The weeklong trip is a series of workshops, masterclasses and panel discussions with Broadway professionals.
The production consists of 130 dancers performing in a variety of styles.
Abby McBroom, music education senior, considers herself an average Twitter user. Each of her questions comes from a Twitter question account.
The club was started with the purpose of facilitating relationships between students and people with intellectual and developmental disabilities.
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Positions will be transitioned at 7:15 a.m. Dec. 8 in the Great Hall in Tom and Brenda McDaniel University Center.
The Ethics Bowl is a competition in which students debate ethical cases covering a wide range of disciplines, including law, medicine, political science, and journalism.
School activities will shut down, but Oklahoma City will still be full of holiday events.
Downtown in December is an annual assortment of holiday-related events sponsored by Devon Energy, the Downtown Business Improvement District and other corporate sponsors.
Students recently reported problems with frequent Wi-Fi failure, sometimes for several minutes at a time.
The full Market at Alvin’s officially opened for service 6 p.m. Sunday with more space and new food options, especially for those with dietary restrictions.
Panhellenic Council officials included fraternities in their seasonal potluck dinner.
There is a new study abroad program in Greece beginning in the summer of 2018.
Resolution 001 passed with 6 yes’s, 3 no’s and 6 abstained from voting.
Many students visit family over Thanksgiving break because the campus closes, but most foreign exchange students said they plan to explore other parts of the U.S.
Weightlifting students from OCU competed in the Sooner State Open Olympic-style weightlifting competition and some brought home awards.
Uncle Buck doesn’t have a job, but he loves discussing politics and slightly uncomfortable topics the Thanksgiving dinner table.
Film department officials are hosting a high school film festival, offering scholarships and awards of recognition for selected student films.
World AIDS Day, a national day of recognition for those suffering from AIDS, is Dec. 1. Founded in 1988, it was the first global health day ever created.
The masterclass was designed to help students navigate and understand the development of new works and maximize their opportunities for auditions and networking.
All of this being said, where Pretty Thing might fail in shock value, it succeeds tenfold in tension and thematic material.
Mariah Kalka, dance sophomore, shares some of her holiday thoughts and traditions.
Officials closed The Market at Alvin’s at 11 a.m. Oct. 16 to complete renovations for the opening of the new Market on Nov. 19.
As the Christmas season approaches, don’t forget that we still have Thanksgiving.
Cokesbury Court Apartment residents have new roofs after a week’s worth of construction.
Officials collected donations and contributed to hurricane relief efforts through the United Methodist Church.