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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 ...

“Fly me to the moon…OK”

“Fly me to the moon…OK”

SpaceX founder and chief executive officer Elon Musk tweeted on Feb. 27, following the company’s announcement of two civilians offering to take a trip to the moon. Over six decade ...

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Political scene highlights

Political scene highlights

On Tuesday Feb. 28, President Donald Trump addressed congress during his first joint session since being elected. The meeting allowed for the president to discuss his current plan ...

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Bishop or Tone: Student Body President

Bishop or Tone: Student Body President

Although campaigning for the President of the United States may be over, another campaign has heated up.  This race is also for a presidential office; however, it will be played o ...

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Trump’s advisors confirmed

Trump’s advisors confirmed

As Donald Trump continues to move in his new presidential role, his cabinet picks are slowly being confirmed in their positions. “This is a serious cabinet, a cabinet of highly qu ...

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Amazon taxes in Oklahoma

Amazon taxes in Oklahoma

Dozens of Amazon-labeled packages, filled with discounted textbooks and dorm essentials stack up daily in the ORU Post O ce. Amazon is an incredibly popular go-to for col- lege st ...

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Connecting commuters to campus

Connecting commuters to campus

President Wilson moved from the chapel stage to the Holy Spirit Room to host a Commuter Student Forum on campus on Wednesday, Feb. 9. e president noted he would become a student f ...

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Welcoming Arabic to modern languages

Welcoming Arabic to modern languages

For the first time in ORU history, Arabic has been added to the list of world changing language courses. Little known to the student body, this class is currently available on cam ...

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International outlook on travel suspension

International outlook on travel suspension

One week a er Donald Trump became the 45th President of the United States of America, the executive order titled Protecting the Nation From Foreign Terrorist Entry Into the United ...

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Team Codex and The Fifth Mode of Transportation

Team Codex and The Fifth Mode of Transportation

The Hyperloop, a vacuum-like pod transportation system with the ability to take passengers in rapid ground transportation at the same speed as an airplane, is a concept ORU’s engi ...

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Trump and the media: friends and foes

Trump and the media: friends and foes

Lions and gazelles. Fish and pelicans. Donald Trump and the American media. Here are three things that despise each other, yet need each other to survive in their worlds. The nati ...

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