Saturday , September 23, 2017

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 statio ...

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Season debut a victory for ORU mens soccer against Incarnate Word

Season debut a victory for ORU mens soccer against Incarnate Word

In their season debut match Friday, Aug. 25 the ORU Men’s Soccer team proved successful in creating a 1-0 victory against visiting opponent Incarnate Word. At this point, the Gold ...

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Whatley’s big day at the plate helps send ORU to sweep over Fort Wayne

Whatley’s big day at the plate helps send ORU to sweep over Fort Wayne

It wasn’t the prettiest game you’d want to see, but ORU took care of business as they defeated Fort Wayne 11–2 on a wet and windy Sunday afternoon. The Mastodons drew first blood ...

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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 wha ...

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Debbie Castellanos: From hurt to healing

Debbie Castellanos: From hurt to healing

God’s rescue plan for our lives can sometimes take unexpected turns that are hard to understand. Sometimes we hold ourselves back from fear or circumstance, but God never tires in ...

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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 edu ...

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Where are the uttermost bounds?

Where are the uttermost bounds?

“...to the uttermost bounds of the Earth.” That phrase has been echoed in chapel service after chapel service, empowering those who seek to do missionary work as a profession or e ...

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Seeing Double

Seeing Double

Close friends make or break the college experience for most students. Friends make life more interesting, share in the weight of difficult times and are excellent adventure buddie ...

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Finding hope in the hopeless

Finding hope in the hopeless

Since she was a little girl, junior International Relations major Francia Dervilus has dreamed big. Though her resources were limited growing up in the Dominican Republic, Francia ...

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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 fast ...

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