I realized that I have something in common with creative geniuses from around the world. No, it isn’t my unique talent for writing sonnets, painting portraits, or composing symphonies. It’s my inherent need to schedule out my day. So how does my schedule stack up?
The candidates for Student Government Association’s 2015 election have been announced. There is only one position that has two candidates. Brandon Elder, acting freshman, and Nic Rhodes, economics sophomore, are running for Student Senate vice president. Election campaigns start March 24. A candidate forum will take place at 6 p.m. March 26 in the Great Hall […]
The women’s basketball team will compete March 24 in the NAIA Division 1 women’s basketball tournament’s championship game. The team will play against Campbellsville at the Independence Events Center in Independence, Mo. The Stars advanced after defeating 16th-ranked Westmont, 77-57, in the semifinals March 23 at the Independence Events Center. “They have a sense of […]
Spending Spring Break in OKC? You’re just in luck because this weekend kicks off one of the most fun-filled holidays of the year. Time to get out your brightest green attire and embrace your inner Irish as Oklahoma City celebrates Saint Patrick’s Day. The festivities begin this Saturday with the 31st annual Saint Patrick’s Day […]
By Lauren Matheny, Lifestyles Editor Many performance students will head to New York City during Spring Break to participate in the 10 annual Spring Break NYC program. In mid-December, the OCUNYC alumni organization, who organize the event each year, announced that the workshop would be canceled due to lost funding. In the weeks that followed […]
By Taylor Rey, Staff Writer The annual Big Event will move back on campus this year. The Student Activities Council elected the theme for this year’s activities as “World’s Fair.” It will be a culturally diverse fair hosted on campus April 23. Big Event is an event for students coordinated by the Student Activities Committee […]
The Student Government Association may face a budget cut next year. This year’s budget for SGA was $213,263 as of July 1. This budget doesn’t include the rollover amount from last year, which was about $19,000. SGA also had about $9,000 in their reserve fund, which is used for nontraditional student organization requests. Officials have […]
Update: as of 11:15 full power has been restored to campus. Several campus buildings are without power, HVAC, and hot water after an electrical transformer near campus was damaged. Buildings without any power include the Wanda L. Bass school of Music, Kirkpatrick Fine Arts Center, Henry J. Freede Wellness Center, Dawson-Loeffler Science and Mathematics […]
The women’s basketball team becomes Sooner Athletic Conference champions by winning against Oklahoma Baptist,76-70, March 7 at Abe Lemons Arena in Henry J. Freede Wellness and Activity Center. The team worked hard for the championship win, sophomore Guard Albany Anderson said. “We had a game plan and we executed,” Anderson said. “I feel on top of the world. Being undefeated […]
By Kyle Wallace, Staff Writer The annual Spring Sing competition has been rescheduled after inclement weather led to the event being cancelled on March 4. The competition will now happen at 8 p.m. April 8 in the Petree Recital Hall. This date was chosen because it was the only time Petree was not already booked […]
OCU is hosting this year’s Sooner Athletic Conference basketball tournament.
TheatreOCU is known for producing excellent theatre. But often times, the subject matter is deep, dark, and depressing. The 2014-2015 season has been especially dark. After seeing The Trojan Women, a tragic play about the battered women of Troy, and Night, Mother, a play about suicide, I wondered why we produced so many sad shows. So I asked.
The main campus and the School of Law will be closed March 4 due to inclement weather. The closing was announced through a Blue Alert that was sent out to students, faculty and staff around 11 p.m. March 3. Keep checking MediaOCU for more updates.