School activities will shut down, but Oklahoma City will still be full of holiday events.
Mariah Kalka, dance sophomore, shares some of her holiday thoughts and traditions.
OCU Jewish Stars sponsored a sukkah on the quad in celebration of Judaism’s holiday of Sukkot.
Few holidays are more contested than Valentine’s Day. For some, it’s an opportunity to remind their loved ones how deeply they care, and spoil them with special gifts and extra attention. For others, the day is no more than a ploy by candy and card companies to up their dwindling sales in the spring. Find out the history behind the holiday, the present celebrations, and how this columnist’s spending her weekend.
OCU will be closed Monday, Jan. 18 for Martin Luther King, Jr. Day–but students can still participate in events around the city.
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…
OCU will present a “Holiday Bookfest” as part of its Powerful Prose series.
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.
Find out the hottest happenings in Oklahoma City this weekend.
The campus’s four sororities are coming together to give thanks for sisterhood with their annual Festive Feast.