Housing is partnering with the Repurposing Club to carry out a clothes drive that will prevent the wasting of items that others may need.
The university was hit by severe weather, causing damage to the soccer field, the physical plant and trees on campus.
Two students are working to create an app that could save lives.
University officials are considering adding a “K” to OCU’s acronym.
Student senators are questioning each others’ motives after what appears to be a conflict of interest involving top officials.
A student woke up to a stranger in her dorm at 3 a.m.
The Stars just became nine-time national champions.
The women’s basketball team is undefeated and in the final game for the National Association for Intercollegiate Athletics Division I Tournament.
In today’s world where almost every studio movie is connected to some kind of extended universe, it’s only natural that one would long for the days when film franchises were simpler. A time when there were no multi-verses, spinoffs or reboots, just a popular film getting a sequel or two.
Here’s a look at some of the best movies to watch to get into the Halloween spirit.
Students will get a chance to shoot lasers at each other Halloween night. Housing and Residence Life is hosting Laser Apocalypse to provide a fun and safe entertainment for students.
Some students can add their scholarships together until they pay for tuition, while others cannot stack their specific scholarship types, causing confusion and frustration.
National Collegiate Alcohol Awareness week is Oct. 17-21, and OCU will be holding events on campus from Oct. 19-21.
Brandon Stalling, music theater sophomore, is holding auditions for an all-male a cappella group.
On Oct 7 the Hispanic Student Association prepared for their annual Latino Youth Leadership Conference.
This year’s Homecoming theme has been revealed, which means organizations can start planning and preparing for the events.
Campus police is investigating a reported vehicle theft in Cokesbury Court Apartments.
With the sheer amount of artistic involvement on campus, it’s not unthinkable that there is a limit placed on the creative energy of the student body.
Students will have the opportunity to go on two international mission trips for the first time.
Dr. Erik Heine, associate professor of music, is competing in an endurance challenge to raise money for a scholarship.
Many students are confused about what they need to do to get cable in their rooms.
Housing officials are planning Walker and Banning hall renovations with architects.
Banning Hall residents may notice a change in their air conditioning system this academic year.
OCU students took over The Hippie Store and turned it into That Hippie Place, a clothing store, concert venue and artist hangout.
The moving image arts department has gone through some changes with faculty this academic year after Fritz Kiersch, former department chairman, left the university.
Alpha Phi sorority had a welcome sign, placed for the benefit of new freshmen, stolen.