OCU Counseling Services and the Honors Student Council executive team are hosting a “Mental Health Marathon” that spans three Fridays.
The Oklahoma Eating Disorder Association is working with OCU Counseling Services to bring the panel to campus.
You only need to see the familiar from a different perspective, and things become surreal.
OCU’s Relay For Life team recently came in seventh in the nation for the Pack the Track challenge due to the increase in participants this year.
Thanks to a 2015 documentary about her life that was met with critical acclaim, viewers saw a different side of the troubled singer, one that helped fans understand the struggle her so called “easy life” had become.
Blue Alert is the university’s way of alerting the campus of emergency situations and need-to-know information.
Please enjoy these introduction conversations sampled from my first two years living in Oklahoma.
Sometimes, movies start off with the best intentions but somewhere along the way go horribly – and hilariously – wrong. Here are five prime examples.
Crazy Kazoo Lady has life experience and is ready to share it with the world. She’ll answer your questions and give you advice on everyday problems. Email any questions to firstname.lastname@example.org.
If my hyperventilating that day didn’t make it clear to the rest of the USAC group that I’m an art major, I don’t know what else would.
There is a recurring societal trend in which a young, lovely, talented person marries a pud (someone with less personality than a potato).
A national award-winning stage director is collaborating with TheatreOCU to direct this semester’s mainstage play, The House of Atreus: Part I.
Rob Roensch, associate professor of English, was named the Katherine and Mary Clary Endowed Chair of Creative Writing earlier this semester.
President Robert Henry is being recognized for his work in the interfaith community.
The university was deemed a “Certified Healthy Campus” by the State Department of Health for “promoting health and wellness for faculty, staff and students.”
Some students claim that Sodexo, OCU’s food services provider, does not accommodate their dietary needs, especially in the caf.
At approximately 2:30 p.m. Feb. 17, a power outage affected the south side of campus.
While most vegans and vegetarians choose their food based on a moral decision, some students can’t eat certain foods because of an intolerance, allergy or religious restriction.
Because this year’s Academy Awards will offer a refreshingly diverse sampling of innovative filmmaking, this review will focus on the atrocity that is the non-Oscar nominated movie Hope Floats, a film made in 1998 starring Sandra Bullock and Harry Connick Jr.
The Film Guild will host an Oscars watch party during the 89th Academy Awards ceremony.
Dr. Tracy Floreani has been the director of the Center for Interpersonal Studies through Film and Literature since the beginning of the academic year. Now the center is enacting its spring events under the English professor’s lead.
The OCU Women’s Basketball team faced John Brown University in the Freede Health and Wellness Center on Thursday, Feb. 9, 2017.
The spring mainstage opera of the 2017 “Season of Dreamers” will allow audiences to peek into the conservative compound of a religious family.
While many pears are fretting over Valentine’s Day plans, we single folks can lay back and appreciate the lack of pressure to be romantic.
Wesley Center officials have planned a mission trip for Spring Break to plan a general improvement project of the Denver area.
Students have voiced concerns about scheduling conflicts surrounding the upcoming play House of Atreus.