A show taking place in the Kramer School of Nursing addresses right to die laws. Whose Life is it Anyway? is a play about a paraplegic man, Ken Harrison, who is being kept alive by his doctors and nurses. He faces the problem of having no control over his own life. “I think it’s a […]
A symposium focusing on peacemaking through education, networking and advocacy will be coming to campus.
The 10th Annual Marianne Vanatta Race with the Stars 5k and 1 Mile Fun Walk is scheduled for 8 a.m. Nov. 2 on campus.
By Susannah Waite, Editor-in-Chief This year Oklahoma City University has seen an increase in the number of entering freshmen students. There are about 340 domestic freshmen and 10 international freshmen students. Last year there were 326 students total in the freshman class. Enrollment services was pleased with the increase, Kevin Windholz, vice president for enrollment […]
By Rikki George, Web Editor Former OCU Adjunct Faculty, Dean of Students and Associate Professor of Criminal Justice, Tom Heggy died on August 17. Heggy worked at OCU for more than 30 years, ending his career with the University in 2001. A celebration of Heggy’s life is scheduled for this Saturday, August 27, at 10:30 […]
OKLAHOMA CITY — Oklahoma City University will celebrate the inauguration of President Robert Henry with a series of events beginning April 3 with a worship service and a concert production of the Berlioz Requiem. The theme of the inauguration series is “Make Our Garden Grow.” Leading figures in academia and dignitaries from far and near […]
OKLAHOMA CITY – OCU’s Kramer School of Nursing achieved its highest-ever marks on results for the national licensure exam for registered nurses which were released this week.