Wilson Credits Degrees for Successful Businesses, Political Career

Sereta Wilson is known by many names: mom, wife, farmer, councilwoman, Norman, OK business owner—and Extended Campus grad.

Museum Studies Graduate Fosters Friendship Through Comm(Unity) Day

After a mosque was destroyed in her city, Museum Studies grad Devin Leatherman organized an event to show comfort and love to community members affected.

Leadership Student Matthew Olsen Takes Active Citizenship into Action

Administrative Leadership student Matthew Olsen decided to lead by example by declaring his candidacy for city council in Oklahoma City Ward 3.

PACS Student Opens Community-Supported Food Pantry

Earlier this year, Aley Cristelli opened Pine Pantry, a community-supported food pantry in the OKC Plaza District. The pantry offers food to anyone with a need—no paperwork required.

How to Find Volunteer Opportunities

There are many resources to help you find volunteer opportunities. Follow these steps and you'll be making the world a better place before you know it.

A Conversation with a Councilwoman

Danielle McKenzie is already doing great things for others. She continues to live out a mission of service as a city council member for the City of Moore.

What's all the Hoopla?

Staff members dribbled their way to 13th place in What’s all the Hoopla?, an OU Campus Campaign event held March 31 at Sarkeys Fitness Center.

Making a Difference - Oklahomans Who Changed the Nation

Making a positive difference in the world can take many shapes. Here are a few examples of Oklahomans who changed the nation.

A Learning Process - A Talk With Bob Ingersoll

We spoke with Bob Ingersoll, a local chimpanzee rescuer and animal rights activist, to gain insight about what inspired him toward active citizenship.

Finding the Teacher Within - Jahruba Lambeth

Jahruba Lambeth, a uniquely inspiring Norman musician, goes beyond following his passion by giving back through teaching.