Community offers challenges for president at inauguration

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.

Velez, Cook win SGA executive seats

Two sophomores were elected to executive positions with Student Government Association.

Candidates vie for SGA presidency

Students will elect new Student Government Association leaders March 29-30.

SGA contenders campaign, aim for the win

Thirty-one students began campaigning for open Student Government Association positions last week.

Senate passes emergency legislation, makes announcements

Senators passed a new piece of legislation Tuesday at their weekly Student Senate meeting.

Senators determine funding amounts, approve budget

Student senators were called to a special session tonight to vote on the Spring 2011 budget and organizational allotments.

Leaders to address university community

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.

President vetoes anti-bullying resolution

Students won’t see possible changes to university bullying policies until the spring.

University center opens for extended hours

Students sighted in their pajamas Oct. 11 in the Tom and Brenda McDaniel University Center were not dressed that way due to lack of effort or laundry funds.

New program invites city chefs to cook in cafeteria

Students who want to try a new restaurant might not have to travel any further than the cafeteria, according to Student Government Association officials.

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