The campus police department is undergoing personnel changes. Bradd Brown resigned as police chief, but will continue in his role through Dec. 31.
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The presidential search committee is developing a position profile and marketing materials for potential candidates and the broader community.
Religion faculty are further emphasizing interfaith dialogue after a miscommunication at a local synagogue.
University officials advertised free admission application fees for transfer students from St. Gregory’s University.
Some student senators want the Student Government Association to take a stance against prejudice.
The Market at Alvin’s will expand later this month to a full market with additional space and new food options, officials said.
A fraternity won Homecoming sweepstakes this weekend for the first time in six years. The last time a fraternity won Homecoming was in 2011 when Lambda Chi Alpha took home the trophy, according to Student Publications archives. The men of Kappa Sigma won the 2017 Homecoming Sweepstakes. President Colton Kastrup, music theater senior, said he’s…
Give Back OKC will host a donation drive at Classen Coffee Co. in collaboration with local podcast “Localites OKC” to collect feminine hygiene products and socks to donate to the Oklahoma City homeless community.
Bradd Brown will no longer be chief of police.
The play follows “Danny,” a young white playwright whose play about the dramas of an African-American family, is selected for a prestigious play festival.
President Robert Henry is accepting three awards during November.
The gentlemen of Kappa Sigma took home the 2017 Homecoming sweepstakes trophy.
The show is a comedic opera composed by Mozart and based on the play of the same name.
Racing Extinction, sheds light on the underground world of endangered species trade.
The Student Philanthropy Committee is recruiting members to help choose the senior class gift.
The freshman class elected new senators to represent them in Student Government Association.
Officials are still fundraising and planning for Smith Hall to be turned into an interfaith dorm.
Theater officials established a timeline for renovations in Gold Star Memorial Building.
Students, faculty and staff learned last month about what to do in emergency situations.
Responses to the university’s drug and alcohol survey were low for the second consecutive year, making the information gleaned difficult to generalize.
Tuition will not change next academic year, but some fees will increase.
Applications for the new Meinders Business Leadership Fellows Program are open.
Kramer West, which includes the Campus Health Clinic, soon also will include the Herman and LaDonna Meinders Nursing Simulation Center.
The volleyball team has a 18-6 record so far this season.
Two athletic directors were promoted to new roles. Kelly Perry and Greg Kersgieter received promotions in September.