Community Stories

  • Oklahoma Christian hosts historic civil rights leaders


    Oklahoma Christian University will host two icons of the civil rights movement on Feb. 9. OC’s second-annual History Speaks event will feature Claudette Colvin and Fred Gray, two pioneers for racial equality in the 1950s and 60s.

  • Miller shares thoughts on meaningful life


    Donald Miller, New York Times best-selling author and evangelical speaker, came to the campus to share ideas about community, perseverance and meaningful living.

  • Winter Instrumental Concert set for February 6

    Oklahoma Christian’s Winter Instrumental Concert on Feb. 6 will showcase the Symphonic Band, Jazz Ensemble and Chamber Orchestra with an entertaining variety of traditional and modern selections.

  • OC club hosts screening of 'In Plain Sight'


    OC’s Modern Abolitionists, an anti-human trafficking club, will host a screening of “In Plain Sight: Stories of Hope and Freedom” on Jan. 17 at 6:45 p.m. in Cail Auditorium. The screening will be the Oklahoma premiere of the documentary.

  • OC hosts bestselling author Donald Miller


    Donald Miller, the author of Blue Like Jazz, A Million Miles in a Thousand Years, and other bestsellers, will speak at Oklahoma Christian University on Thursday, January 22.

  • OC presents Cocoa and Carols


    Oklahoma Christian University’s 38th annual “Cocoa and Carols” will provide the community with a night of yuletide spirit, complete with a sampling of Christmas songs and hot drinks.

  • OC Theatre presents ‘Waiting for Godot’


    Oklahoma Christian University’s Department of Communication will wind up its fall theatre schedule on Dec. 4-6 with the tragicomedy “Waiting for Godot.”

  • OC students get $275K for Thrive project


    Oklahoma Christian University students have the opportunity to decide how the school will spend a new six-figure gift. At Friday’s Chapel service, OC president John deSteiguer announced that students have $275,000 to allocate to one of six projects in the university’s Thrive campaign.