Students recently reported problems with frequent Wi-Fi failure, sometimes for several minutes at a time.
Resolution 001 passed with 6 yes’s, 3 no’s and 6 abstained from voting.
The presidential search committee is developing a position profile and marketing materials for potential candidates and the broader community.
The gentlemen of Kappa Sigma took home the 2017 Homecoming sweepstakes trophy.
Officials are still fundraising and planning for Smith Hall to be turned into an interfaith dorm.
Students sit down for coffee with Dr. Steven Agee, dean of Meinders School of Business, and ask him questions regarding his educational journey, business experience and advice.
Student Activities Council is trying to increase student involvement in their events this semester.
Methodist Hall residents soon will have an easy way to recycle.
Career Services is offering new resources and events to help students prepare for life after receiving their degree.
Ryan Litzinger is the new assistant coach for the men’s basketball team.
OCU led the national championship tournament with 168 pars made.
Relay For Life raised $19,001 to benefit the American Cancer Society, but organizers are still accepting donations.
The campus community recently came together on social media using the hashtag #Dab4Danielle in support of a fellow student’s sister.
Many students are unaware of the services the University Counseling Center offer and the activities they host.
Anglin interviews women and gets to know them, then picks a topic from the interview to focus on and eventually allows the woman to speak on camera about her life experiences on that topic.
OCU Counseling Services and the Honors Student Council executive team are hosting a “Mental Health Marathon” that spans three Fridays.
Sigma Tau Delta, the English fraternity, has started a literary podcast series.
The OCU Women’s Basketball team faced John Brown University in the Freede Health and Wellness Center on Thursday, Feb. 9, 2017.
Alvin’s Cafe is a study spot, a place to meet with friends, a restaurant with a diverse food selection, and much more to students.
A student and her family are working to create a new program for students with intellectual disabilities.
Dr. Kent Buchanan took office as the university’s new provost and vice president for academic affairs in December, following an 18-month search for the position.
Submissions are now being accepted for The Scarab, which is an anthology of students’ writing and art, including fiction, nonfiction and poetry, as well as photography and other art.
Walker and Banning Halls will be undergoing renovations soon.
The Human Resources Department hosted a fall week of action for the “It’s On Us” campaign.
The School of Theater’s first mainstage play of the season is The Crucible by Arthur Miller.
The Physician Assistant program is hosting a “Trick or Treatment” 5K and one-mile Fun Run to raise money.