University officials implement Ebola prevention measures

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All official travel to Liberia, Guinea, and Sierra Leone by University faculty, staff, and students have been suspended due to the Ebola virus outbreak in Dallas.

Rowing Team Senior Named Top Collegiate Finisher

The rowing team competed in the women’s championship singles race Saturday, in the 50th Head of the Charles on the Charles River in Boston, and senior Liz Mathews became the top collegiate finisher. Mathews turned in a time of 21 minutes and 30.530 seconds in the 4,800 meter race. She finished in 20th place in […]

OCU Volleyball defeated by Texas Wesleyan

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Texas Wesleyan defeated OCU Stars Volleyball 3-1, on Friday, Oct. 10 at the Sid Richardson Center in Fort Worth Texas. OCU went down to 13-9, 5-3 in Sooner Athletic Conference.

OCU Women’s Wrestling competes in Cumberlands Duals

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OCU Stars women’s wrestling completed one shutout among three victories at the Cumberlands Duals Friday. The event took place at the University of the Cumberlands, in Kentucky, and featured teams from across the the country. OCU, ranked second in the Women’s College Wresting Association, beat Cumberlands 45-2, and Lindenwood University 41-0. Senior Emily Webster won all three […]

More information released in assault investigation

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Officials released more information Sept. 30 about a sexual assault reported this weekend on campus.

Police searching for assault suspect

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Police are searching for a man accused of sexually assaulting a female student on campus.

Few Details Released about Sexual Assault Reported on Campus

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University officials are releasing few details about a sexual assault reported on campus this weekend.

Hispanic day in cafeteria planned

The Hispanic Student Association is hosting their Hispanic Day in the Cafeteria on Sept. 25. Hispanic Day is an event hosted by the Hispanic Student Association where Mexican food is served in the caf to raise cultural awareness at OCU. The event was on the campus calendar for Sept. 19, but was postponed due to […]

Library staff recognizes Banned Book Week

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Dulaney-Browne Library will celebrate banned books week by displaying a collection of banned books at the circulation desk this week.

Student Government Association conducts audit

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Student Government Association has decided to go through its own process of prioritization. SGA will begin the process of a self-audit soon.

Police conduct active shooter drill

An active shooter drill happened at 10 a.m. Sept. 18. The drill lasted about 10 minut

Music professor trains for philanthropic race

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One professor on campus is taking “run for your life” to a whole new level.

Dr. Erik Heine, professor of music theory, will run a 24-hour race in October to raise money for the Special Friends Foundation.

Student government association hosts annual retreat

Student Government Association worked on bonding as a unit at their annual retreat last Saturday Sept. 13.

OCU Women’s volleyball team starts season undefeated

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The OCU Stars women’s volleyball team emerged undefeated at the Kansas Wesleyan Invitational over Labor Day Weekend. The Stars first defeated Haskall Indian Nations University on Saturday afternoon, scoring 25-15, 25-19, 25-16. The win provided Kyle Steele with his first victory as head coach of the team. Later Saturday evening, the Stars won against Tabor College with a […]

Police investigate car break-ins

Two cars were burglarized Tuesday night in the Cokesbury Clubhouse apartment parking lot.

Men’s basketball team to face off against North Texas

The OCU Stars men’s basketball team will face off against the Mean Green of the University of North Texas on Nov. 10 in an exhibition game. The exhibition will take place at the University of North Texas Coliseum, better known as The Super Pit. This is not the first time OCU will play the Texas team: […]

Police close street parking due to move-in

The OCU police department will be closing Noble Drive and the Draper Drive parking lot from the night of August 17 to the afternoon of August 19. The police department has distributed fliers and sent out emails reminding students, parents, and staff of the closures. Any cars found in the listed areas may be towed […]

OCU to host basketball tournaments

By Lauren Matheny, Web Editor Oklahoma City University will host the 2015 Sooner Athletic Conference men’s and women’s basketball tournaments, on March 4-7 in the Abe Lemons Arena. The Sooner Athletic Conference is an organization of NAIA ranked teams from small private colleges and universities across the state of Oklahoma, and has been in existence […]

Student Publications names 2014-15 editorial board

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Student Publications has named its 2014-15 editorial board members.

The Campus named state’s top newspaper

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OCU’s Student Publications staff won 10 awards, including top newspaper, at this year’s state media conference.

Power outages reported on campus

Several power outages have been reported in buildings across campus as of Wednesday evening.

SGA election results released

The 2014 Student Government Association high office winners were announced Thursday. Beatrize Martinez was re-elected as president of SGA. Terrance Craft won Vice President of SGA, President of Student Senate. Maryann Grove won Vice President, President of Student Activities Council. The votes were cast April 1 and 2. Applications to be on the SGA executive […]

Campus Storm Shelters

Students, faculty and staff are encouraged to stay aware of the weather today. In the event of severe weather, tune in to local news sources for updates. Additionally, follow instructions included in Blue Alert notices if issued. Storm shelter locations are designated across campus.The following is a list of storm shelter locations on campus, according […]

Suspicious smell in Walker Center remedied

An unusual smell filled the Halls of Walker Center of Arts and Sciences Thursday morning.

Christian Sorority hosts beauty week events

Kappa Phi, the christian sorority, is hosting their annual Beauty Week. The week is focused on finding inner beauty and acceptance, rather than outward appearance. The events for the rest of the week include: Wednesday – Yoga and Yogurt at 6 p.m. in Watson Lounge in Bishop W. Angie Smith Chapel; Thursday – Pizza by […]

Creative peace symposium scheduled

A symposium focusing on peacemaking through education, networking and advocacy will be coming to campus.

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