During the month of February, Oklahoma Christian University’s cast of 20 vocalists and the jazz band showcases songs at the annual Valentine Cabaret. The show will run Feb. 13 and Feb. 15-17 in Judd Theater.
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Aiming to increase knowledge of various chapels on campus, articles introducing Coffee with Christ, Seekers, Great Songs, Faithfully Ever After, Safe at Home, Taking Sides, Quiet Place, Ready to Speak, Beam, Missions, Spanish, and Bible Kickback chapels will run over the next two weeks from Dr. Patterson’s reporting class.
From small spring break trips to summer internships overseas, Oklahoma Christian University’s Center for Global Missions works to provide students with hearts for missions with…
Oklahoma Christian University alumni Kevin Lawrence and Connor Lankford worked together to create a platform to combine talents of the students and resources of the alumni, in hopes to better serve the community.
After a semester of studying abroad and exploring Europe, Dean of the College of Biblical Studies Charles Rix and a group of Oklahoma Christian University returned to the Oklahoma Christian campus for the spring semester. Seeing firsthand the history of Europe from such a “unique perspective,” being back in the U.S. and at Oklahoma Christian has been a readjustment to some.
As students begin another semester at Oklahoma Christian University this week, memories from the three-week Christmas break are still fresh in the minds of students on campus. From educational experiences in New Orleans, cruises from New York, to a visit to Rwanda, students reflect on the memories they made in between semesters.
In recognition of their work and dedication to both the Edmond and Public Relations communities, two Oklahoma Christian University Mass Communications alums, Jonathon Johnson and Skye Latimer, recently received the Edmond Business Times’ 20 Under 40 Award and the Oklahoma City Gazette’s 40 Under 40 Award, respectively
To celebrate the beginning of the holiday season, Oklahoma Christian University held its annual Lighting of the Commons last night, Nov. 28, complete with fireworks, hot cocoa, a visit from Santa Claus and a Christmas market.