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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 ...

Oracle history flashback: ‘Spirit Empowered Living’

Oracle history flashback: ‘Spirit Empowered Living’

Twenty-five years ago this past week, Oral Roberts stepped inside the classroom to teach “Bible Principles for Abundant Life through Faith.” Does this class sound familiar? Probab ...

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Red Tape: Fighting through barriers

Red Tape: Fighting through barriers

About 270 ORU students are international students, representing 68 different countries. Each student has a unique journey with  varying obstacles, but they all have one thing in c ...

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Wilson announces campus-wide updates

Wilson announces campus-wide updates

ORU’s Information Technology department worked to improve cable and internet services in the dorms over the summer. The coax cable television has been replaced, and the internet b ...

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Beloved math professor remembered as a “man of joy”

Beloved math professor remembered as a “man of joy”

As Vincent Dimiceli, Ph.D., raced into chapel, he asked a colleague for an unusual favor: help with a math problem. For the next 30 minutes, Dimiceli and Andrew Lang, a fellow ORU ...

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Students look to nab more books for the buck

Students look to nab more books for the buck

Textbook prices are on the rise, making rental and used books a must. Think you were done with school fees after you paid tuition? Reach into your wallet again, because textbooks  ...

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ORU nabs “Best in the West” distinction

ORU nabs “Best in the West” distinction

Earlier this month, the Princeton Review released “The Best in the West” list, which included Oral Roberts University among five other Sooner schools. For the fourth consecutive y ...

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Yea or neigh? HPER offers riding class

Yea or neigh? HPER offers riding class

Whether you have an affinity for horses, need a new hobby, or are simply searching for a fun health and physical education class next semester, the Equestrian and Fitness course m ...

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Directors discuss options for trash chute systems

Directors discuss options for trash chute systems

If a trash chute isn’t clogged up, a student’s bundle of trash should hit the basement in a couple of seconds. However, it takes 12 hours for that trash to be taken out every day. ...

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Fred Creek cleanup to reduce risk of flooding

Fred Creek cleanup to reduce risk of flooding

The tractors and dump trucks spreading around large amounts of mulch near the bridge between ORU’s Graduate Center and Aerobics Center are part of a cleanup project organized by t ...

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Engineering senior project to be used in the classroom

Engineering senior project to be used in the classroom

Senior mechanical engineer students Luke Chinworth, Bethany Dickie and Andrew Walter are wrapping up their senior project entitled “Design and  Construction of a Process Heater Si ...

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