Students have the opportunity to watch movies they might never have even seen or heard about.
Project 21 just finished its third concert and is preparing for the last concert of the semester.
The Title IX coordinators worked with faculty and staff throughout the university to create a video to promote the “It’s On Us” campaign.
Alongside the final stretch of the semester, the time has come for the release of New Student Organization leader applications.
Alumna Kelli O’Hara will return to campus.
The university is in the process of strategic planning, which will help university leaders in decision-making and budget priorities.
With the outcome of this year’s election, there also comes the results of the state questions.
American students have strong opinions on Donald Trump’s presidency., but the question rises as to what this means for the rest of the world.
Marvel’s latest effort, Dr. Strange, while sticking to the formula, is still able to give audiences something a little different.
Willie Butler, weekend campus cook, will host a special Thanksgiving celebration at brunch Nov. 20 in the caf.
The building that formerly housed Buy For Less just west of campus will remain empty for the foreseeable future.
The university’s first ally training program has been created to educate students and faculty on the needs of the LGBTQ community.
The Oklahoma Opera and Music Theater Company presents the next mainstage opera, La Rondine, by Giacomo Puccini.
Dawson MacLeod and Tyler Malinauskas, acting sophomores, started a video podcast called Ramble Ranters.
The Bishop W. Angie Smith Chapel is coming up on its 50th birthday, and, leading up to the golden anniversary, it will be undergoing a series of updates.
Walker and Banning Halls will be undergoing renovations soon.
Dr. Erik Heine, professor of music, completed a 12-hour endurance challenge to raise money for an endowed scholarship for music students.
Homecoming concluded as the women of Gamma Phi Beta rushed to the basketball court to accept their Sweepstakes trophy for the second year in a row.
Hours after Donald Trump was named the President-elect, students walked to class to find political statements in chalk throughout campus.
Donald Trump won the 2016 U.S. presidential election with 279 electoral votes, topping Hillary Clinton’s 218.
The program is open to freshmen and sophomores with a 3.5 GPA or higher, and current students must have at least 12 credit hours.
Some student athletes returned to campus this semester to a surprise that made academic success more challenging.
The university will host the first ever national championship for cheer and dance March 10-11.
Seven state questions are on the ballot for the November general election. All of them address issues that will affect and reshape life in Oklahoma. “The presidential candidates may not necessarily be exciting in terms of turnout,” said Dr. Richard Johnson, chairman of the history and political science departments. “But voting may be more important…
U.S. elections will conclude Nov. 8, ending what some people deem the most controversial race to the presidency in the nation’s history.
Students have said many of the university elevators feel unsafe.