Wesley Center officials will observe Holy Week with services and events open to any interested students.
Going back home is always strange, and I really start to notice the differences between being at home and being in Oklahoma City.
The 19th annual documentary series entitled “Why Art Matters” will begin with Eva Hesse.
The applications for Student Government Association elections and for Homecoming committee are now available on OrgSync.
Lent means different things to different people, and it differs within each denomination.
I have never been on the “leggings count as pants” team. Everybody can wear what they want, that’s fine, but for me, on my body, leggings do not count as pants.
Please enjoy these introduction conversations sampled from my first two years living in Oklahoma.
So, commitment without passion is simply an obligation. But when passion is added, desire drives commitment. Isn’t that spectacular?
Though seniors are planning their post-graduation goals, there are still things to do in order to prepare for the big ceremony.
I rescued four animals within four semesters at OCU. I don’t catch these animals on purpose. They just show up.
The university will host the first ever national championship for cheer and dance March 10-11.
The Nether, the next Stage II play in the School of Theater, explores a moral dilemma in a not-too-distant-future dystopian society.
In the updated Stars Connect program, students involved are put into groups that hang out with each other at least once a week.
The Oklahoma City Ballet has offices on the second floor of Gold Star Memorial Building.
Some students can add their scholarships together until they pay for tuition, while others cannot stack their specific scholarship types, causing confusion and frustration.
The hot to-go food pilot program in the caf will continue throughout the rest of the semester, officials said.
A student is accepting donations for a nationwide drive focusing on sanitary products for women.
Godspell takes inspiration from the Netflix original “Orange is the New Black” and the 1960’s Paul Newman film “Cool Hand Luke.”
Officials are considering disconnecting cable to dorm rooms to improve Wi-Fi. The idea to disconnect the cable was proposed earlier this year after officials became aware many students don’t use cable in their rooms. Housing is working with student relations to determine if this would benefit students. Kevin Culbertson, coordinator of housing operations, said he…