As Americans across the country tuned in to today’s inauguration, Joanne Hoch, acting junior, described what the day would entail if she became the president.
OCU partnered with Washington University in St. Louis, Missouri, to create liberally educated engineering majors.
“Don’t get me wrong – I appreciate any scholarship I can get, but it seemed like a lot for $50.”
A celebration of Dr. Regina Bennett’s life was scheduled Jan. 14 but has been postponed due to weather. The memorial will now take place Jan. 15.
Local artist Nick Lillard is displaying one of his sculptures on campus during the Christmas season.
Nobody has time to watch all of these new movies, but we can relate to these photos from them. I added my own captions.
Performances of Junie B. Jones have begun at Oklahoma Children’s Theatre. Today, I had the pleasure of interviewing Junie B. and some of her friends.
Several OCU students attended the Peace House’s annual Peace Festival to learn about local issues, listen to local musicians, and eat vegan-friendly foods.
The School of Theatre will host a reading of The Eight: Reindeer Monologues at 6 p.m. Dec. 9 in the Black Box theater in Wanda L. Bass School of Music.
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.
Students will use several different methods to make it through this week and finish this insane semester. Here are some illustrated death week stories.
In today’s Feature Friday, I asked Jonathan May, acting junior, to answer every question with the title of a movie or song.
Here are some hidden Cyber Monday gems that I feel empowered to expose to the public.
No one looks forward to discussing their future, romantic life, or political views with nosy relatives. Here are some ideas to make this Thanksgiving bearable.
Melissa Feldman, vocal performance junior, has the same dream as countless other OCU students: Broadway. What if, Broadway held interviews, like a normal job?
Donald Trump became president-elect after beating Hillary Clinton by 62 electoral votes, but Clinton received almost 600,000 more popular votes than Trump.
Project 21 just finished its third concert and is preparing for the last concert of the semester.
The Title IX coordinators worked with faculty and staff throughout the university to create a video to promote the “It’s On Us” campaign.
Alongside the final stretch of the semester, the time has come for the release of New Student Organization leader applications.
With the outcome of this year’s election, there also comes the results of the state questions.
Students expressed concern about the changes America will experience with the new president. Change is inevitable, but we can count on these to stay the same:
Students said that Mary McLain has the most expressive facial reactions. During this interview, she was not allowed to answer the question with words
The Oklahoma Opera and Music Theater Company presents the next mainstage opera, La Rondine, by Giacomo Puccini.
Walker and Banning Halls will be undergoing renovations soon.
Dr. Erik Heine, professor of music, completed a 12-hour endurance challenge to raise money for an endowed scholarship for music students.
Homecoming concluded as the women of Gamma Phi Beta rushed to the basketball court to accept their Sweepstakes trophy for the second year in a row.