I was on academic probation because I had a grade point average lower than 2.0. I screwed up.
The Hateful Eight is a frustrating film, but one worthy of your time.
The departments of philosophy, political science and philosophy and rhetoric are co-sponsoring a discussion about the popular Netflix series, Making a Murderer.
Campus police released a warning after a cellphone was stolen from a student Feb. 9 around 3:45 p.m.
There is an apparent lack of respect between student organizations and Student Senate where appropriations are concerned.
Iowa is a state that doesn’t get much attention three out of every four years, but in election years all political eyes turn to Iowa.
A committee of faculty and staff is working to develop and improve learning commons areas on campus.
The Diversity and Inclusion Task Force is reviewing data to form recommendations to help make the campus more inclusive.
What made George’s legacy so meaningful is not what he did but how he did it, with hard work, dedication and compassion.
It’s insane how hard it is to find media that shows Islam in a positive light.
As tribute to the great man Alan Rickman, we should appreciate eight of his movies that aren’t Harry Potter.
The word ‘fat’ wasn’t always an insult, and yet people skirt around the word.
If you own a TV or computer, or have eyes and ears, you probably know that election season is upon is.
A movie like Major League goes beyond the traditional baseball story and delves into these little intricacies gives fans of the genre a little breath of fresh air, and makes you wonder why more sport films don’t follow its example.
Student Senate passed a vote to redistribute the seats of student senators last week.
The Student Government Association’s Sodexo Resolution was passed by consent last week.
Programs placed in the “phase out” or elimination category, and some that were not, will be reviewed this month to see if they are functioning well enough to keep.
“It’s my responsibility to treat you well–like a name, not a number,” Willie said. “You’re not a meal plan. You’re a person.”
The Office of Global Engagement Scholarship application and Student Study Abroad Budget form are due on Feb. 15.
The price increase began at the beginning of last semester, but the group rate was raised as a whole, not toward OCU exclusively.
Finding your significant other is no longer as simple as an encounter at a sporting event or a run in at the grocery store. Technology has changed the way we date.
The student email system recently became the target of a series of scam emails. These messages, claiming to come from internal webmail service, ask the receiver to “verify your account information” or “update your webmail account.”
The Physician Assistant Program will host a panel on diversity in healthcare.
Hoverboards, or self balancing motorized scooters, hit the market last year and quickly became popular. But safety concerns caused many campuses around the nation including OCU to ban hoverboards.
At least one student wasn’t sure what to do with her hoverboard after a decision was made to ban the electric skateboards from campus.
Whether these students want to be healthier, make a difference or just vow not to have one, they decided to share their new year’s resolutions with MediaOCU when Multimedia Editor Miguel Rios hit the streets.