During the year, the faculty or staff member will act as a mentor to the students in the group.
A shooting in Las Vegas has become the deadliest mass shooting in the U.S.
The listening library is a library space in Wanda L. Bass Music Center used to store musical scores, reference books and other performance-related materials.
The center is phasing out its older treadmills and adding new, more advanced treadmills.
President Robert Henry wrote a proclamation Oct. 12, 2015, establishing an official day of celebration for Native American people.
The Wesley Center implemented a new Methodist “Church-Hopping” program to help students find home churches.
A student claims he was racially profiled by Campus Police.
Biology fraternity Tri-Beta brings in a speaker to talk to students every other Thursday.
Former Secretary of Energy Ernest Moniz will speak about energy at Meinders School of Business.
Students are dealing with various insects on campus, including bed bugs, flies, cockroaches, and itch mites that cause scabies.
A poster showing solidarity with the Black Student Association was torn down earlier this month.
Throughout the years, OOTB began producing more contemporary works in new and interesting ways, which is what the organization focuses on today.
OCUpella, a student a capella group, will open the festival at 11 a.m. Sept. 30 on the festival’s main stage.
Based on the 1992 film of the same name, the musical Sister Act centers around an aspiring night club singer, “Deloris Van Cartier.”
Athletes will undergo a new drug testing process in accordance with the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics protocol.
The athletic department will host a golf tournament to raise money for the upcoming season.
The presidential search committee has begun the process of selecting a new university president, who is scheduled to take office July 1.
Students reported some unknown people on campus earlier this month.
Methodist Hall residents soon will have an easy way to recycle.
The Student Government Association budget was approved last week after a constitutional violation.
College Choice highlights the fact that OCU has 1,800 undergraduate students who can choose from 70 majors as one of the reasons for the ranking.
Students, faculty and community partners came together to celebrate peace through discussions on diversity and inclusion, poetry and artwork.
PaperCut replaced the university system that required students to transfer their papers to a flash drive or school computer before printing.
Based on how often the term is used in the next few years, officials will determine whether the acronym change should be permanent.
Students can get involved in a new program that aims to teach high schoolers about politics.
Applications for two freshmen at large Senate seats closed yesterday, but other seats are still open.