A national award-winning stage director is collaborating with TheatreOCU to direct this semester’s mainstage play, The House of Atreus: Part I.
Rob Roensch, associate professor of English, was named the Katherine and Mary Clary Endowed Chair of Creative Writing earlier this semester.
Members of the School of Theater created a series of podcasts that showcase the creativity and originality of its students.
OCU partnered with Washington University in St. Louis, Missouri, to create liberally educated engineering majors.
A celebration of Dr. Regina Bennett’s life was scheduled Jan. 14 but has been postponed due to weather. The memorial will now take place Jan. 15.
Local artist Nick Lillard is displaying one of his sculptures on campus during the Christmas season.
The OCU Art Club is creating an interactive installation for the Myriad Botanical Gardens Pumpkinville festival this fall.
Dylan has little Shakespeare experience, but in honor of Shakespeare’s 400th anniversary, I decided to use only questions asked by Shakespeare in his sonnets.
Laura Jardine, biology sophomore, is basically a middle-aged park ranger. She enjoys birding, cleaning, checking tire pressure, and listening to The Eagles.
Student Publications won first place in every category for the 2015 edition of The Constellation yearbook at this year’s Oklahoma Collegiate Media Association (OCMA) conference in Stillwater. The staff also won multiple awards for The Campus newspaper.
When I asked Dr. John Nail if I could interview him for a feature article, he warned me that he is the most boring person on campus. I quite disagree.
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.
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.
Resident science majors explain classmates’ misconceptions about certain animals and provide arguments defending each creature’s purpose.
Matthew Tuley, acting freshman, shares dreams and thoughts on subjects such as shirts, jokes and food.
Kate Brennan, assistant voice professor and the newest addition to the school of theater faculty, studies several modern styles of voice, theater, and bodywork. She founded the education program at a non-profit theater company, where she serves as artistic director. She also has written two musicals and started her own voice and bodywork style called…
No one knows what will happen tomorrow, so Tomorrow Denton, cell and molecular biology sophomore, lives up to her name. This seemingly quiet student is full of surprises. Q: What is the best name joke you’ve ever gotten? A: There are so many. Probably “Do you have triplets, and are their names Yesterday and Today?”…
A distinguished Oklahoman received an honorary doctorate and students are being forced to move out of dorms before graduation.
The building that housed the incarnation of OCU, then called Epworth University, will once again be a school. Epworth United Methodist Church, 1901 N. Douglas, was sold to Positive Tomorrows, a private, tuition-free elementary school serving Oklahoma City’s homeless children.
United Methodist students may be able to get more money for college than they previously thought.The Global Board of Higher Education and Ministry is offering scholarships and low-interest loans to students confirmed in the United Methodist Church.
Sigma Tau Delta will issue its annual edition of The Scarab, a creative anthology, in April.Sigma Tau Delta, OCU’s chapter of the international English honor society, creates this publication to showcase the immense talents of OCU students.
The campus community has the chance to nominate faculty who have had a positive influence in their lives for a major award. The Outstanding Faculty Award committee is accepting nominations from the student body, staff and other faculty members commending teachers who have made an impact in their lives during the academic year.
OCU’s School of Law is “going forward” with their new location at 800 N. Harvey Ave in downtown Oklahoma City.Law students began classes this semester at the new school.
Kassie McCoy is beginning the semester as the new director of development in the office of university advancement and external relations.
The preliminary recommendations of the prioritization process were released to faculty and staff last week.Students did not receive any of the information or a password to the results.aThe prioritization process has been ongoing since the beginning of the academic year. The process is meant to help university officials see how programs use money and where budgets need to be modified.
Aaron Gale’s lecture, entitled “The Jewish Context of the New Testament,” will discuss archaeology and the Gospel of Matthew as they relate to the Jewish experience. The lecture will begin with a discussion between Gale and Professor Lisa Wolfe of OCU, who is a Christian Hebrew Bible scholar. Wolf is the endowed chair of Hebrew Bible, and teaches with the Wimberly School of Religion.