A letter to the incoming freshmen from a sophomore who’s just been through it.
Whether we’re freshmen or seniors, most of us start the new school year with goals, ambitions and sometimes even more concerns.
While reading about the national parks, I discovered some startling similarities between the parks and areas of the OCU campus. Prepare to be amazed.
Alex Speight, acting junior, was a great sport as I shouted questions at her, pressuring her to answer immediately, without taking any time to think.
Maybe I just missed everyone, but it seemed like every Olympic event or person somehow related to OCU. Here are a few of the connections I made:
In this podcast I walk you through a Muslim prayer service on campus.
It’s finals week and you’re so close to be done so here are the top five movies you may have missed this semester that are worth seeing this summer!
Fox Prouty, acting freshman, discusses his childhood, dreams, and likeness to Patrick the Star.
Packing sucks, so here are 10 things students can do instead of packing up their stuff to go back home.
I’ve been thinking about all the things I have secretly wanted to do this year, so I developed a bucket list by major.
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.
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 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.
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.
We are in the midst of senior recitals and political campaigns, so I created hypothetical sets for senior recitals given by presidential candidates.
Nicholas Reese, acting sophomore shares some information he has never shared and probably never thought about before.
It’s March Madness, and there have been a lot of upsets. Sick of letting sports teams determine your success? This hypothetical bracket is for you.
Exclusive information on Caroline Stella, acting sophomore (recently seen as “Satan”)
Here are five deliciously hilarious pictures of Meryl Streep, from the Instagram account @tasteofstreep that will use both food and glamour to help you take your mind off of your stress.
Eleven members of the campus community help others narrow down their vacation options by offering their worst spring break scenarios.
Emily Jones, dance freshman, shares her life passions, aspirations, and smells.
Facebook recently added new options for responses to posts. I created a guide for students to reference when choosing their reaction.
Though the word “normal” appears in his answers and in the title of his favorite show, it certainly does not describe Aaron Noriega, music theater freshman.