Jorden Nelson, cashier, graces Alvin’s cafe with his presence nearly every night, serving students and conversing with anyone.
With the sheer amount of artistic involvement on campus, it’s not unthinkable that there is a limit placed on the creative energy of the student body.
Students will have the opportunity to go on two international mission trips for the first time.
Dr. Erik Heine, associate professor of music, is competing in an endurance challenge to raise money for a scholarship.
Many students are confused about what they need to do to get cable in their rooms.
Housing officials are planning Walker and Banning hall renovations with architects.
Banning Hall residents may notice a change in their air conditioning system this academic year.
OCU students took over The Hippie Store and turned it into That Hippie Place, a clothing store, concert venue and artist hangout.
The moving image arts department has gone through some changes with faculty this academic year after Fritz Kiersch, former department chairman, left the university.
A one-minute preview of the first Stage II show of TheatreOCU’s season: “The Residents of Craigslist”
Alpha Phi sorority had a welcome sign, placed for the benefit of new freshmen, stolen.
Students will see an increase in campus activities with an interfaith focus.
Physician assistant program officials are interviewing 300 applicants, which is 140 more than they interviewed last year.
By the time they reach college, most students are familiar with the toil and difficulty that comes with navigating a college website.
The east stairwell of the Level 2 parking garage in United Methodist Hall has become home to a puddle that appears without notice.
At small schools, dating within majors can get sketchy. Dating someone different than you can be scary, but this extensive guide will prepare you for anything.
Godspell takes inspiration from the Netflix original “Orange is the New Black” and the 1960’s Paul Newman film “Cool Hand Luke.”
Ashleigh Robinson, music theatre sophomore compares herself to inanimate objects and shares her thoughts on everything from essential oils to toast.
Pokémon GO, a smartphone game released in July, sparked the interest of students who are grouping together to play.
Two of the four sororities on campus have continuous open bidding for girls who are not involved in Greek life but would like to join.
A day at the Aduddell Fitness Center truly showcases the diversity OCU has to offer. Here are some generalized profiles.
Linda Whittle can usually be found in her natural habitat: Alvin’s Cafe. Today’s feature unveils some new information about Linda, the cash register warrior.
The Cheer and Pom teams will have the chance to win a National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics championship banner for the first time this year.
The OCU Women’s Volleyball team recently received top rankings in preseason polls, and began their season 2-0.
Denise Binkley, director of testing, is teaching a three-week course dedicated to teaching students how to handle dangerous medical situations.
Many OCU students were awoken by the 5.6 magnitude earthquake Saturday. Here are some products to prevent you and your home from getting so shaken up next time.