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Kickboxing is a hit

Grins beam from faces drenched in sweat. Music energizes the kickboxers. They perform sidekicks and punch their fists in sync, making the ground below them…

Rebrand: Kissing pom poms goodbye

There will be an absence of burgundy and gold pom poms on the football fields. They have been hastily replaced by a coed dance team.…

Coronavirus on the court: Lin speaks out

Since the beginning of last March, there has been a rise of bigotry towards Asian-Americans. One of the best-known players in basketball, Jeremy Lin, is…

Robert Saleh: Religion and legacies

Robert Saleh was named the new head coach for the New York Jets and is making history as the first Muslim to lead a team…

How HPE influences students

Every student at Oral Roberts University has to take a Health Physical Education class each semester. This is part of what sets ORU apart from…

1st woman to free-climb El Capitan

34-year-old Emily Harrington of Tahoe City, California became the first woman  and the fourth person ever to free-climb the notorious El Capitan route in a…

Battle of champions

 On Oct 17 the Los Angeles Lakers were named the NBA champions after defeating the Miami Heat 106-93 in game six of the NBA Finals.…

Nadal reclaims the French Open

Fan favorites clung onto Spanish professional tennis player Rafeal Nadal at the French Open. He is currently ranked No. 2 in the world’s men’s singles…