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.
With the sheer amount of artistic involvement on campus, it’s not unthinkable that there is a limit placed on the creative energy of the student body.
Students will have the opportunity to go on two international mission trips for the first time.
Dr. Erik Heine, associate professor of music, is competing in an endurance challenge to raise money for a scholarship.
Many students are confused about what they need to do to get cable in their rooms.
Housing officials are planning Walker and Banning hall renovations with architects.
Banning Hall residents may notice a change in their air conditioning system this academic year.
OCU students took over The Hippie Store and turned it into That Hippie Place, a clothing store, concert venue and artist hangout.
The moving image arts department has gone through some changes with faculty this academic year after Fritz Kiersch, former department chairman, left the university.
Alpha Phi sorority had a welcome sign, placed for the benefit of new freshmen, stolen.
Students will see an increase in campus activities with an interfaith focus.
Physician assistant program officials are interviewing 300 applicants, which is 140 more than they interviewed last year.
By the time they reach college, most students are familiar with the toil and difficulty that comes with navigating a college website.
The east stairwell of the Level 2 parking garage in United Methodist Hall has become home to a puddle that appears without notice.
Pokémon GO, a smartphone game released in July, sparked the interest of students who are grouping together to play.
Denise Binkley, director of testing, is teaching a three-week course dedicated to teaching students how to handle dangerous medical situations.
Police are asking students for help and encouraging vigilance after a student was approached on campus and robbed of his cell phone.
The search for a new provost will continue this semester, after one failed effort to fill the post.
The Rev. Elizabeth Horton-Ware will take over as director of religious life.
Oklahoma students who have not yet registered to vote in the upcoming election will have the opportunity to do so at the annual Voter Registration Drive picnic.
A new app from Sodexo, the campus food service provider, allows students to plan their meals without having to step inside the caf at all.
Campus police sent out an email this morning warning of a stolen cell phone.
A Pokémon GO event hits campus with the help of one OCU student and residence life staff.
Enrollment numbers for the academic year show changes in the number of students enrolled in some campus programs.
More than 100 women participated in sorority rush during Formal Recruitment this year.
Stars Week underwent a couple of changes after evaluations and feedback from students.