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Aaron Siebler, student association president, says that when you take action, the rest will come somehow. When paying off his tuition balance, Siebler found that working hard and seeking help was the best way to solve problems.
ORU international students overcome financial challenges
Joao Mesquita, Staff Writer • March 8, 2024
Love and theology: ORU plays matchmaker
Natasha Perez, Videographer • February 14, 2024
Ashley Martinez, a junior in cinema, television, digital media at Oral Roberts University, believes ‘everybody needs respect, everybody deserves to be given credit’ in the entertainment industry.
ORU student and professor call for ‘respect’ in the entertainment industry
Sevyn Bahntu, Staff Writer • November 24, 2023

Working as a media intern for Christian Chapel last summer in Tulsa, Ashley Martinez scrolled through social media and found heartbreaking news....

‘The Art of Kindness’ crew poses for a picture Nov. 4 at the 168 Film Festival in Fayetteville, Georgia. “It was really cool to be able to go to the festival as a team because it showed how unified we are,” said Director Michaela Ray. We received many compliments about how amazing it was to see us all together as a team.”

From left to right: Kody Mundt, Renato Sanchez, Daniel Navarette, Michaela Ray, Noe Smith, Natasha Perez, David Sing and Hayoung Lim.

Additional crew members include: Kiora Brooks, Edwin Rosa, Ella Abney, Jacob Sanders, Mark Travis and faculty advisor Professor David Norris Ray.
‘The Art of Kindness’: ORU earns 8 nominations from student film
McKenna Lewis, Staff Writer • November 15, 2023

Taking a break from filming a grief documentary in early October in North Carolina, the emotionally drained Michaela Ray read an email that sent...

ORU professors produce RightNow Media series: 'Dangers of Young Men'
Hannah Firestone and Larissa Davenport November 3, 2023

In the middle of Petra Field Camps in the Ozarks last summer, six 13-year-old boys competed in a series of challenges, from spelunking and kayaking...

‘Some days Ill find myself crying on my bed,” says ORU graduate Gabriel Jaggernauth, explaining the inspiration for his book, ‘What God Taught Me.’ ‘That was junior year, asking myself whats going on, but God saw me through all of that.’
ORU grad reveals ‘What God Taught Me’ in recently published book
Josué Ariza Puerta, Staff Writer • February 2, 2024

When Gabriel Jaggernauth was 15 years old, he would stay up at night and write short stories. And later in life, as Cinema, Television and Digital...

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December 5, 2022

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Love Week
March 11, 2022

The week of February 9th - 14th Oral Roberts University hosted a love week for the students on campus to let them destress and feel the love....

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