I’ve been thinking about all the things I have secretly wanted to do this year, so I developed a bucket list by major.
Several acting seniors are working in groups to create devised theater projects from the ground up, as a part of Stephen Wrentmore’s special topics class.
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.
Two students will intern for major companies in their career fields this summer: Spencer Gualdoni with Telsey + Company and Hudson Moore with Anthropologie.
Stephen Wrentmore, adjunct professor of theater, will host a directing masterclass that explores techniques and strategies to approach text and performance.
We often get stuck in the negative parts of life. Here is a reminder that, while we have plenty of work to do, our world is not a terrible or hopeless place.
Laura Jardine, biology sophomore, is basically a middle-aged park ranger. She enjoys birding, cleaning, checking tire pressure, and listening to The Eagles.
The OCU Filmmaker’s Guild will host a Film Fest to feature films made by OCU students. The event will last from 7-10 p.m. April 14 on the quad.
The university has made housing improvement a priority for future projects and budgets. Here are eight more projects in the works to improve residence life.
Lincoln Korver, acting sophomore, won an award for his short film. I had the opportunity to interview him about the film, movies, and life.
Most social engagements cost money, reservations, and transportation. Here are eight dates to enjoy together without spending money or leaving campus.
We are in the midst of senior recitals and political campaigns, so I created hypothetical sets for senior recitals given by presidential candidates.
Students started a stomp team to bring a different type of art to campus. Stomping, or step-dancing, is a form of percussive dance.
Eleven members of the campus community help others narrow down their vacation options by offering their worst spring break scenarios.
It’s no surprise that the hype for Star Wars VII: The Force Awakens was massive. To everyone’s relief, the film seems to be doing just fine.
Facebook recently added new options for responses to posts. I created a guide for students to reference when choosing their reaction.
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.
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 best documentaries highlight an aspect of life that most audiences haven’t seen before. Making a Murderer scratches an itch that we didn’t know was there.
Mountain Dew used a puppy-monkey-dog to advertise their kickstart drink. This commercial generated many thoughts, so I organized some comments by major.
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.
RateMyProfessors.com allows students to enter their professors’ names into a database and write a review for them. Here are the OCU review highlights.
Ashley Arnold, music theater freshman, shares hopes, dreams, and experiences. Her passion in performance also appears in other areas of her life.
Children’s negative body image is a problem spurred by unrealistic bodies in media. Many people address princess bodies, but what about non-human characters?
Travis Baldwin, design and production junior, just won an award for “Excellence in Lighting Design” from a regional conference of workshops and design competitions. Travis has designed the lights for several OCU productions.