Methodist Hall residents soon will have an easy way to recycle.
College Choice highlights the fact that OCU has 1,800 undergraduate students who can choose from 70 majors as one of the reasons for the ranking.
Students, faculty and community partners came together to celebrate peace through discussions on diversity and inclusion, poetry and artwork.
OCUStripped’s first show of the year is Seussical. It will have performances at 8 p.m. on Sept. 15 and 16 in Petree Recital Hall in Kirkpatrick Fine Arts Center.
Kappa Sigma’s Military Heroes Week begins today to help raise money for veterans, friends and loved ones in the military.
Freshmenat large senators represent and vote on behalf of their class within Student Senate. Their responsibilities include attending meetings, voting on legislation and evaluating bills and resolutions in committees.
In previous years, most education classes were taught in the Kramer School of Nursing. Now, Walker Center 143 is the dedicated education classroom.
Sigma Tau Delta members created an online publication called The Amulet, which features poems and other pieces written by members of the group.
A donation was already made for Hurricane Harvey relief efforts, but the campus community continues to collect donations.
Pearce’s paintings were on exhibition in California, and will be moving on to Arkansas and Florida after Oklahoma.
Tomorrow is the last day for Oklahoma City University students to apply for the Student Conduct Board.
Student Government Association is the governing body for all student organizations. Members represent the student body and pass legislation and bills for a variety of reasons. Learn about your representatives and Student Senate meeting dates.
Students from the Houston area are struggling to find answers and looking for support from one another after Harvey.
The seventh season of HBO’s Game of Thrones is exactly what you expect, and not in a good way.
Sorority recruitment concluded with Bid Day on Aug. 20. About 150 women went through recruitment, and 116 received a bid to join one of the four sororities on campus.
Stars Week was from Aug. 14-19 and included events such as the Matriculation Ceremony, First Year Follies, and the Blue Out Blow Out Pep Rally. Below is a gallery of highlights from the week.
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For the first time in almost 100 years, everyone in the contiguous United States will be able to witness a cosmic spectacle
A graphic novel on the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina will be the focus of this year’s OKCUReads discussion.
Diversity Dialogues and OKConnect were organized to help acquaint incoming freshmen and transfer students with their new peers and surroundings.
Greek organizations on campus are preparing for student rush, a series of events leading up to Bid Day, during which each organization will extend their invitations for students to join.
Honors students were able to move into their dorms as early as 9 a.m. on today.
New students will get a chance to attend a variety of events to get familiar with the campus and their peers.
President Robert Henry will take a leave of absence until September for medical reasons.
President Robert Henry announced he will retire as president in June of 2018.
Housing is partnering with the Repurposing Club to carry out a clothes drive that will prevent the wasting of items that others may need.