Campus police released a warning after a cellphone was stolen from a student Feb. 9 around 3:45 p.m. The incident happened near the mailboxes in Cokesbury Apartments when a student was approached by a suspect asking to use their cellphone. The suspect pretended to use the phone before running toward the back on the complex…
Student Government Association is asking student organizations to consider budgets when requesting funding.
Renowned actor and acting teacher Joe Anthony will visit the university to host a masterclass and several sessions for select students.
Lambda Chis will perform a talent of their choice at the event and, at the end of the performances, the audience will bid on the talent they enjoyed most. The highest bidder will go on a date with the member or can have him perform an act of service, such as washing their car, cleaning or doing their laundry.
Better Together will provide opportunities for interfaith dialogues on campus and support religious pluralism.
A committee of faculty and staff is working to develop and improve learning commons areas on campus.
The Diversity and Inclusion Task Force is reviewing data to form recommendations to help make the campus more inclusive.
Alarms inside buildings didn’t sound for a tornado drill, ever wonder why?
A new director of housing is getting acclimated to campus this month and preparing to take charge of OCU residence life.
Beginning in December, illegitimate emails started tricking several students into providing private account information.
Student Senate passed a vote to redistribute the seats of student senators last week.
The Student Government Association’s Sodexo Resolution was passed by consent last week.
Programs placed in the “phase out” or elimination category, and some that were not, will be reviewed this month to see if they are functioning well enough to keep.
Career Services invites students to connect with potential employers and get more information regarding various fields and job opportunities during Career Week.
Nic Rhodes, Student Government Association vice president, will present a plan to remove the plus/minus grade system.
The Student Government Association’s Sodexo Resolution was passed by consent last week. The resolution includes six requests, some of which made the Top 10 list of issues on campus during the STAR Summit last year.
TheatreOCU presents “The Giver,” based off of the book by Lois Lowry, will use sets and costumes in black and white to represent a colorless world.
The Office of Global Engagement Scholarship application and Student Study Abroad Budget form are due on Feb. 15.
Beth Kligerman, head of talent and talent development for The Second City in Chicago, will visit the school of theater Saturday.
OCU police department is asking for help after a peeping Tom was reported in Walker Hall dormitory.
“Let’s Talk About It” will host discussions on books about baseball and American values. The third of five discussions was Tuesday. The last two discussions are scheduled for 7 p.m. Feb. 9 and 23.
The Regional Food Bank of Oklahoma is searching for student volunteers.
After 10 years Lance Marsh, artistic director of TheatreOCU, is stepping down. The move is to allow Marsh to focus on creating the Center for Excellence in Classical Theatre Training.
OCU partnered last year with Enterprise Rent-A-Car to start CarShare, a program that allows students to rent cars on campus.
The price increase began at the beginning of last semester, but the group rate was raised as a whole, not toward OCU exclusively.
The Physician Assistant Program will host a panel on diversity in healthcare.