Students started their week coping with news of the deadliest mass shooting in U.S. history.
Student senators are questioning each others’ motives after what appears to be a conflict of interest involving top officials.
Willie Butler, weekend campus cook, will host a special Thanksgiving celebration at brunch Nov. 20 in the caf.
Donald Trump won the 2016 U.S. presidential election with 279 electoral votes, topping Hillary Clinton’s 218.
This year’s Homecoming theme has been revealed, which means organizations can start planning and preparing for the events.
Trustee Ann Simmons Alspaugh passed away in her home Sept. 20. Alspaugh was the mother of three, the grandmother of seven, an executive, a community leader, a patron of the arts, and a philanthropist.
Lambda Chi Alpha fraternity was investigated for hazing after students saw members doing push-ups upon hearing a certain word.
The 5.6 magnitude earthquake last week caused an air conditioning pipe to burst in United Methodist Hall. Two students were forced to evacuate due to flooding in their room.
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.
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.
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.
Letters from multiple sororities, Phi Gamma Delta fraternity’s flag and Gamma Phi sorority’s trophy have been stolen in the past month alone.
David Hall, music education/sociology sophomore, organized program called OCU Feeds that allows students to donate unused meals to help those in need.
Three scholarship programs coalesced to bring together student leaders from diverse backgrounds.
Watch Kelsey Simmons, mass communications sophomore, being crowned 2016’s Miss Black OCU.
Shafer was born Nov. 3, 1995 in Tulsa, Okla., to Terry and Elizabeth Shafer. He was the younger brother to Tarabeth Shafer. He died Feb. 11 in Tulsa.
Better Together will provide opportunities for interfaith dialogues on campus and support religious pluralism.
The Student Government Association’s Sodexo Resolution was passed by consent last week. The resolution includes six requests, some of which made the Top 10 list of issues on campus during the STAR Summit last year.
The new men’s basketball coach enjoys big-city living, trying new restaurants, going to concerts with his wife, and watching the Dallas Mavericks. Vinay Patel started at OCU on Oct. 15 by leading the team’s practice. He replaced Dionne Phelps, former head coach, who left Oct. 9 to be assistant coach at Oakland University in Rochester,…
The 35th annual Miss OCU Pageant crowned Monica Thompson, vocal performance and music theater junior, as Miss OCU 2016. Including Thompson, eight girls competed for this year’s Miss OCU crown, earning scores through private interview, lifestyle and fitness, evening wear, onstage question, and talent categories. Thompson sang “Les Filles de Cadix” for her talent. Her…
The 2015 Festival of the Arts will run this weekend in the OKC Myriad Gardens.
Finals season is upon us. Many students will lock themselves away in dorm rooms and library cubicles, on blankets on the quad or the back booths of Alvin’s. But sometimes, to really get the full benefit of studying, you need to leave the campus and find your own space. Here are some of the best spots to plug in, tune out, and settle down for a few hours of solid studying in Oklahoma City.
As OCU’s resident pair of geese have added two new members to the campus wildlife population, it’s compelling to wonder: what kind of animals are you likely to find on college campuses across the country? MediaOCU uncovers the similarities and differences of the animal residents on our campus, and those across the nation.
How many times have you caught yourself saying, “If only there were more hours in the day!” Fortunately, there are ways to make the day easier, and use time wisely. Here are a few tips for making the most of each day’s time.
Monday is dreaded across the world as the start of a new week of hard work and more stress. While I usually try to think particularly positively on Mondays, I began to wonder: is there some psychological preset that makes this the most dreaded day of the week for, well, nearly everyone?
As OCU participates in Relay for Life, MediaOCU looks into the history and success of the world-wide event.