“We’re looking for energy; we’re looking for ideas,” Green said.
The series continues Sunday with the 1985 Swedish film My Life as a Dog.
“It opens up the doors, especially to kids, which I think is amazing,” he said. “They’re the future. I was once that kid, too.”
“It was kind of like a game of 20 Questions that we played with the Lucasfilm team,” she said.
Red Earth program brings instructors to OCU from across the U.S. and enables students to learn at a different pace.
A close relationship between city leaders made a difference in the hours and days following the April 19, 1995 bombing in Oklahoma City.
An Iraqi woman and an American soldier to discuss the war.
OCU professor speaks out for those who cannot speak for themselves in new book.
New MFA allows students to work toward a degree in screenwriting.
A special OCU dance program pairs student teachers with young protégés from the community.