Student Government Association approved their semester budget during the first meeting of the semester.
Knowing how difficult it can be to get back into the swing of things after Spring Break, it’s important to take steps on the first day back to encourage yourself for the last six weeks of hard work (yes, only six weeks left in this year!). Here are a few tips to make the transition a little easier.
Alumni relations officials are looking for new students to become members of the Blue Tie Ambassadors.
Germs are hitting OCU hard, and students are feeling the pinch of sick days at the start of the semester.Currently, several strains of illness are criss-crossing the OCU campus, including influenza, strep, mono, the common cold, and stomach bugs. While the more mild forms of these diseases can be treated with rest, lots of fluids, and over-the-counter medicine to control symptoms, the other diseases are very serious and should be treated by a medical professional.
The Kappa Sigma fraternity is making some changes to their philanthropy, the military heroes campaign, in the hopes of spreading awareness more efficiently and effectively.
Three new faculty members have joined the new MFA in Screenwriting program. Richard Wenk, David Simkins, and David Golden, writers and producers for television and film, will join the program when classes begin in January 2015.
Students required to take chemistry as a part of their degree will have the opportunity to learn in upgraded laboratories.University officials unveiled the $2.2 million renovation plan to current chemistry laboratories in the Dawson-Loeffler Science and Mathematics building at an Oct. 22 trustee meeting.
The theater school will perform their third Stage II of this semester, The Marriage of Bette and Boo, in two weeks. The show runs Nov. 20-23 in the Black Box Theater. Tickets are $5.
University officials set a new mandate that tuition remission scholarships will only cover 16-hours each semester.Tuition remission is a scholarship that includes a percent discount on tuition for eligible full-time students.
By Lauren Matheny, Lifestyles Editor What you eat while studying can affect your memory, mood, and general well-being. Though it might seem easier to rip open a bag of chips or scarf down a candy bar, making healthful and easy choices can go a long way to energizing students for studying marathons or long days…
By Lauren Matheny, Lifestyles Editor While spring semester is drawing to a close, students often feel the need for a productivity boost as focus lags. The end of the school year can bring on bouts of anxiety, fatigue, and procrastination just when students need focus and energy. For seniors, this lack of drive can be…