Tuesday , August 22, 2017

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  • 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 ...

  • 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 ...

  • 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. ...

International outlook on American holidays

International outlook on American holidays

It’s the most wonderful time of the year. With the recent Prayer Gardens Christmas lighting, Thanksgiving just around the corner and those few can’t wait students already jamming ...

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A literary worldview

A literary worldview

Educators and students of literature gathered on the 21st floor of the Cityplex Towers for the Southwestern Conference on Christianity and Literature (SWCCL) this past week. ORU h ...

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Puppies offer students peace on campus

Puppies offer students peace on campus

Check out more of Caitlin Peach's story here The workload of a college student can feel massive at times. Students cope with the pressures in different ways, some by having a favo ...

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Past professions: Life before the classroom

Past professions: Life before the classroom

A ballerina, a pastor and a grocery store cashier walked into a classroom... ORU professors use their life experience to impart wisdom and relate class content to real world scena ...

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Everyone Has a Story: Can’t. Never could. Never will.

Everyone Has a Story: Can’t. Never could. Never will.

Gloria Davis works long hours in Howard Auditorium on set and costume designs for the ORU theater department. She is 66 years old and has a smile which stretches to her eyes under ...

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Everyone has a Story: Stay the Path, Endure the Process

Everyone has a Story: Stay the Path, Endure the Process

Little Parrish “PJ” Purnell Jr. bounced up and down as he proudly announced to his parents he would be successful when he grew up. He would wear a suit and carry a briefcase headi ...

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Fashion and art collide to awaken native culture

Fashion and art collide to awaken native culture

A kaleidoscope of color swirls across the sight line—pure brilliance against a backdrop of snowy white walls and stark white mannequins. Suspended from the ceilings is abstract ar ...

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Honor Code policy offers second chances

Honor Code policy offers second chances

People don’t plan on making mistakes—yet failure is inevitable. But what happens to the ORU student if they break a regulation outlined in the university’s Honor Code? ORU impleme ...

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Architecture and art serve as spiritual symbols

Architecture and art serve as spiritual symbols

Oral Roberts University is full of ethereal reminders showcased around the campus, and each piece brings to life the university’s mission and vision. Walking around the campus, gu ...

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Contest calls for imaginative entrepreneurs

Contest calls for imaginative entrepreneurs

It’s time for the second Business Plan Competition at ORU where students have the opportunity to form groups and pitch ideas to real-world business executives. “The main goal of t ...

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