Victoria Swinney, director of Dulaney-Browne Library, is a well-known icon on the OCU campus, but few students know much about her life outside of the library.
Some student athletes returned to campus this semester to a surprise that made academic success more challenging.
This week, I interviewed Anthony Edwards, who works at night at the Dulaney-Browne Library as a circulation technician. Anthony is a helpful and enthusiastic librarian that students adore, but his interests reach far beyond books. Outside of his job, Anthony especially enjoys hiking and playing his drums. Q: Hey, Anthony! Can I ask you some questions…
The “Let’s Talk About It, Oklahoma” book discussion is kicking off its fall session this month. The discussion series will include five sessions, where a humanities scholar will present the book selection before participants are split into smaller groups with discussion leaders, allowing students and faculty to come together and share their thoughts and ideas….
Finals season is upon us. Many students will lock themselves away in dorm rooms and library cubicles, on blankets on the quad or the back booths of Alvin’s. But sometimes, to really get the full benefit of studying, you need to leave the campus and find your own space. Here are some of the best spots to plug in, tune out, and settle down for a few hours of solid studying in Oklahoma City.
The Let’s Talk About It, Oklahoma book discussion series will begin the new semester with a discussion of William Faulkner’s “As I Lay Dying.”The discussion will take place at 7 p.m. on Jan. 27 in room 151 of Walker Center.
The Let’s Talk About It, Oklahoma book discussion series will resume in January, with a new theme shaped around family drama.
The first meeting of the new year will take place at 7 p.m. on Jan. 13 in Walker Center room 151.
J.K. Rowling will release 12 Harry Potter stories coinciding with the 12 days of Christmas, according to an announcement made in a Pottermore newsletter. At least one of the stories will focus on Draco Malfoy. To read more on Rowling’s other Potter-related activity, click here. “Guardians of Peace,” the group responsible for the Nov. 24th…
OCU will present a “Holiday Bookfest” as part of its Powerful Prose series.
By Submitted “Capitol Offense,” by William Bernhardt, is the next book to be discussed in the Let’s Talk About It, Oklahoma book discussion series. The discussion will take place at 7 p.m. Oct. 7 in Walker Center, Room 151. This year, the series is focusing on crime novels which take place in Oklahoma. “Capitol Offense”…
The 2014 “Let’s Talk About It” book discussion series will feature novels of investigative crime taking place in Oklahoma. The first discussion will take place at 7 p.m. on Sept 9 in Walker Center room 151, and will feature the novel “The Old Buzzard Had It Coming,” by Donis Casey. At each session in the…
The Wu-Tang Clan plans to release only one copy of their secretly-recorded new double album The Wu – Once Upon a Time in Shaolin. The album is priced in the millions and will be presented in a handcrafted silver box designed by British Moroccan artist Yahya. “By taking this step, we hope to re-enforce the weight…
The book discussion series Let’s Talk About It returned Tuesday with a discussions focusing on Muslim stories in America.
Art LeFrancois, law professor continues OCU’s series of book discussions this month.
His presentation will take place at 6:30 p.m. today at Full Circle Bookstore, 1900 N.W. Expressway. The event is free and open to the public.
On Sept. 12, some of you may have felt an earthquake on campus.
In reality it was just me jumping for joy at the news release that there is going to be a new Harry Potter movie… kind of.
While the movie has nothing to do with Harry or his friends, it is set in the universe of the Harry Potter series.