Homecoming ended as the ladies of Gamma Phi Beta swarmed the basketball court to accept their Sweepstakes trophy. The sorority won the overall Homecoming championship Nov. 7. The Sweepstakes award ceremony was after the men’s basketball game in Abe Lemons Area in Henry J. Freede Wellness and Activity Center. The Stars won the game against […]
Freshmen packed Petree Recital Hall in Kirkpatrick Fine Arts Center to hear from all the Greek organizations on campus at the Greek Info Meeting. Panhellenic and Inter-Fraternity Council hosted the meeting to meet and hear from the presidents of each fraternity and sorority. During the meeting, the presidents introduced themselves and their organizations philanthropy and […]
Voting for the 2014 Homecoming Royalty Court begins today.
The winners of the 2014 OCU Senior King and Queen title are Caleb Dicke, representing Kappa Sigma, and Ali McCurdy, representing Gamma Phi Beta. Dicke, dance performance senior, was excited to win the award. “All the seniors deserve this,” Dicke said. “It could have gone to anyone.” McCurdy, dance performance senior, was grateful for the […]
Greek organizations focused this semester on bringing awareness of their philanthropies through well-publicized events, utilizing new marketing tools.
Today, at the OCU vs. Champions basketball game, the winners of homecoming were announced.
OCU is hosting Homecoming, a competition with events including banner, window, and lip sync this week.
The theme for this year’s Homecoming is “Start.”
The lip sync competition for Homecoming is Friday, Nov. 1.
Organizations write and choreograph a short performance to a pre-recorded track. Performers are not allowed to make any noise of their own.
Lesley Black has replaced Corey Hill as associate director of student development.
Hill now works as the director of education programs at Kappa Sigma fraternity in Charlottesville, Va.
Hill also previously served as the interfraternal council adviser.
Black also will serve as adviser for Student Senate and OCULeads, a program for new students who have demonstrated outstanding leadership potential throughout their high school career.
Phi Mu completed their formal pledging ceremony Sept. 22.
It was the first ritual for the newest Greek colony on campus.
The ritual signified the members’ lifelong support to the sorority.
OCU’s Phi Mu colony has 40 pledges. They will become a chapter Nov. 9 during the pledges’ initiation ceremony.
Chloe Brown, dance performance freshman places a flag in the ground Sept. 11 on the Quad. The flags were sold as part of Kappa Sigma’s Military Heroes Week. Photo: Susannah Waite
Kristin Kuns, acting freshman, shows her support for Military Heroes Week, by placing a flag in the ground Sept. 11 on the Quad. Flags could be purchased and proceeds went toward Kappa Sigma’s philanthropy Fisher House. The fraternity raised more than $1,200 during the week. Photo: Susannah Waite
Josh Graham, biomedical science senior, and Rick Hall, vice president of student affairs peruse the “Men of Kappa Sigma Calendar” during Military Heroes Week on Sept. 10 outside the caf in Tom and Brenda McDaniel University Center. Kappa Sigma fraternity members sold calendars for $15 and proceeds went toward the chapter’s philanthropy Fisher House. Photo: Susannah Waite
By Emily Wiley, Staff Writer Kappa Sigma fraternity is hosting their first philanthropy week to benefit Fisher House Sept 9-13. Fisher House is a national non-profit organization that provides a network of 38 comfort homes on the properties of military and veterans affairs medical centers. The Foundation also provides support to families of patients receiving […]
Homecoming officials announced the winners Nov. 3 for various competitions hosted during the week.
A look at March’s police blotter reveals a number of crimes occurring within the OCU Police Department’s jurisdiction.
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
With only one Senate meeting remaining, senators are working to be fiscally responsible when spending remaining funds.
Student organizations raised their voices for a cause on March 3 at Spring Sing.
Student Senate passed three bills at their Feb. 22 meeting, leaving about $3,150 left in rolling appropriations.
Eleven student organizations participated in Homecoming competitions this year. The Phi Gamma Delta colony only competed in the participation competition, which is separate from Homecoming Sweepstakes.
There were some major concerns the Lambda Chi Alpha fraternity president has after reading the Sept. 15 issue of The Campus.