Randy Gipson-Black, religion sophomore, won the SGA presidential election 75 to 25 percent, becoming the president-elect until the inauguration on April 7.
As Americans across the country tuned in to today’s inauguration, Joanne Hoch, acting junior, described what the day would entail if she became the president.
The president’s installation ceremony honored a deceased member of the campus community.
With a mace in hand, medallion around his neck and a Bible near, President Robert Henry said he felt well-charged to serve as the 17th president of OCU.
The Kramer School of Nursing celebrated its grand opening with a ceremony as a part of the inauguration activities.
Current Student Government Association leaders offered their support and wishes of good luck to incoming Senators April 5 at the last Senate meeting for the current Senate body
OCU’s Distinguished Speaker series will present David Brooks at 7:30 p.m. April 6 in Henry J. Freede Wellness and Activity Center.
Inauguration planners are providing students, staff and faculty with the unique chance to hear speakers from a range of backgrounds.
Students will have the exciting opportunity to attend several events next week surrounding President Robert Henry’s inauguration.
President Robert Henry’s birthday April 4 won’t only be celebrated by blowing out candles.
OKLAHOMA CITY — The Gothic contours of a landmark Oklahoma City church will reverberate with a musical masterwork of epic proportions as 350 singers and orchestral musicians join forces for the rarely heard Requiem by Hector Berlioz. Musicians from OCU will perform the work at 4 p.m. April 3 at First Presbyterian Church.
Student leaders will kick off the year with a briefing event. Student Government Association will host “State of the Students” to update the OCU community on its happenings.