The new director of CPS, Paul Castelino, looks forward to his position.
Most fire alarms are caused by benign items.
Student Senate condemned House Bill 658, appointed a new senator and passed a budget for a speaker.
This is the 11th report of sexual assault to OUPD and APD since the Fall Semester began.
Also, a chainsaw was reportedly stolen, and a student was found passed out in River Park’s parking lot.
The body also heard from recently appointed Assistant Dean of Students Kathy Fahl.
OU President Duane Nellis honored alumni and discussed the university’s past, present and future Tuesday.
Fewer college students want to become educators due to intense scrutiny, standardized testing and inadequate resources.
The investigation lasted more than three years.
The bill is to condemn House Bill 658, and the resolution will discuss funding.
Members met for the first time this academic year Monday night.
OUPD officers discussed and taught self-defense techniques to students.
There are still several open positions in GSS.
The first meeting of the year will be held on Monday at 7:10 p.m. in Walter Hall.
The Higher Education Excellence in Diversity Award was given to 96 colleges and universities across the U.S.
Students were able to vote on one of the three safety apps that could be available for free.
The book is a result of an 18-year research project.
University administers, local police and students are looking to make a cultural change on campus.
Student Senate: OU President Nellis discusses student success, sustainability and recent sexual assaults
Student Senate also passed seven resolutions Wednesday night.