Gold Star Building repairs scheduled for December completion

Gold star building

The long awaited renovation of the Gold Star Memorial Building is slated for completion in December.The building, constructed in 1953, was built in memory of the Methodists who died in World War II, according to an article alumna Amanda Alfanos wrote for The Oklahoman.

Pom, cheerleading win national championship titles

"Everyone was screaming, hugging, jumping up and down, and laughing." - Emily Tobin, pom co-captain

Emily Tobin has never been one to cry, but said she found herself tearing up Saturday after learning she contributed to winning two national championships for OCU.

Community offers challenges for president at inauguration

President Robert Henry speaks during the installation ceremony April 6 in Henry J. Freede Wellness and Activity Center. Photo: Marianne Pickens/ The Campus

With a mace in hand, medallion around his neck and a Bible near, President Robert Henry said he felt well-charged to serve as the 17th president of OCU.

Students witness dispute, arrest

Officers handcuff a crime suspect March 30 behind the Kappa Sigma house, address. Photo: Marianne Pickens/ The Campus

Students witnessed a post-theft dispute at about 2 p.m. today, March 30, behind the Kappa Sigma House, 2412 Virginia Ave.

Students reimbursed for flood damage


When Morgan McLaughlin was released last month to move back into her room in Oklahoma United Methodist Hall, she didn’t budge.

SGA contenders campaign, aim for the win

Thirty-one students began campaigning for open Student Government Association positions last week.

Relationship hide and seek

Cahan Courtney

Website uses anonymous “flirting” tactics to initiate college student relationships

Students file for SGA candidacy

Arianna Harmon edit

March 7 was the deadline for students to apply for positions as official representative voices for the student body.

Committee examines plans to accommodate the disabled


Officials are deciding how to divide their budget for the next few years

Editor introduces new MediaOCU blogs

Amanda Alfanos

After sending out a campuswide survey last year during our redesign process, we hope to provide more content in an area our readers expressed particular interest in — opinion.

Tragedy, comedy at the opera

Deonna Cattledge, vocal performance senior, plays Zita in Schicchi on Feb. 20 in Kirkpatrick Auditorium in Kirkpatrick Fine Arts Center. Zita plays the matriarch of the family. “She is greedy and wants the money,” Cattledge said.

The Wanda L. Bass School of Music will premiere an operatic double feature this weekend, a tragedy and a comedy.

Leaving a legacy

Mary Price Boday, associate professor of dance and head of the American Dance Pedagogy track, demonstrates a movement during a ballet class on Friday in Studio M in Edith Kinney Gaylord Center.

Dance professor to depart, give students tangible gift

Students win seven broadcast honors

On air

Eight students will take home awards for seven entries March 3 at the Oklahoma Broadcast Education Association’s student banquet day.

Community remembers ‘revolutionary’ professor

Elaine Smokewood, English professor, died Jan. 10 at her home in Augusta, Kan.

Using Yahoo! instant messenger and a TV screen, a student was one professor’s lifeline.

Students to produce film with professional

director's chair

Ty Fanning and Dillon Horner acting sophomores, will be on set next month — not as actors, but as co-directors. The two will work for the first time to portray a script they co-wrote.

SGA officials appoint new senators

Katie Alsup

Student Senate appointed two new senators to fill seats vacated this semester. Katie Alsup and Alexis Embry were appointed to two of several open seats Jan. 25 during Senate’s weekly meeting.

Students affected by week’s fourth on-campus deluge

Water drains into a Smith Hall Dormitory toilet Tuesday. The deluge was caused by a chilled water line, Glen Kierstead, facilities employee, said. Photo: Marianne Pickens/ The Campus

Residents of Smith Residence Hall’s northeast corner sought refuge after dorm flooding

Senators determine funding amounts, approve budget

Money in your hands

Student senators were called to a special session tonight to vote on the Spring 2011 budget and organizational allotments.

Officials update students on ‘Titanic’ flood

A TRC worker cleans up a room affected by a burst emergency sprinkler system Wednesday in Oklahoma United Methodist Hall. Photo by: Marianne Pickens/ The Campus

Oklahoma United Methodist Hall residents were made aware this afternoon of statuses of their rooms. They were advised via phone call from John Riggs, dean of students, and housing officials to move out of the facility for the time being.

Student Government Association officials reprimand class senators

Four student senators failed to meet a Student Government Association requirement during the fall semester.

President vetoes anti-bullying resolution

Students won’t see possible changes to university bullying policies until the spring.

Officials name new associate business dean

Dr. Michael Williams

Officials named Dr. Michael Williams as associate dean of Meinders School of Business.

Senators table bill, pass four bills unanimously

Student Senate passed four bills and tabled one bill at their Nov. 9 meeting. Two of the bills were presented by emergency.

Identity of new interim business dean revealed


Dr. Steve Agee will become interim dean of Meinders School of Business on Monday.

Officials choose interim business dean

Officials have chosen the new interim business dean, but are keeping his or her name a secret.

Fraternity president shares plans, goals

Jarred Johnson, mass communications junior, is recognized Oct. 5 in the Gardner Center in Meinders School of Business. Johnson was chosen as the first Phi Gamma Delta president for the OCU chapter. the Photo: Marianne Pickens/The Campus

Offices are in place and Phi Gamma Delta founding members are aiming to build a reputation.

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