Christine Caulk, dance management sophomore, is collecting tap shoes for children in Uganda.
A group of students united to help Oklahoma City’s homeless population.
Ten women will compete for the 45th annual Miss OCU title.
The student retention committee is making first-year experience their priority.
President Robert Henry is addressing racial prejudice on campus.
Students sit down for coffee with Dr. Steven Agee, dean of Meinders School of Business, and ask him questions regarding his educational journey, business experience and advice.
A hallway in the Norick Art Center will be painted with student-designed murals.
The slam will start with two featured poets from the organization before opening the mic to attendees.
Kronhaus said she started the classes because she wanted to use her knowledge to help other people live healthier lifestyles.
An investigation on the claims of racial profiling from a black student against campus police was completed within a week.
Religion officials received false reports this week of Gideon International members tearing down a poster for National Coming Out Day.
Student affairs officials will host a celebration for National Coming Out Day on Oct. 11.
President Robert Henry sent out an email responding to allegations of racial prejudice on campus.
Student Activities Council is trying to increase student involvement in their events this semester.
Dr. Mark Davies was named a convener for the process of revising the Social Principles of the United Methodist Church for the Natural World section.
The Homecoming theme was announced Sept. 28 and students are already planning the week.
Levi Harrel, associate director of student development, was elected IFC adviser as part of a university initiative to link fraternity and sorority life together.
Various studies show that students retain more information when they write their notes in class, rather than type them, but students show preferences both ways.
Students started their week coping with news of the deadliest mass shooting in U.S. history.
Alvin’s Café was named after Alvin Naifeh, a former OCU student and employee.
President Robert Henry is back in office after a medical leave of absence.
A black student said he was racially profiled by campus police last week, causing alumni to share stories of their own.
HSA invites 150 high school junior and senior Latino students from the Oklahoma City school district to provide them with sessions on resume writing, interviewing skills and scholarship resources.
Billy Palumbo joined Oklahoma City University as a visiting assistant film professor this fall.
During the year, the faculty or staff member will act as a mentor to the students in the group.
A shooting in Las Vegas has become the deadliest mass shooting in the U.S.