One for the history books!
Planned entirely by OU students on the Campus Activities Council Executive Committee and the designated directors of each group, Sooner Scandals is a musical theater show featuring the performance skills of different student organizations, predominantly fraternities and sororities. The show takes place every spring semester during CAC's Parents’ Weekend. It includes a wide range of themes each year; this year's theme was “One for the Books.”
Six shows made the cut with history-themed story lines such as women in the workforce, the Oklahoma land run and the French Revolution. Each group is to put on a 12-minute show with the best acting, singing and dancing. Competition rises as Sooners all strive for the different awards such as first, second and third place overall, best interpretation of theme, best male and female leads and best costumes.
The victors this spring with first place overall was Kappa Alpha Theta sorority and Beta Theta Chi fraternity. Delta Delta Delta and Lambda Chi Alpha won best advertisement and Chi Omega and Delta Tau Delta took home the award for best directors.