RAs supervise residents of dorms, conduct room checks and act as a liaison between students and housing staff.
Oklahoma City University will host a Family Feud event to entertain prospective students on their campus visits.
Some students can add their scholarships together until they pay for tuition, while others cannot stack their specific scholarship types, causing confusion and frustration.
Enrollment has increased for the first time in two years.
Students have the opportunity to donate their unused prepaid meals to provide lunch for the homeless in Oklahoma City.
Students are concerned with the university’s food service provider, Sodexo, and Student Government Association wants to help. SGA officials said they hope to resolve concerns surrounding Sodexo’s food quality and its contract with the university. They have not determined a definite plan yet, but they are exploring issues and possible solutions. “We’re not necessarily…
Oklahoma United Methodist Hall may be facing some changes when the funds are available. Administrators recognized the need for changes in campus buildings in the prioritization report that was released to students April 20. Prioritization is a process in which officials recommend what programs are priorities and which can receive funding cuts. In support function…
By Kyle Wallace, Staff Writer An OCU professor has just published her second book after several years of research and help from students. Children in Early Christian Narratives by Dr. Sharon Betsworth, associate professor of New Testament, will be released on tomorrow. The book explores the lesser-known role of children in the four Gospels…
By Sage Tokach, Staff Writer STAR Summit, an annual student leadership event, will take place at 2 p.m. April 24 in the Leichter Room in Henry J. Freede Wellness and Activity Center. Officials host STAR Summit to receive student opinions regarding student organization activities and begin preparation for next year. Faculty from student activities…
How many times have you caught yourself saying, “If only there were more hours in the day!” Fortunately, there are ways to make the day easier, and use time wisely. Here are a few tips for making the most of each day’s time.
April showers bring May flowers to Oklahoma–but they also bring the risk of severe weather to our state. When severe storms hit, most people flip on the TV or turn on the radio to check our local forecast. But for those of us kept busy with rehearsals, practices, and classes, it can be difficult to get accurate weather reports. Here are some apps designed to do just that: alert you when severe storm is in the area, and tell you when it’s safe to stay out, and when it’s time to take cover.
By Emily Wiley, Editor-in-Chief Students still are wondering when they will receive prioritization results. Prioritization is the process in which university officials can see where money is being spent in every department on campus. This process has been going on since the beginning of the academic year. Students were told they would receive results soon…
Ah, spring. A time of bunnies, allergies, and the inevitable realization that your room has gone from a winter wonderland to a disaster zone. Here are some tips to ease the spring cleaning blues.
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.
So class is over, your next class hasn’t begun, and you’ve got twenty minutes to kill. What do you do first? Here are a few options for creating something productive out of a short break.
Alumni relations officials are looking for new students to become members of the Blue Tie Ambassadors.
The Honors Program is accepting applications for the spring semester.
Students may have to do a double take when seeing a student walk around campus in Spider-Man socks with a Spider-Man lunch box. Don’t worry, it’s not Spiderman: but Emily Webster, senior wrestler, is a superhero of another kind.
Snapchat users can add OKCUniversity as a friend.The university will take advantage of the Snapchat Stories feature to share photos and videos with everyone who is a friend.
Coming from the icy tundra of Wisconsin, I thought driving during the Oklahoma winter would be easy. But the recent stream of winter weather had me brushing up my skills. Here are some tips for driving in the ice and snow.
Is it blue? Is it black? Or are we all just going slowly mad? The Internet went crazy Thursday night with the instigation of what some are calling “Dressgate.” From inconspicuous beginnings, the drama surrounding a rather plain cocktail dress blew up into a world-wide debate about color and sanity.
If you could determine how people saw you, what would you hope they saw? I investigated the power behind labels and descriptive terms on self-perception.
A new generation of Facebook users will have a presence on the social media platform before they’re born, and after they die. Is this constant media coverage a sign of progress and self-expression, or just another way to compete online?
The most entertaining events off-campus to liven up your Valentine’s weekend.
Student Affairs will host a Superbowl watch party for the campus community.
The building that housed the incarnation of OCU, then called Epworth University, will once again be a school. Epworth United Methodist Church, 1901 N. Douglas, was sold to Positive Tomorrows, a private, tuition-free elementary school serving Oklahoma City’s homeless children.