The Campus named state’s top newspaper


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

Senior king, queen competition returns


Student Government Association will host the second Senior King and Queen Ceremony: Seniors’ Biggest Night later this month to honor senior achievements. The event will be at 7:30 p.m. Feb. 26 in Petree Recital Hall in Kirkpatrick Fine Arts Center. Seniors and their families will be honored at the free event, which is open to […]

Wild Art


Forrest Wright, music theater sophomore, plays an instrument while sitting in a tree Sept. 16 on the Quad. Photo: Susannah Waite



Grace Karber, religion junior, and Emma Bade, acting junior, eat to-go lunches outside Sept. 10 near the Quad Lawn. Photo: Susannah Waite



Jacob Wade, biomedical science junior, kicks the ball while Kelli Kortemeier, music sophomore, looks on during a kickball game Sept. 16 on the Quad. Photo: Susannah Waite

Military Heroes Week

Military Heroes Week

Chloe Brown, dance performance freshman places a flag in the ground Sept. 11 on the Quad. The flags were sold as part of Kappa Sigma’s Military Heroes Week. Photo: Susannah Waite

Military Heroes Week


Kristin Kuns, acting freshman, shows her support for Military Heroes Week, by placing a flag in the ground Sept. 11 on the Quad. Flags could be purchased and proceeds went toward Kappa Sigma’s philanthropy Fisher House. The fraternity raised more than $1,200 during the week. Photo: Susannah Waite

Military Heroes Week


Josh Graham, biomedical science senior, and Rick Hall, vice president of student affairs peruse the “Men of Kappa Sigma Calendar” during Military Heroes Week on Sept. 10 outside the caf in Tom and Brenda McDaniel University Center. Kappa Sigma fraternity members sold calendars for $15 and proceeds went toward the chapter’s philanthropy Fisher House. Photo: Susannah Waite

Editor-in-Chief sets goals for publications

I would like to introduce myself as the new editor-in-chief of Student Publications. I am excited to be assuming this role on campus.

Officials face difficulties strengthening Wi-Fi in apartments


By Susannah Waite, Staff Writer Old wiring and budget cuts are to blame for a lack of Wi-Fi connectivity in Cokesbury Court Apartments, officials said. Administrators are aware of the spotty Wi-Fi, said Gerry Hunt, the chief information officer of Campus Technology Services. With budget cuts over the past six consecutive years, money has been […]

Candidates vie for SGA presidency

Jeff Poulin, entertainment business junior, and Emma Velez, political science/philosophy sophomore, are SGA's 2011-12 presidential candidates. Photos: submitted.

Students will elect new Student Government Association leaders March 29-30.

Poulin plans to empower students

Jeff Poulin

Poulin said he has past leadership experience to prepare him for presidency.

Velez hopes to include, involve students

Emma Velez

Candidate says leadership experience variety differentiates her in presidential race

Women’s team ranked No. 1 in conference

Senior Guard Donica Cosby shoots during the game against Northwestern Oklahoma State Monday in Abe Lemons Arena in Henry J. Freede Wellness and Activity Center. The Women’s team won their game 99-43.

The OCU women’s basketball team finished the season with a win Feb. 26 against Southern Nazarene, putting the Stars at No. 1 in the Sooner Athletic Conference.

Officials experience delay in law school parking lot construction

Parking diagram

Plans for an OCU LAW parking lot have been pushed back once again.

Committee discusses general education revisions

"The classes will involve close discussion, writing papers and emphasizing the liberal arts." - Andrew Spiropoulos

The OCU general education committee has been working on recommendations for changes to the undergraduate curriculum.

Chemistry labs cease to meet standards, says associate dean

School officials have a building proposal for a new math and science building on campus.

Chenoweth spreads glitter, glee for all to see

Kristin Chenoweth, OCU alumna, speaks to students and faculty during her Nov. 3 master class. The class was hosted in Petree Recital Hall in Kirkpatrick Fine Arts Center.

Donning a glittered belt and clutching a Route 44 Sonic drink in hand, Kristin Chenoweth taught a master class at her OCU home.

Facilities interrupt water services to make repairs

Water services will be interrupted Tuesday.

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