Kelli O’Hara, Broadway star and OCU alumna, will give a masterclass today at noon in Petree Recital Hall in the Kirkpatrick Fine Arts Center.
The university is closed due to inclement weather.
The men’s cross country team has claimed their first NAIA title.
An OCU professor will star in a local theater production this weekend. D. Lance Marsh, associate professor of theater and artistic director of TheatreOCU will play Mark Rathko in the play Red at Oklahoma City Repertory Theatre. Red, written by John Logan, tells the story of the renowned artist Mark Rathko and his young assistant […]
It seems that there’s never any shortage of films about dysfunctional families at holiday gatherings. Cold Turkey is the latest addition to the category, and it doesn’t bring much to the table. An empty, frivolous film, it’s got little in the way of intelligence and nothing in the way of heart Written and directed by […]
OCU’s Got Talent, a campus-wide talent show, has been canceled. Unexpected difficulties were cited as the cause for canceling the event. The Black Student Association planned the event, which was planned for Wednesday night. The talent show was called off on Wednesday. Students were informed of the cancellation on the Facebook event page. The association […]
The athletic department’s annual canned food drive is returning this year, with a focus on wider campus outreach.
The drive benefits Skyline Urban Ministry, a United Methodist charity. Donations will be accepted until Dec. 8.
The Rev. Dr. Joerg Rieger of Southern Methodist University came to OCU as the speaker for the annual Wilson Lecture series last Thursday.
OCU Stage II is producing a Spanish play, Tried and True, for the first time in Englis
Student Government Association hosted a tailgate party Nov. 6 in the caf.
The event was the second tailgating event hosted by SGA this year. The first was for a soccer game.
Cokesbury Court Apartments officials are hosting an energy conservation competition between buildings until Dec. 17.
The men’s wrestling team is looking to use each tournament as an opportunity to improve, despite a painful loss early on.
OCU has a new online degree checklist in the making for next semester.
The OCU chapter of Phi Kappa Phi, an academic honors society, has been recognized as a Chapter of Merit.
OCU’s chapter was one of 50 across the country to be honored with the distinction.
The men’s golf team won its ninth national championship since 2001 last year.
A pair of brothers will do all they can to add to that total this year.
OCU Religious Life hosted their second Operation Christmas Child collection drive last week.
The School of Theater is offering early movie screening tickets to its students
The holiday season provides many opportunities for students to give back to their community through service.
OCU will host an independently organized TEDxWomen conference Dec. 5.
University officials are reviewing the school’s tobacco policy, of which electronic cigarettes are not part. The devices heat nicotine and other chemicals to produce vapor, but do not contain tobacco. Among other schools that have considered updating their policies is Oklahoma State University, where officials delayed a vote Oct. 25 to ban e-cigarettes.
The Oklahoma City University women’s soccer team will advance to the Sooner Athletic Conference Tournament championship game.
The Office of University Advancement is hiring callers for the OCU Phonathon.
Students will be paid $10 an hour to contact university alumni by phone to update their information and request donations.
How I Live Now may be based on a young adult novel, but that doesn’t excuse the fact that it’s incredibly juvenile.
Art LeFrancois, law professor continues OCU’s series of book discussions this month.
His presentation will take place at 6:30 p.m. today at Full Circle Bookstore, 1900 N.W. Expressway. The event is free and open to the public.