Freshman year of college can be one of the most exciting times for an 18-year-old. For the first time, you are on your own — but with great power comes great responsibility.
Student organizations at OU are an excellent way for students to make their voices heard by creating a platform on which to stand. One such group, called LatinArte, hopes to use its platform to change the perception of art from Latinx creators.
Le Monde International School and the Norman Arts Council are teaming up for an event at the Mainsite Contemporary Art Gallery from 6-8 p.m. on Aug. 31.
With all of the inaugural activities happening this weekend, it'll be easy to keep busy. However, if you need to unplug from Washington, here are some things happening in and around Norman this weekend.
The mood in the LGBTQ lounge of the Oklahoma Memorial Union Nov. 9 was full of anger and disappointment concerning Donald Trump's victory over Hillary Clinton in the presidential election. Many LGBTQ students are worried about how the Trump administration will impact them.
OU students and faculty gathered Nov. 3 at a town hall forum where presidential candidates for Student Government Association spoke on important issues facing the university community.
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Student organizations will have the opportunity to be recognized by the Student Government Association for their hard work in recruitment, participation and philanthropy next semester.
An OU student organization is advocating for the remembrance of and restitution for the victims of the Holocaust and hopes to educate the student body to combat prejudice and anti-Semitism.
OU Graduate Student Life is hosting a Scholastic Book Fair Nov. 2-5 to sell books to raise money for Norman public schools.