Tuesday , September 26, 2017

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 o ...

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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 invo ...

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“Little Women” exceeds expectations

“Little Women” exceeds expectations

ORU Theater presented the musical version of Louisa May Alcott’s 1865 novel  “Little Women” during this spring’s College Weekend.  Writen by Allan Knee, with lyrics by Mindi Dicks ...

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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 Bis ...

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Bishop named new Student Body President

Bishop named new Student Body President

Wednesday, March 8, Emily Bishop was announced as the 2017-18 Student Body President. “We had just come out of worship, and I was at a point where I was like ‘O.K. God, either way ...

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Anxiety proven to be common for students

Anxiety proven to be common for students

In 2015, the Center for Collegiate Mental Health, overseen by Pennsylvania State University, conducted a study focused on the mental health of college students. The results were o ...

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It’s not a Phase in Saga

It’s not a Phase in Saga

Silicone, Silly Putty, and uh Sodexo? “I’ll take an order of silly putty with a side of silicone eye contacts,” said no one ever. But that’s never stopped the fast food restaurant ...

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Short stories class inspires published book

Short stories class inspires published book

In “The Adventures of Sylvie Sedan,” college student Ginger and her car, Sylvie, are destined to maintain “carmony,” the powerful bond between car and driver. Through their time o ...

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Holocaust survivors speaks to students

Holocaust survivors speaks to students

Irving Roth, a holocaust survivor, visited campus Monday night to share his story with ORU. The event started with an introduction from Pastor Lyndon Allen of the Christian United ...

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New double play duo starting to find chemistry

New double play duo starting to find chemistry

Strength up the middle is a priority for any team and ORU is no exception. No matter the combination at second base and shortstop, each season the production speaks for itself. Th ...

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