OCU’s Native American Society will follow the opening of the Spring Equinox Art Exhibition with its annual Spring Powwow, which now has a competition component.
Students and faculty participated in the 2017 Muslim Day at the Capitol to meet with elected representatives.
Fallas is an explosive celebration, and I mean that literally. If you think of the Fourth of July when you think of fireworks, Fallas tops that.
The new Student Government Association candidates were chosen.
“Powerful Prose: Great Ideas and the Literature that Advances Them” is a monthly series that takes place during the academic year.
The musical, written in 1934 by Cole Porter, is set on board of the “S.S. American” in the 1930s, when gangsters like Al Capone were on the rise.
Going back home is always strange, and I really start to notice the differences between being at home and being in Oklahoma City.
Does the world really need a Batman-themed LEGO spin-off? He was a popular character in the original movie, but is there enough material to make a proper, stand-alone film?
Two students recently issued a petition to improve communication between officials in the theater department and acting students.
The theater school officially has an adviser after about three months without one.
A student woke up to a stranger in her dorm at 3 a.m.
The Theta Psi chapter of Kappa Sigma fraternity is celebrating its 50th anniversary. The fraternity will host events April 21 to 23.
Two students created a petition to improve communication and repair facilities within the acting program.
Sibs Day is a way for OCU students to show their siblings and parents what it’s like to be a Star.
The Interfraternity Council philanthropy is sponsoring a basketball tournament to raise money for Relay For Life.
The Stars just became nine-time national champions.
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The women’s basketball team is undefeated and in the final game for the National Association for Intercollegiate Athletics Division I Tournament.
Dr. Jorge Washington, history professor, claims that his use of multiple fonts helps students soak up knowledge from his PowerPoint presentations.
It’s understandable that with so many movies out there it’s easy for some to fall through the cracks and for the most part there isn’t much harm done when they do.
The campus health clinic’s appointment schedule filled quicker than usual during the last couple weeks due to various sicknesses spreading around campus.
The 19th annual documentary series entitled “Why Art Matters” will begin with Eva Hesse.
The campus community recently came together on social media using the hashtag #Dab4Danielle in support of a fellow student’s sister.
The applications for Student Government Association elections and for Homecoming committee are now available on OrgSync.
The university’s TESOL program began a series of weekly classes on citizenship English for residents in the Oklahoma City metro area.
Lent means different things to different people, and it differs within each denomination.