A man was arrested outside of Walker Center for Arts and Sciences Monday morning.
Administrators are addressing a student petition regarding the quality of theater facilities and officials’ transparency about the theater budget. The petition’s creators originally asked for 200 signatures before the petition would be presented to the theater school’s deans for consideration. Since then, 169 students, alumni and students’ relatives signed the petition. The petition was given…
Dr. Helen Gaudin recently was named the college’s associate dean after serving in the position on an interim basis since 2015.
The men’s golf team is looking to win the National Association for Intercollegiate Athletics National Championship for the second year in a row.
Two mass communications classes created national award-winning videos.
Michelle Millben will be the speaker for the undergraduate class, and the speaker for the graduate class will be Dr. Melissa Hakman.
A beadworking workshop will be hosted in conjunction with the Spring Equinox Exhibition in the School of Visual Arts.
Relay For Life raised $19,001 to benefit the American Cancer Society, but organizers are still accepting donations.
As tornado season approaches, university officials said they want students to feel prepared and capable in extreme weather situations.
University officials are considering adding a “K” to OCU’s acronym.
The Broken Emmys is an event in which some students will screen their original work for the public. Any OCU student can submit work.
The students of OCUEdge are preparing to perform their last production of this season.
The School of Visual Arts is hosting drop-in pottery workshops with the help of a community artist.
Rehearsals are underway for Out of the Box’s final production of the year, Consider the Oyster by David MacGregor.
Student Government Association was missing $1,492 in the most recent budget audit.
Student senators are questioning each others’ motives after what appears to be a conflict of interest involving top officials.
Star Summit is an annual leadership conference hosted by student affairs. It brings together students leaders from many on-campus organizations to discuss ideas about how to be better leaders and how to improve the campus.
Officials are hosting a “30 Under 30” luncheon during All Alumni Weekend.
Poet laureates are official, government or institutional-appointed poets hired to write poems for special events and occasions.
James DePuy, former undergraduate adviser for Meinders School of Business, recently retired, so business students will work with a new adviser this semester.
Some students say they are having trouble adjusting to problems with the electric system in Banning Hall. Banning adapted to a new air conditioning system earlier this year. The new system led to some initial malfunctions with heating, prompting maintenance workers to distribute space heaters to residents. The space heaters indirectly caused the electrical outlets…
The university hosted and won the first National Association for Intercollegiate Athletics Competitive Cheer Championship.
Members of the Strategic Planning Steering Committee will meet with students to update them on their plan for the university’s future.
Student Government Association will have a new president later this month, but he’s already working to fulfill campaign promises.
The university’s “FIRST” program will host their second annual finals week celebration.
The Student Government Association presidential candidates revealed the results of the vote today.