Having earned the respect of her fellow fire fighters and the Phoenix community, Kara Kalkbrenner broke a few stereotypes and glass ceilings when she was named the city's first female fire chief in November 2014.
As part of its sesquicentennial celebrations, and for the first time in its history, Ottawa University hosted an Ottawa Powwow conducted by the Ottawa Tribe of Oklahoma on Saturday, April 18.
While students were transitioning from school day sot summer fun, Nori Hale ’71 within the Advancement Office.
Hale was promoted to the position of Leadership Gift Officer, where she will widen the University’s donor base and secure gifts for its annual fund, capital campaigns and various...
Under the direction of Stevens and women’s head coach Brittany Frankenfeld both teams will compete for Kansas Collegiate Athletic Conference (KCAC) championships in their inaugural season after the conference added lacrosse to their list of championship sports in July.
The men's basketball team is bringing a familiar face back to Wilson Field House.
Phil McClintock ’10 has been named Assistant Men’s Basketball Coach, returning to the court where he was a two-time NAIA All-American and four-year letterman. In addition to working with the post players, he’ll...
For the first time in program history, the Ottawa University men’s basketball team will take on national powerhouse the University of Kentucky in an exhibition game on Nov. 2 at historical Rupp Arena in Lexington, Kent. Tip-off time will be announced at a later date.
In 1913, students from Ottawa University in collaboration with others from small colleges, founded Pi Kappa Delta, a forensics honorary society. The founding members used the first letters of the Greek phrase, Peitho Kale Dikaia, which means “the art of persuasion, beautiful and just.”