Officials revisit school’s tobacco policy


University officials are reviewing the school’s tobacco policy, of which electronic cigarettes are not part. The devices heat nicotine and other chemicals to produce vapor, but do not contain tobacco. Among other schools that have considered updating their policies is Oklahoma State University, where officials delayed a vote Oct. 25 to ban e-cigarettes.

Path to national soccer championship changes


The university’s women’s soccer team won the Sooner Athletic Conference title Nov. 4. The claim has guaranteed the Stars a spot at nationals in the past, but only the SAC tournament champion will go to nationals this year because of conference redistricting.

Student Publications names new top editors

Farris Willingham

Student Publications has named students to its two top editor posts.

Officials announce coach’s departure

Athletic director continues search for new men’s basketball coach.

Officials challenged by search for additional parking

Difficulty in finding parking on college campuses is a universal issue.

Universitywide event to recognize cancer victims

Relay For Life

Victims of cancer will be commemorated at the upcoming Relay For Life event.

Student government plans OCU Speaks

SGA logo

Student Government Association plans to gather student opinions at OCU Speaks.

Event raises $300 for charity

Tim Johnson, acting freshman, pretends to look over the side of a ship during the Kappa Sigma Spring Sing performance Wednesday in Petree Audtiorium in Kirkpatrick Fine Arts Center.  Kappa Sigma won Best of Show as well as first place at the event. Photo by Marianne Pickens.

Student organizations raised their voices for a cause on March 3 at Spring Sing.

Basketball teams to compete in conference tournament


The men’s and women’s basketball teams are preparing for the Sooner Athletic Conference Tournament.

Senators fill seats, vote on bills, leaving about $2,400 left

Three time was a charm for senators on Tuesday, March 1.

Students seek boost during midterms

Gloria Jones

Midterms are within the next few weeks, which means student workloads will increase and students will seek energy boosters.

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