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A Blessing in the Background

Pierce Martin, Managing Editor November 23, 2021

Originally published in 2020   If you had asked me in tenth grade whether I thought I’d still be writing for a yearbook, I probably would have laughed and said, “I mean, I doubt it. Does...

The Beauty of Remensing

Mychaela Burris, Copy Editor November 22, 2021

Originally published in 2020 Looking back on my first few years at ORU I never considered that I would become an editor for a top-ranked publication like the Perihelion. These years were difficult and...

ORU Cancels Social Justice Major

Haliyma Clay, News Editor November 19, 2021

With only five students enrolled in the program and all scheduled to graduate in May, Oral Roberts University will discontinue its social justice major at the end of the fall semester, officials said. The...

Covid-19 Vaccines: To Get or Not to Get?

Alexa Mostrom, Editor in Chief November 17, 2021

While some colleges across the world required a COVID-19 vaccine before returning to campuses this fall, Oral Roberts University made no such demand, leaving students to debate whether or not to be vaccinated.   Nursing...

Entrepreneurship at ORU

Entrepreneurship at ORU

Haliyma Clay, News Editor November 15, 2021

Oral Roberts University’s College of Business is offering a new degree program called “business administration in entrepreneurship,” which is designed to equip students to launch successful businesses...

New library to be $18 million landmark for ORU

New library to be $18 million landmark for ORU

Haliyma Clay, News Editor November 12, 2021

Oral Roberts University recently broke ground on the $18 million J.D. McKean Library, which will be built 100% debt-free. “We have been planning this project for over two years, and it will take two...

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