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  • The decision behind Susie North

    The decision behind Susie North

    Students began arriving on ORU’s campus in early August to start the new school year. They noticed quite a few changes that occurred over the summer. One notable change was the con ...

  • Handling hurricanes

    Handling hurricanes

    As the concrete jungle on the southern border of America became submerged in flood waters last month, the nation stopped and stared. Numerous charitable efforts have reeled in help ...

  • A successful solution to peer advisement

    A successful solution to peer advisement

    It’s freshman move-in day. The ORU campus is flooded with cars full of bright-eyed students, nervous but happy parents and boxes of new dorm room decor. Student leaders are station ...

  • Charlottesville backlash trickles into Oklahoma

    Charlottesville backlash trickles into Oklahoma

    After protests and counter-protests over Confederate memorials led to the loss of an innocent life in Charlottesville, the discussion about why the protests took place and what thi ...

The potential of Puerto Rico

The potential of Puerto Rico

Puerto Ricans are receiving another chance to vote on statehood after the territory’s governor Ricardo Rossello approved a non-binding referendum to determine the U.S. territory’s ...

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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 ...

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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 fast ...

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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 o ...

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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 invo ...

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The journey to presidency

The journey to presidency

“We had just come out of worship, and I was at a point where I was like ‘Okay God, either way this is yours. You are going to be glorified through this or without this,’” said Bis ...

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GOP rallies to repeal Obamacare

GOP rallies to repeal Obamacare

President Donald Trump has signed around 27 executive orders since his presidency began. However, when it comes to the proposed GOP health bill, the president plans to push it ful ...

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Media aggression not unprecedented

Media aggression not unprecedented

Much to the media’s chagrin, a “Trumpian” presidency has happened before, beginning in 1981 with Ronald Reagan as president. The major difference between the two men are their per ...

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Bishop named new Student Body President

Bishop named new Student Body President

Wednesday, March 8, Emily Bishop was announced as the 2017-18 Student Body President. “We had just come out of worship, and I was at a point where I was like ‘O.K. God, either way ...

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It’s not a Phase in Saga

It’s not a Phase in Saga

Silicone, Silly Putty, and uh Sodexo? “I’ll take an order of silly putty with a side of silicone eye contacts,” said no one ever. But that’s never stopped the fast food restaurant ...

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