The Campus newspaper and its web partner, MediaOCU.com, were recently honored in the national Best of Collegiate Design contest. College Media Association hosts the national competition, which is in its 21st year. This year’s Best of Collegiate Design received more than 1,000 entries from 128 colleges and universities. Twenty media professionals judged the entries. MediaOCU […]
The layout editor for OCU’s Student Publications staff won a state award for a design published in The Campus newspaper.
By Emma Velez, Columnist April 16 marked the 50th anniversary of the day that Martin Luther King, Jr. began writing his acclaimed Letter from Birmingham Jail. I was among those members of the OCU community who participated in a worldwide coordinated reading of King’s letter to celebrate its historic impact and continued relevance in today’s […]
Oklahoma ranks among the 10 worst states for women’s health in the nation, according to TIME and Health Magazines.
If you’re a social media addict like me, it’s likely that you’ve seen the debate memes, or, as I fondly refer to them, “the gifs that keep on giving.”
Student Senate has about $16,600 left in rolling appropriations after approving six bills this semester.
Minutes from the April 10 Student Senate meeting reveal each senators’ votes for the impeachment of Emma Velez, Student Government Association president.
Communication was a buzzword at the weekly Student Senate meeting as senators discussed ways to be proactive and improve relations with organizations.
Senators approved the budget and standing rules for the Fall 2011 semester at the first Student Senate meeting of the new academic year.
Senators approved three requests presented April 26 at their weekly meeting.
Senators voted to approve Student Government Association’s appointments for the 2011-2012 academic year at their first meeting with the new senatorial board.
Two sophomores were elected to executive positions with Student Government Association.
Senators will present eight pieces of legislation March 29 at the weekly Senate meeting.
Students will elect new Student Government Association leaders March 29-30.
Candidate says leadership experience variety differentiates her in presidential race
March 7 was the deadline for students to apply for positions as official representative voices for the student body.
Relay For Life committee members are hosting “Power Purple Week” to promote the April event to benefit the American Cancer Society.
Senators will meet at their regular meeting time, despite university cancelations. The meeting will be hosted at 8 p.m. in the Great Hall in Tom and Brenda McDaniel University Center.