Drivers should not be responsible for cars damaged by baseballs. In the Nov. 7 issue of The Campus, an article addressed the issue of baseballs hitting cars in parking lots around the baseball field.
By Mary Larsh, Columnist My brother almost flunked out of kindergarten. He could read at a third-grade level. He was a whiz at math. He never ate paste or terrorized his classmates, but he failed mazes. He could find the end of the maze, but his pencil kept running over the boundaries—sometimes several of them […]
By Mary Larsh, Columnist I love shopping. I admit to a giddy rush of pleasure when free Victoria’s Secret coupons show up in the mail. After four years at OCU, I have accumulated quite a pile of indispensible items. However, a problem arises when I pack up to return to Pennsylvania in May. I have […]
CLAREMORE, Okla. – Oklahoma City University built a four-shot lead through 18 holes of the Sooner Athletic Conference women’s golf championships April 18 at Heritage Hills Golf Course.
Oklahoma City University erased a nine-stroke deficit to Wayland Baptist (Texas) in the final round of the Quail Creek Classic to reign victorious Tuesday at Quail Creek Golf and Country Club.
FORT WORTH – The women’s golf team finished seventh in Marty McCauley’s first outing at their coach. McCauley assumed the coaching position this season after five years as men’s assistant at Texas Tech. The Stars competed in the North Texas Fall Classic, which ended Sept. 14. Senior Paige Martin tied for 16th place individually in […]
FORT WORTH – Senior golfer Laura Jones led OCU with a 75-76–151 through 36 holes of the North Texas Fall Classic on Sept. 13 at the Golf Club at Champions Circle. The five-time NAIA women’s golf champion Stars shot 313-310–623 to hold eighth place in a field featuring 10 NCAA Division I teams. Jones tied […]