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.