OCU Jewish Stars sponsored a sukkah on the quad in celebration of Judaism’s holiday of Sukkot.
A vehicle theft, two auto burglaries, and multiple attempted auto burglaries occurred around 2 a.m. Oct. 17 near United Methodist Hall.
Trader Joe’s, a grocery store that boasts quality produce at low prices, opened a store in Nichols Hills last month, catching the attention of some students.
Representatives from five of the 80 campus student organizations attended Student Government Association’s first Prexie Club meeting Sept. 29.
Student organizations can request assistance from the associate dean of students for leadership and developmental training and workshops.
The Physician Assistant program is hosting a “Trick or Treatment” 5K and one-mile Fun Run to raise money.
The Oklahoma City Ballet has offices on the second floor of Gold Star Memorial Building.
Students are expressing concerns about recent events on campus that make them feel unsafe.
The Film Institute Series will be showing its third film of the season this Sunday. It will be a Chinese film about coming home from war.
A regular shopping trip to the mall turned scary when a student caught sight of a clown.
Some students can add their scholarships together until they pay for tuition, while others cannot stack their specific scholarship types, causing confusion and frustration.
Student Activities Council has received an increased budget for the semester. This increase in their budget enables them to put more money toward more events.
The Campus Health Center offers the flu shot, but students disagree on the vaccine’s effectiveness.
National Collegiate Alcohol Awareness week is Oct. 17-21, and OCU will be holding events on campus from Oct. 19-21.
Some students have complained about not getting their textbooks on time and have had to continue through the semester so far without them.
Brandon Stalling, music theater sophomore, is holding auditions for an all-male a cappella group.
“Let’s Talk About It, Oklahoma” is hosting discussions on books about Civil Rights and Equality.
On Oct 7 the Hispanic Student Association prepared for their annual Latino Youth Leadership Conference.
After more than a decade of serving as Bishop, Robert E. Hayes, Jr. retired. Bishop James Nunn took his place.
Dr. Frank Ragsdale, professor of voice, has taken a position for the year as a visiting instructor of voice at the University of Miami.
Vincent Sandoval was readmitted as a guest artist-in-residence, where he is teaching dance classes in tap, jazz, contemporary partnering and theater dance.
Students are frustrated by ongoing construction and water-related issues in United Methodist Hall.
Campus police recently released a new draft policy on weapons to students and faculty for review.
OCU currently houses the most emotional support animals in the school’s history.
Some students on campus received false emergency alerts around 8:30 p.m. Oct. 5.
A student hit the brick sign outside of the Cokesbury Apartments gate with their car last night, around 8:15 p.m.