Friday , September 19, 2014

Tulsa welcomes Martha Graham Dance Company, past and present

This weekend, Tulsa welcome’s the nation’s oldest contemporary dance troupe to Oklahoma for its first time. The Mar ...

Not quite Division I

Intramurals started up last month, and students have taken advantage of the opportunity to play football. “The game ...

Newell leads Golden Eagles to one-stroke victory

The ORU men’s golf team put themselves back in the spotlight last week with a victory at the Derek Dolenc SIUE Invi ...

It’s dance, dance Ron-volution

Ronald Parker won’t stop dancing in front of strangers. Last week, he found himself standing on a chair in Saga, pe ...

‘Parties and events planned with ease’

“We walked on frosted fields of juniper and lamplight; I held your hand.” ORU alumna Hannah Ekblad and her husband ...

ORU welcomes new dean of online learning

Sergio Matviuk, new online dean, begins his work to take ORU’s vision and philosophy onto an interactive online pla ...

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Not quite Division I

Not quite Division I

Intramurals started up last month, and students have taken advantage of the opportunity to play football. “The games ar ...Read More »

It’s dance, dance Ron-volution

It’s dance, dance Ron-volution

Ronald Parker won’t stop dancing in front of strangers. Last week, he found himself standing on a chair in Saga, performing ballet for a tab ...

Read More »
Tulsa welcomes Martha Graham Dance Company, past and present

Tulsa welcomes Martha Graham Dance Company, past and pr...

This weekend, Tulsa welcome’s the nation’s oldest contemporary dance troupe to Oklahoma for its first time. The Martha Graham Dance Company will perfo ...

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‘So, why are you here at ORU?’

‘So, why are you here at ORU?’

“Why did you come to ORU?” It is potentially the toughest question for an international student to answer. Condensing one of the most crucial decision ...

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