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.
A new campaign, #OCUgrit, promotes student resiliency through posters, buttons, and social media outreach.
OCULeads: President’s Leadership Class program kicked off with a meet and greet with President Henry this week.
As new students file onto campus for check-ins for move-in, they have the opportunity to participate in events to help them get acclimated to campus.
Two prisoners convicted of murder 22 years ago were exonerated May 9 because of the Oklahoma Innocence Project at OCU School of Law.
Catherine Maninger, interim chief financial officer, is the new vice president for business operations and CFO.
Student Government Association’s Senate unanimously passed a Summer budget during their final meeting of the year.
Officials are pleased with student participation during campus climate survey day.
Head Coach Archie Randall was fired April 16. Assistant coaches, wrestlers, and university officials won’t comment on the matter because it’s a personnel issue.
YWCA hosts TED Talk-style discussion about diversity in Meinders School of Business on April 28.
Construction for the locker room building began in early March and the completion date is set for early June. The two-story building will house 48 locker rooms, offices for coaches and a common area for players to lounge and study in.
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.
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.
University officials said students successfully registered for next semester’s classes with the new registration system.
Many personal items, including food and toiletries, are no longer sold in the campus store.
Students who need intermediate French classes will have to take a different language class to satisfy the requirement after officials canceled the courses for Fall 2016.
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.
Two students will intern for major companies in their career fields this summer: Spencer Gualdoni with Telsey + Company and Hudson Moore with Anthropologie.
Letters from multiple sororities, Phi Gamma Delta fraternity’s flag and Gamma Phi sorority’s trophy have been stolen in the past month alone.
One transgender student said he appreciates how open the campus community is, but there are still aspects of campus life that can be improved to help the LGBTQ community.
Gender-based university awards will be phased out to promote gender inclusivity.
The national governing bodies of Greek life have taken a step toward opening organizations to transgender persons.