SGA members did the right thing by waiting for the most accurate enrollment numbers, but proposing the budget in the fourth week of classes still violates their constitution.
U.S. Education Secretary Betsy DeVos announced Thursday that the Department of Education plans to revamp Title IX guidelines.
It’s great that SGA is starting the year off right, but students still need to pay attention to their representatives’ actions.
Officials announced earlier this month that they will replace Alvin’s Café with a Chick-fil-A, leaving students with dietary restrictions concerned.
Student Government Association should represent the student body and work to improve student organizations through funding, advice and support.
The Repurposing Club aims to promote ways to improve the environment on campus. Its first project is to introduce recycling opportunities to the dorms.
Whether we’re freshmen or seniors, most of us start the new school year with goals, ambitions and sometimes even more concerns.
Class and program cancellations, terminated professors, and budget cuts were a result of the prioritization process, which began in April 2014.
Thank you to everyone who made Relay For Life happen: the planning committee, team captains, and those who came out to support the event and display the best of OCU.
So, Mr. President, remember: Change can be good, but be sure you finish what you started and communicate throughout the process.
Although this system might make things simple, there are some other ways for students to prepare. Here are our suggestions for a smooth enrollment:
Food service is a touchy subject on college campuses. Food is one of college students’ top complaints, according to studentadvisor.com. It is nice to know Student Government Association is seeking solutions to issues surrounding food on campus. But the real problem is university administrators not cooperating with SGA in these efforts. Sodexo, the university’s food…
It’s officially midterm week, but some students are finished with midterms while others are in the middle of a three-week midterm season. Whether your midterms are all in a single day or spread out during an entire month, you feel the stress of exams and projects. There are benefits to professors spreading exams out for…
By The Editors Dining on campus is always a touchy subject with students across the nation. Food is one of the top complaints on college campuses, according to studentadvisor.com. Hundreds of students were surveyed to find out what their top complaints about college are. Lack of diversity and tuition also made the list. The…