OCU partnered with Washington University in St. Louis, Missouri, to create liberally educated engineering majors.
A celebration of Dr. Regina Bennett’s life was scheduled Jan. 14 but has been postponed due to weather. The memorial will now take place Jan. 15.
The university closed today Jan. 13 due to inclement weather forecasts throughout the week. Students took to social media to express their happiness for the day off.
Kyle Steele has stepped down as the volleyball coach. There is not currently a replacement for Steele, but the position has been opened.
Holly Moye has been named director of the school of visual arts. She will join the faculty Jan. 23.
The provost search committee determined Buchanan was the top candidate for the position based on the survey data collected from students, faculty and staff.
Local artist Nick Lillard is displaying one of his sculptures on campus during the Christmas season.
A 43-year-old student was arrested and charged with one count of possession of a controlled dangerous substance.
Several OCU students attended the Peace House’s annual Peace Festival to learn about local issues, listen to local musicians, and eat vegan-friendly foods.
After directing three operas last year, Evita, Jackie O, and Don Pasquale, David Herendeen has found himself with three awards from the National Opera Association for each one, all in different divisions.
Officials are still working towards transforming Smith Hall into a dorm to house people of different faiths to promote interfaith dialogue on campus. The dorm is projected to be open to students by the fall of 2018.
The Ann Lacy School of Dance and Entertainment will present its annual Christmas extravaganza Home For the Holidays.
Student Government Association has conducted yet another survey in their attempt to rethink the plus/minus grading system used at OCU. This resolution has been led by SGA President Nic Rhodes even before becoming president.
In Chats with Chandler, Chandler Hardy takes time out of her schedule to interview strong women about their unique perspectives of the world and their experiences within it. She explains her show in detail.
The School of Theatre will host a reading of The Eight: Reindeer Monologues at 6 p.m. Dec. 9 in the Black Box theater in Wanda L. Bass School of Music.
Downtown in December is an annual local series of holiday-related events. It includes favorites like ice skating in the Devon Ice Rink and snow tubing.
Submissions are now being accepted for The Scarab, which is an anthology of students’ writing and art, including fiction, nonfiction and poetry, as well as photography and other art.
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.