Memorial Building as part of the All-Alumni Weekend April 22-24.
A film about an illiterate drug dealer turned poet is the first film in a spring documentary film series.
OCU is hosting a tent at Open Streets again this year and students are invited to attend or volunteer.
Renowned poet Marie Howe will come to OCU for a reading and discussion of her poems, which ask about how we should live in the days that are not spectacular.
The locker rooms are under construction at the southeast corner of Stars Field near the current visitors’ bleachers. The two-story building will contain 48 lockers.
The next show on campus illustrates unsophisticated people dealing with an emotional crisis. Holy Ghosts follows a cult of Pentecostal snake handlers.
A group of students gather daily to pray for the university and the community.
Dr. Harbour Winn, an OCU professor and a teacher of humanities, is retiring in August.
The Student Activities Council announced this year’s Big Event will be hosted in the Boat House district.
TheatreOCU presents “The Last Days of Judas Iscariot.” The play takes place in a space between Heaven and Hell with no set time.
Alumna and Tony Award-winning Broadway star Kelli O’Hara will perform at a fundraiser hosted by OCU for the Meyers Theater for Young Audiences.
A beautiful princess is trapped by a powerful ruler, a brave prince along with his goofy sidekick take on a great journey and a wicked queen tries to lure the hero into evil in the Bass School of Music’s next opera, The Magic Flute.
The Ethics Debate Team qualified to compete in the national championships in Washington, D.C. for the first time.
Student Senate passed a vote to redistribute the seats of student senators last week.
TheatreOCU presents “The Giver,” based off of the book by Lois Lowry, will use sets and costumes in black and white to represent a colorless world.
The Regional Food Bank of Oklahoma is searching for student volunteers.
The Dulaney-Browne Library will open its doors after hours for students to use the space to play games with their friends.
This holiday season the School of Theater will not perform one of its traditional Christmas plays but a new show instead. In past years the school preformed A Christmas Carol or It’s a Wonderful Life, but this year they are scheduled to perform The Man who came to Dinner. “We have done Christmas Carol and…
Students have the opportunity to showcase knowledge and a chance to win cash prizes at the annual undergraduate research poster contest. The contest is open to all undergraduate students, and entries can cover any topic. The work must be original and completed during the current academic year, in class or individually. Students can submit a…
Renovations are underway in the School of Moving Image Arts’s new location. The film school grew out of its old location and recently began revamping its new home in Dawson-Loeffler Science and Mathematics Center. The program was housed in the Children’s Theater. The film school will continue to use the Children’s Theater for storage and…