The campus closed at 4 p.m. Thursday due to inclement weather. The performances of “Home for the Holidays” and “It’s a Wonderful Life” will still go on as planned. Patrons who cannot attend can the box office at (405) 208 5227 to exchange their tickets for a different performance, depending on ticket availability. The Dulaney-Browne […]
The Kramer School of Nursing east building has been evacuated due to smoke seen on the second floor. Smoke was seen on the second floor in the Dean’s Suite about 11:45 on Tuesday. The fire department was called, and the building was promptly evacuated. The cause of the smoke has not yet been identified.
Kelli O’Hara, Broadway star and OCU alumna, will give a masterclass today at noon in Petree Recital Hall in the Kirkpatrick Fine Arts Center.
The university is closed due to inclement weather.
Phi Mu members Kaitlyn Rice, dance performance soph. Shannon Beshears, dance performance fr., and MaryAnn Grover, economics/finance soph., under the advisement of Elise Bradshaw, present a Christmas wreath to the other sorority houses on campus. They are welcomed to the annual Festive Feast, held Thursday Nov. 21 in the Great Hall of the Tom and Brenda McDaniel University Center, by Panhellenic head, Franchesca McDowell, a junior marketing major.
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An OCU professor will star in a local theater production this weekend. D. Lance Marsh, associate professor of theater and artistic director of TheatreOCU will play Mark Rathko in the play Red at Oklahoma City Repertory Theatre. Red, written by John Logan, tells the story of the renowned artist Mark Rathko and his young assistant […]
OCU’s Got Talent, a campus-wide talent show, has been canceled. Unexpected difficulties were cited as the cause for canceling the event. The Black Student Association planned the event, which was planned for Wednesday night. The talent show was called off on Wednesday. Students were informed of the cancellation on the Facebook event page. The association […]
The athletic department’s annual canned food drive is returning this year, with a focus on wider campus outreach.
The drive benefits Skyline Urban Ministry, a United Methodist charity. Donations will be accepted until Dec. 8.
Cokesbury Court Apartments officials are hosting an energy conservation competition between buildings until Dec. 17.
The OCU chapter of Phi Kappa Phi, an academic honors society, has been recognized as a Chapter of Merit.
OCU’s chapter was one of 50 across the country to be honored with the distinction.
OCU has a new online degree checklist in the making for next semester.
OCU Religious Life hosted their second Operation Christmas Child collection drive last week.
OCU will host an independently organized TEDxWomen conference Dec. 5.
University officials are reviewing the school’s tobacco policy, of which electronic cigarettes are not part. The devices heat nicotine and other chemicals to produce vapor, but do not contain tobacco. Among other schools that have considered updating their policies is Oklahoma State University, where officials delayed a vote Oct. 25 to ban e-cigarettes.
The Office of University Advancement is hiring callers for the OCU Phonathon.
Students will be paid $10 an hour to contact university alumni by phone to update their information and request donations.
Art LeFrancois, law professor continues OCU’s series of book discussions this month.
His presentation will take place at 6:30 p.m. today at Full Circle Bookstore, 1900 N.W. Expressway. The event is free and open to the public.
OCU Panhellenic is reformatting their annual Festive Feast this year to include Phi Mu, the newest sorority on campus.
Students have noticed stray cats living within the Cokesbury gates and around campus.
Students have not claimed these cats as their own.
Security concerns in Cokesbury apartments may be solved in the coming semester
OCU’s Phi Mu colony became a chapter Saturday, during their initiation and installation ceremony.
The fraternity Phi Gamma Delta is hosting its philanthropy week this week.
The group had a bake sale outside of the caf Monday.
The Wanda L. Bass school of music will start using HD video streaming during ensemble performances in Petree recital hall.
An alumna and former university employee charged with stealing more than $104,000 from the university pleaded guilty last week to the charge.
Lisa Riggs was charged Sept. 18 in the western district of Oklahoma with wire fraud.
Time management is causing confusion in the university’s chapter of Fellowship of Christian Athletes, but officials plan to host a community event next semester. OCU’s chapter of FCA has existed since 2004 as a student organization where athletes can unite for religious worship and support. There are 20 to 30 FCA members on campus, ranging […]