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Looking ahead to another 50 years.

Looking ahead to another 50 years.

ORU’s 50th Anniversary celebration is over, and the university is pushing ahead to new things. “We now move to the future. We’ve been celebrating the past and thanking God for what ...

Engineering a new schedule

Engineering a new schedule

Over the years, hundreds have served, and thousands of hours have passed while sitting desk. The Resident Advisor program is one of the most sought after organizations on campus to ...

Speech experiment utilizes VR goggles

Speech experiment utilizes VR goggles

This spring, ORU Oral Communication classes have begun adopting the use of virtual reality equipment in an attempt to utilize modern technology in a way that could advance the educ ...

Adjunct professor announces candidacy

Adjunct professor announces candidacy

“I am announcing as a congressional candidate,” said former District Attorney Tim Harris earlier in April. Harris served a record-breaking 16 years in the position in Tulsa County. ...

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 ...

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 ...

Looking ahead to another 50 years.

Looking ahead to another 50 years.

ORU’s 50th Anniversary celebration is over, and the university is pushing ahead to new things. “We now move to the future. We’ve been celebrating the past and thanking God for what he’s done and talking about the future,” said President William M. Wi ...

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Engineering a new schedule

Engineering a new schedule

Over the years, hundreds have served, and thousands of hours have passed while sitting desk. The Resident Advisor program is one of the most sought after organizations on campus to be involved in, but until recently all of its scheduling has been com ...

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Speech experiment utilizes VR goggles

Speech experiment utilizes VR goggles

This spring, ORU Oral Communication classes have begun adopting the use of virtual reality equipment in an attempt to utilize modern technology in a way that could advance the educational system. The VR equipment introduces students to a new approach ...

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Adjunct professor announces candidacy

Adjunct professor announces candidacy

“I am announcing as a congressional candidate,” said former District Attorney Tim Harris earlier in April. Harris served a record-breaking 16 years in the position in Tulsa County. His focus was on the fight for the rights of crime victims. Recently, ...

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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 political future. The referendum will allow for a direct vote from all ...

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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 activists attended the conference, as well as Israeli and American pol ...

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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 fastest growing collegiate debate association in the country, hosted the ev ...

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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 of power cords, parallel to a neighborhood of houses that Tulsa has host ...

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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 involved in the delegation of international law, to practice policy and pol ...

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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 Bishop. “When [President Wilson] said my name, I didn’t know how to contro ...

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