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  • Out with the new, in with the old

    Out with the new, in with the old

    It always frustrates me that June 21st is the official first day of summer, because by that point, school has been out for almost two months and my birthday—June 19th, a true-blue ...

  • The Conversant Critic’s top 10 food choices

    The Conversant Critic’s top 10 food choices

    It’s the end of the semester and for about five months, you put in a lot of all nighters and hard work.  On your much needed summer break, check out some of Tulsa’s popular food jo ...

  • Debbie Castellanos: From hurt to healing

    Debbie Castellanos: From hurt to healing

    God’s rescue plan for our lives can sometimes take unexpected turns that are hard to understand. Sometimes we hold ourselves back from fear or circumstance, but God never tires in ...

  • Seeing Double

    Seeing Double

    Close friends make or break the college experience for most students. Friends make life more interesting, share in the weight of difficult times and are excellent adventure buddies ...

Debbie Castellanos: From hurt to healing

Debbie Castellanos: From hurt to healing

God’s rescue plan for our lives can sometimes take unexpected turns that are hard to understand. Sometimes we hold ourselves back from fear or circumstance, but God never tires in ...

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Seeing Double

Seeing Double

Close friends make or break the college experience for most students. Friends make life more interesting, share in the weight of difficult times and are excellent adventure buddie ...

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Finding hope in the hopeless

Finding hope in the hopeless

Since she was a little girl, junior International Relations major Francia Dervilus has dreamed big. Though her resources were limited growing up in the Dominican Republic, Francia ...

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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 ...

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Short stories class inspires published book

Short stories class inspires published book

In “The Adventures of Sylvie Sedan,” college student Ginger and her car, Sylvie, are destined to maintain “carmony,” the powerful bond between car and driver. Through their time o ...

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Holocaust survivors speaks to students

Holocaust survivors speaks to students

Irving Roth, a holocaust survivor, visited campus Monday night to share his story with ORU. The event started with an introduction from Pastor Lyndon Allen of the Christian United ...

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More than just the IT guy

More than just the IT guy

During a routine IT Department staff meeting about an empty desk, Service Desk Specialist Steve Duclos’ mind was somewhere else. God was giving Duclos a vision about the very empt ...

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Business experience with Pioneer Woman

Business experience with Pioneer Woman

ORU student, Graham Ford, had hit a wall in his previous job. He found himself in a situation where he could no longer offer help to his company and the company no longer wanted t ...

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Finding love at ORU:  Keeping the flame alive

Finding love at ORU: Keeping the flame alive

As with most college campuses, ORU presents students with the possibility of finding their future spouse. For many of our faculty and professors, ORU has played a large role in th ...

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‘The Nutcracker’ embodies spirit of holiday season

‘The Nutcracker’ embodies spirit of holiday season

It’s 1920s, Paris. Marie bolts for-ward and peers through the crowd of children, where her godfather, Drosselmeyer presents his finest toy—the beloved Nutcracker. Snow begins to f ...

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