Friday , October 20, 2017

Students affected by halt on DACA

Students affected by halt on DACA

Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) is a policy implemented by the Obama administration that provides work licenses and protection from deportation for unauthorized immi ...

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Internationals find home for American holidays

Internationals find home for American holidays

It’s holiday season, and the Tulsa community will be embracing international students who cannot go home for the festivities. The “International Family Connect,” run by the Intern ...

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Double take: Celebrity look-alikes on campus

Double take: Celebrity look-alikes on campus

Hey is that Anna Kendrick? Probably not.  If you have seen any major celebrities walking around campus, it’s more than likely just fellow students.     These students have been mi ...

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Citizen, soldier: South Korean students transition from military life

Citizen, soldier: South Korean students transition from military life

Yoel Kim had one mission: search the Demilitarized Zone for land mines. He and his comrades searched the ground intently. His eyes were so focused that he didn’t notice he wandere ...

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Senior nursing tradition in Mexico is reinstated

Senior nursing tradition in Mexico is reinstated

Seven senior nursing students started off their semester by serving in Mexico, a nursing tradition that was put on hold for four years. Due to safety concerns, ORU cancelled the a ...

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Eight games to look for this Christmas

Eight games to look for this Christmas

The holiday season is coming up. Thanksgiving is around the corner. And as the Black Friday/Cyber Monday rush comes full on, what are the games to buy this Christmas? 2014 was an ...

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A serious step towards global mission

A serious step towards global mission

ORU took one more step toward globalization last Friday afternoon with the ribbon-cutting ceremony of the new international center. Students, faculty and staff celebrated the offi ...

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Aren’t you a little old to be using a pacifier?

Aren’t you a little old to be using a pacifier?

Infants dependent on a pacifier never wants to let it out of their sight. They cry in a panicked frenzy when it’s not visible or accessible to them. The same is true for students’ ...

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Flashback Friday: The original texting

Flashback Friday: The original texting

Some things never change. Even in 1984, ORU students still managed to send “text messages” to each other without cell phones, social media or instant messaging. The Oracle made it ...

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New fellow program places grads next to deans

New fellow program places grads next to deans

After sifting through hundreds of applications, four fellows were selected as ORU’s first class of Graduate Quest Fellows. The Fellows were chosen based on their own personal ques ...

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