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William Ranahan, chair of the Biology and Chemistry Department at Oral Roberts University, explains research results to biology lab manager Diego de la Torre.
ORU cancer researcher follows God’s path instead of his own
November 3, 2022
Marketing junior Lizzy Kirby is starting a support group called Healing Hearts for ORU students who experience chronic illness. More information is available via Instagram @findingjoyinsuffering.
Finding hope in chronic illness: ORU student Lizzy Kirby launches support group
October 24, 2022
Sky Ventures
Sky Ventures
September 26, 2022
Johnny Biederman, working at A&R Axe Throwing, creating a target for customers to throw axes at.
Maintaining the work-school balance
Alexa Mostrom, Editor in Chief • November 30, 2022

A student in her early twenties quickly walks through ORU’s hall of mirrors. As Ashlynn Kinnett walks, she fixes her hair and keeps a steady...

Phelan Monagan and Sharla Roche collaborating on an email for students inquiring about the financial literacy program.
ORU: making financial literacy a reality
Alexa Mostrom, Editor in Chief • November 28, 2022

The average United States college graduate in 2021 accumulated around $30,000 of debt, according to U.S. News and World Report. Not only that,...

President Rylee Cater, right, and Vice President Reese Harder have ideas for growing The Nest and bringing more energy not only to basketball games but to all sports at ORU.
The Nest bring a boost of energy for ORU Athletics
Blake Turner, Staff Writer • October 3, 2022

When Maryland hosted Duke on Jan. 27, 2001, students chanted “overrated” at the Blue Devils bench when the Terrapins were up 8 points with 54 seconds left in the game. Famously, however, those chants would fuel the...

The journey & career of Francis Lacis
The journey & career of Francis Lacis
Blake Turner, Staff Writer • April 13, 2022

Lao Tzu once said “the journey of a thousand miles begins with one step.” For Francis Lacis, a senior on the Golden Eagles basketball team, the journey began in Riga, Latvia, 5,000 miles from Tulsa. Like most...

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