The Student Government Association recently sent out a survey to students to get feedback about their role on campus.
The Ethics Bowl is a competition in which students debate ethical cases covering a wide range of disciplines, including law, medicine, political science, and journalism.
The masterclass was designed to help students navigate and understand the development of new works and maximize their opportunities for auditions and networking.
Racing Extinction, sheds light on the underground world of endangered species trade.
Students, faculty and staff learned last month about what to do in emergency situations.
Students have complained about issues of clarity and transparency with parking and housing.
Kronhaus said she started the classes because she wanted to use her knowledge to help other people live healthier lifestyles.
Dr. Mark Davies was named a convener for the process of revising the Social Principles of the United Methodist Church for the Natural World section.
The Wesley Center implemented a new Methodist “Church-Hopping” program to help students find home churches.
Throughout the years, OOTB began producing more contemporary works in new and interesting ways, which is what the organization focuses on today.
Based on how often the term is used in the next few years, officials will determine whether the acronym change should be permanent.
Chartwells, the university’s food service provider, has impressed some students with its food options, but officials have yet to open the Chick-fil-A Express students were promised.
The FIRST program was created to help first-generation college students find a community and a support system throughout their time on campus until graduation.
University officials are considering adding a “K” to OCU’s acronym.
Rehearsals are underway for Out of the Box’s final production of the year, Consider the Oyster by David MacGregor.
Students can get involved by joining a team or starting their own, volunteering to set up, volunteering during the event, or donating to the cause.
“At the end of the year, there are those dumpsters, and everyone just throws their stuff away. So why not make a little money and help out some freshmen?”
The issue of gender equality is important to many students. View pictures students submitted of the women’s march.
The program is open to freshmen and sophomores with a 3.5 GPA or higher, and current students must have at least 12 credit hours.