Friday , October 20, 2017

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  • Therapy resources found in Counseling and Recovery Services of Oklahoma

    Therapy resources found in Counseling and Recovery...

      College students have learned to adapt to large amounts of stress in spite of being constantly overwhelmed with never-ending loads of assignments and projects. However, thei ...

  • Living compassion to Christians in the Middle East

    Living compassion to Christians in the Middle East...

    Terry Law admits to being a “yes” man—for God. As chairman and founder of World Compassion Terry Law Ministries, an organization that takes the message of Jesus Christ to hostile n ...

  • Art club answers the call

    Art club answers the call

      The call was an answered prayer for Camille Suter, a junior Studio Art major and president of ORU’s art club, ORU Artists. Ever since the art club started last fall, they’ve ...

  • Reverb: LANY plays hometown

    Reverb: LANY plays hometown

    From exploring Tulsa as a teenager to strutting onto a stage with screaming fans, Paul Klein returns home and prepares to perform at Cain’s Ballroom, having already sold out the or ...

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 pr ...

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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 Dicks ...

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Iconic shirt styles return for the new season

Iconic shirt styles return for the new season

Keeping up with fashion trends can seem like a wild game of hide-and-seek—one minute you’re “it” and everyone loves your style, and the next you’re hiding in the bathroom from you ...

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The Conversant Critic:  Thai Village

The Conversant Critic: Thai Village

Last summer, I tried Thai food for the first time back in my hometown of Dallas. I loved it and was glad to expand my food choices. It only made sense I would choose one of Tulsa’ ...

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Anxiety proven to be common for students

Anxiety proven to be common for students

In 2015, the Center for Collegiate Mental Health, overseen by Pennsylvania State University, conducted a study focused on the mental health of college students. The results were o ...

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Aretha Franklin ends 50-year career

Aretha Franklin ends 50-year career

The Queen of Soul, Aretha Franklin, announced her retirement Feb. 9. “I’ll be pretty much satisfied, but I’m not going to go anywhere and just sit down and do nothing. That wouldn ...

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Tulsa spring activities

Tulsa spring activities

     Spring is approaching soon. The air is filled with flowers, cool weather and temperamental geese. For many, spring is their favorite time of the year, but they are not sure w ...

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Pants and jeans: an outfit staple

Pants and jeans: an outfit staple

After trends like fringe purses,  Aeropostale polos and those terrible years when CROCS reigned supreme, fashion gurus worldwide are happy to report that we once again live in a w ...

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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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