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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 ...

An unforecasted Joint Resolution

An unforecasted Joint Resolution

On the surface, House Joint Bill 76 reads like just another legislative bill. However, Rep. Justin Amash of Michigan believes Congress passed a law in direct violation of the Fourt ...

Political progress on Trump’s agenda

Political progress on Trump’s agenda

Obamacare: Since 2009, repealing former President Barack Obama’s healthcare plan has become a Republican Party campaign staple. Senators like Marco Rubio were elected to the Senate ...

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 conversion of Wesley, a male dorm, to Susie North, a women’s residence ha ...

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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 from far and wide to rebuild America’s fourth largest city and bandag ...

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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 stationed throughout campus to greet, direct and assist new students all the ...

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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 this event means for the rest of the nation continues to be debated. The ...

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An unforecasted Joint Resolution

An unforecasted Joint Resolution

On the surface, House Joint Bill 76 reads like just another legislative bill. However, Rep. Justin Amash of Michigan believes Congress passed a law in direct violation of the Fourth Amendment of the United States Constitution. During the height of th ...

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Political progress on Trump’s agenda

Political progress on Trump’s agenda

Obamacare: Since 2009, repealing former President Barack Obama’s healthcare plan has become a Republican Party campaign staple. Senators like Marco Rubio were elected to the Senate in 2010 centered on the promise of repealing “Obamacare.” However, fo ...

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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 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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