“Something Old, Something New, Something Bold, Something Blue” is the theme this year’s Homecoming.
A one-minute preview of the first Stage II show of TheatreOCU’s season: “The Residents of Craigslist”
Dr. Larry Cobb, history professor, has been donating book funding to the Dulaney-Browne Library for 25 years and has now donated close to $25,000.
Construction for the locker room building began in early March and the completion date is set for early June. The two-story building will house 48 locker rooms, offices for coaches and a common area for players to lounge and study in.
Each year, Love Not Hate Day is sponsored to recognize the OCU community’s commitment to show love and not hate.
Watch Kelsey Simmons, mass communications sophomore, being crowned 2016’s Miss Black OCU.
Willie Butler, weekend grill man, hosted a special brunch for Valentine’s day. He did this to show his gratitude to the OCU community, but also to show the men of OCU how to properly treat women.
The Student Government Association’s Sodexo Resolution was passed by consent last week.
Student Government Association’s Free Movie Night of the semester is tonight. Despite the recent raise in group movie tickets, the Student Activities Council has decided to continue using Harkins Theatre, 150 E. Reno Ave, as the venue.
Chance Johnson, president of Student Government Association, delivers the 2016 State of the Students speech, where he discusses things SGA has been working on and things he hopes to accomplish this semester.
Whether these students want to be healthier, make a difference or just vow not to have one, they decided to share their new year’s resolutions with MediaOCU when Multimedia Editor Miguel Rios hit the streets.
Student leaders across campus brainstormed together to find the top 10 issues on campus at STAR Summit April 24. The event has been hosted by Student Affairs every spring to help bring together leaders from every student organization on campus to build community, plan the student activity calendar for the next academic year, and identify…
The cast of the newest production, The 20th Anniversary Oklahoma City Bombing Project, opened their doors April 6 for a special rehearsal for local media to attend.
With schedules filling up in the first weeks of the new semester, thinking about volunteering can be stressful. But random acts of kindness provide a quick and easy way to give back to the community.
Students and faculty organized an event on Friday, Oct. 24, to show support of Oklahoma City’s Muslim community.During the Friday afternoon service at the Grand Mosque of Oklahoma City, Christians and Jews from across the state gathered outside. When the Muslim service goers left their prayer meeting, they were greeted and thanked by those standing outside.
Want to get off campus for some city fun this weekend? Here are the top events happening in OKC in the next three days.
The Oklahoma City Public School District closed schools Friday, Jan. 24 due to extremely cold temperatures. The announcement was made at 5:30 a.m. Friday morning, after consideration of the temperature and forecast for the day. Rod McKinley, OKC Schools Chief HR Officer, spoke to News Channel 4 this morning about the decision. “It was actually…
The Oklahoma City University police department provides services beyond their duties as law enforcement officers. OCUPD provides safety escorts, vehicular assists and an identification number engraving services for valuable items. To contact the police department for a safety escort or motor assist, call 405.208.5001. If there is an emergency, dial 405.208.5911.
The university counselors promote stress relief during finals week by brining therapy dogs to campus. Brandi Gibson, director of university counseling, said the best way to relieve stress is to maintain a healthy diet and sleep regularly throughout the semester.
By Ally Hansen President Obama gave his State of the Union Address February 12. He presented several plans for education, including preschool for all children, a “college scorecard”, high-tech education rewards, better school buildings, and clearer financial aid. To read more about the education ideas discussed, or to watch the video, click here.
OKLAHOMA CITY – What do Sabbath candles, potato pancakes, funny masks and a sukkah have in common? All are part of the Jewish life cycle events and holidays that will be displayed at the Festival of Jewish Living this April in the Bishop W. Angie Smith Chapel at OCU. Food and objects from each of…