This episode of News on the Twos focuses on Resolution 001, upcoming holiday events and sports.
A bin was set up in the community garden behind Oklahoma Children’s Theater with hopes of adding more in the future.
Watch all the Homecoming Lip Sync performances.
Students, faculty and community partners came together to celebrate peace through discussions on diversity and inclusion, poetry and artwork.
After Hurricane Harvey hit Texas, students from the area came together in a Facebook Messenger group for moral support. Clara Foster, dance sophomore, started a clothing drive, which quickly expanded with the help of other students in the group and with support from the university.
Last week, OCU welcomed new members to the student body. As freshmen adjust to college life and classes, they look forward to the new adventures the semester will hold.
SGA presidential candidates Randy Gibson-Black and David Hall sat down with “OCU NOW” host Jamison Keefover to discuss their personal platforms and candidacies.
Voting for the next Student Government Association president opens 8 a.m. Tuesday and closes 5 p.m. Wednesday.
The OCU Women’s Basketball team faced John Brown University in the Freede Health and Wellness Center on Thursday, Feb. 9, 2017.
The lockdown worried some students, but communication from the university eased their concerns.
Mike Stamp and Jacob Keen, film production seniors, were filming an anti-DUI public service announcements when a drunk driver almost hit Stamp.
On Jan. 19, more than 150 students vied for the chance to be in the Spring production of Anything Goes. Having already passed round one of the audition process, hopeful performers sang and danced for over five hours during callbacks.
The issue of gender equality is important to many students. Watch a compilation of reasons why students march for women’s rights.
More than 300 students auditioned for the Bass School of Music’s spring production of Anything Goes. Watch the what the process is like.
Watch videos of all the Homecoming Lip Sync performances from Nov. 4.
The campus just kicked off Homecoming with a carnival full of events.
“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.