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ORU leaders advocate pro-Israeli politics

ORU leaders advocate pro-Israeli politics

Every year the pro-Israel community gathers together to hold a preeminent assembly called the  American Israel Public Affairs Committee Policy Conference. Fifteen thousand student activists attended t ...

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Debate team successful in national finals

Debate team successful in national finals

On March 22, the ORU debate team competed in a national debate tournament in Russellville, Arkansas, taking home many awards. The International Public Debate Association, the fastest growing collegiat ...

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Over the river, and behind towers…

Over the river, and behind towers…

The sun brightens the yellow cords that hold up a well-placed wooden swing deeply hidden behind Towers here on campus. On its left is a small house, and to its right is a valley of power cords, parall ...

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GLC supports Global Crisis Simulation

GLC supports Global Crisis Simulation

On April 1, ORU hosted its seventh consecutive and 10th official Global Crisis Simulation in the Global Learning Center. The GCS program aims to equip students who wish to be involved in the delegatio ...

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Introvert or extrovert: what it really means

Introvert or extrovert: what it really means

Just when we, as the human race, hadn’t quite divided ourselves enough, we began to find a certain pleasure in stereotyping ourselves furthermore as either extroverts or introverts. German psychologis ...

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Nursing inspires beyond the hospital

Nursing inspires beyond the hospital

Throughout this year I have spent many days in cramped study rooms with anywhere from four to seven of my closest friends, all coincidentally nursing majors. Complicated anatomy terms and drug names f ...

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Women’s history makes a stronger future

Women’s history makes a stronger future

Since March 1987, Women’s History Month has been celebrated across America. From International Women’s Day, which is held annually on March 8th, to the celebration of famous female suffragettes and pr ...

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Passion for Christ and a heart for ministry

Passion for Christ and a heart for ministry

Sometimes God saves you just because He loves you. Lucille Beaver’s story seems like the beginning of a great novel or the powerful story of a great minister who changed the world. Tragedy struck Beav ...

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The Conversant Critic: Laffa

The Conversant Critic: Laffa

Tulsa’s Brady Arts district has many hidden gems, and Medi-Eastern restaurant Laffa is one. Right in the mix of art galleries and theaters, this small restaurant on Main Street prides itself in tradit ...

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“Little Women” exceeds expectations

“Little Women” exceeds expectations

ORU Theater presented the musical version of Louisa May Alcott’s 1865 novel  “Little Women” during this spring’s College Weekend.  Writen by Allan Knee, with lyrics by Mindi Dickstein and music by Ste ...

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