Ah, comedy-horror. The one genre capable of evoking a smile of approval from some and a grimace of nauseous terror from others.
Anna Wenger, acting sophomore, shares her holiday plans and experiences.
The production consists of 130 dancers performing in a variety of styles.
School activities will shut down, but Oklahoma City will still be full of holiday events.
As the Christmas season approaches, don’t forget that we still have Thanksgiving.
Local artist Nick Lillard is displaying one of his sculptures on campus during the Christmas season.
Nobody has time to watch all of these new movies, but we can relate to these photos from them. I added my own captions.
The School of Theatre will host a reading of The Eight: Reindeer Monologues at 6 p.m. Dec. 9 in the Black Box theater in Wanda L. Bass School of Music.
Downtown in December is an annual local series of holiday-related events. It includes favorites like ice skating in the Devon Ice Rink and snow tubing.
Students expressed concern about the changes America will experience with the new president. Change is inevitable, but we can count on these to stay the same:
Everyone loves a class Christmas movie, but here are some updates sure to resonate with OCU students.
When it comes to gifts, it’s the thought that counts, but some people’s thoughts are stranger than others. Here are ten strange gifts received by students.
Some people believe Starbucks is using red coffee cups to declare war on Christianity and Christmas. In years past Starbucks celebrated the holiday season by using special red cups with wintery Christmas-themed designs. Snowflakes, Christmas ornaments, caroling snowmen, and reindeer adorned cups of Christmases past. But this year the coffee chain chose to celebrate the…
The Wesley Center teamed up with Circle of Care to provide Christmas presents to 12 foster children. Circle of Care is a United Methodist organization whose mission is to help children and families in need assure a healthy future, according to its website, circleofcare.org. “They have given us 12 children to take care of and…
The OCU campus has turned festive with the advent of the holiday season. Buildings across campus have blossomed with holiday cheer. Take a virtual tour of the bedecked campus with Student Publications.
OCU partnered with Arvest Bank to conduct research surveys about financial security and its link with holiday spending.
Friday, Dec. 5 –Justin Timberlake’s The 20/20 Experience: 8 p.m. at the Chesapeake Energy Arena. Watch one of America’s most famous performers live on stage in a one-night-only spectacular. Tickets can be purchased online. –Paseo Arts District First Friday Gallery Walk: 6-10 p.m. in the Paseo District. Visit 17 galleries featuring the work of over…
The American Spirit Dance Company will kick off the Christmas season with the annual Home for the Holidays dance show, performed Dec. 11-14 in Kirkpatrick Auditorium.
Thanksgiving passed, and Oklahoma City is ready for Christmas. The song It’s Beginning to Look a lot like Christmas could apply to the city this time of year with holiday-themed events happening across town.
Thanksgiving Break provides a tantalizing teaser to the joys of home: days full of family, naps, television, and home-cooked meals become the reality. But losing motivation during the final weeks of the semester can have a disastrous effect on grades and participation.
Students of the Wimberly School of Religion have organized a way to give a gift that gives back with the alternative gift market this holiday season. Students can make a donation to Methodist charities, including Project Transformation, which provides kids with homework help and literacy instruction and the opportunity to support various charities around the world.
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The Ann Lacy School of American Dance and Arts Management will present their annual Home for the Holidays Christmas dance show Dec. 5-8.
OCU Religious Life hosted their second Operation Christmas Child collection drive last week.
The holiday season provides many opportunities for students to give back to their community through service.
Store workers already are filling shelves with glittery trees and oversized reindeer in preparation for the holiday season. Whether students celebrate Christmas, Hanukkah, Kwanza, Saturnalia, or any combination thereof, they likely need to buy at least one gift this year.