Downtown in December is an annual assortment of holiday-related events sponsored by Devon Energy, the Downtown Business Improvement District and other corporate sponsors.
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.
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.
Cokesbury Court Apartment residents have new roofs after a week’s worth of construction.
RAs supervise residents of dorms, conduct room checks and act as a liaison between students and housing staff.
Religion faculty are further emphasizing interfaith dialogue after a miscommunication at a local synagogue.
A fraternity won Homecoming sweepstakes this weekend for the first time in six years. The last time a fraternity won Homecoming was in 2011 when Lambda Chi Alpha took home the trophy, according to Student Publications archives. The men of Kappa Sigma won the 2017 Homecoming Sweepstakes. President Colton Kastrup, music theater senior, said he’s…
The gentlemen of Kappa Sigma took home the 2017 Homecoming sweepstakes trophy.
Tuition will not change next academic year, but some fees will increase.
Christine Caulk, dance management sophomore, is collecting tap shoes for children in Uganda.
The Homecoming theme was announced Sept. 28 and students are already planning the week.
President Robert Henry is back in office after a medical leave of absence.
A poster showing solidarity with the Black Student Association was torn down earlier this month.
The athletic department will host a golf tournament to raise money for the upcoming season.
Students can get involved in a new program that aims to teach high schoolers about politics.
Students and officials are questioning the motives behind a recent vandalism on campus.
Student Government Association is starting off the school year with a new cabinet, and new marketing and budgeting.
President Robert Henry is missing the beginning of the academic year while he is on a medical leave of absence until October.
The money can either be donated to student activities to purchase benches for the new intramural field or the general scholarship endowment, in which money is invested, and the earnings grow 5 percent each year.
Administrators are addressing a student petition regarding the quality of theater facilities and officials’ transparency about the theater budget. The petition’s creators originally asked for 200 signatures before the petition would be presented to the theater school’s deans for consideration. Since then, 169 students, alumni and students’ relatives signed the petition. The petition was given…
Student Government Association was missing $1,492 in the most recent budget audit.
University officials plan to replace Alvin’s Café with a Chick-fil-A. The decision was made based on a Jan. 12 dining survey asking students to voice their opinions on potential food providers.
Members of the Strategic Planning Steering Committee will meet with students to update them on their plan for the university’s future.
OCUTalks will continue its conversation series with “The Muslim Experience.”
OCU’s Native American Society will follow the opening of the Spring Equinox Art Exhibition with its annual Spring Powwow, which now has a competition component.
Students and faculty participated in the 2017 Muslim Day at the Capitol to meet with elected representatives.