Fall Events on Campus

Fall at the University of Oklahoma is beautiful! The leaves change colors, the mix of gothic architecture is stunning and when you are surrounded by loved ones, you get a feeling that you will carry for years to come. We match this natural beauty with amazing events, as well. Check out some of the fun things to do on campus this semester!

Crimson State of Mind Fall Festival
Join us for the Crimson State of Mind Fall Festival. This event will take place from 5-7 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 18 on the Walker-Adams Mall. My So Called Band will be playing all of your favorite hits from the 90’s. There will be food trucks, pumpkin painting, yard games and more. Make sure you set up your mobile Sooner Card before the event to receive free food and giveaways.

Homecoming
Homecoming is not something we take lightly at the University of Oklahoma. It is a week full of events from Sunday, Oct. 21 to Saturday, Oct. 27. Glowchella kicks off the week with a free concert accompanied by food trucks and activities. On Tuesday, UPB will have free ice cream/soda floats in honor of the parade floats that will roll down Boyd Street later in the week. On Friday, the OU Ring Ceremony and the Rah! Rally will take place. Finally, Saturday features the Homecoming Parade and football game against Kansas State. The full schedule for the week can be seen here.

Haunt the Union
The Union Programming Board is hosting their 4th annual Haunt the Union event from 7 – 10 p.m. Oct. 31 in the Union. This is a delightful event where the Union is transformed into a spooky haunted house for the amusement and fear of all students! This year has a post-nuclear fallout theme. Good luck trying to navigate your way through!

University Sing
University Sing is one of OU’s favorite theatrical traditions. A musical revue composed of seven Broadway-style acts directed and performed entirely by OU students, University Sing is one of the ultimate showcases of our students’ creativity. All shows will take place from Nov. 15-17 in the Donald W. Reynolds Performing Arts Center in Holmberg Hall, and tickets can be purchased on stubwire.com. To view the performance by last year’s winners, Kappa Alpha Theta and Alpha Tau Omega, click here.

There’s so much to do this fall. Get out there and have some fun!

 

 

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