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Nick Dingus, Sports Editor Stepping off the airplane at five feet, five inches tall and 110 pounds, Solomon Mbiti does not strike the eye as
Payton Clark, News Editor The OBU debate team competed in their first tournament of the year, Sept. 7-10 at the University of Cumberlands at Williamsburg,
Chelsea Weeks, Assistant News Editor Many people associate October with flannel shirts, pumpkin spiced lattes and Halloween. However, added to the list can be the new
ANNA DELLINGER, Features Editor Ford Music Hall is in for a makeover – and a name change. Re-envisioned as a collaborative place for all students
Payton Clark, News Editor From the admissions office to Cargill Alumni Center and now the Multicultural Affairs Office, Josh Trimble is back, working in the
The group that meets prays for a specific country extensively each night, as well as other needs around the world, and personal needs.
Moriah Lamb, sophomore nursing major, attend prayer for the nations each night, and has enjoyed the experience.
“I started going to prayer after I talked to Beth at Un Cuerpo last year,” Lamb said. “It quickly became the one place on campus where I fit in, where I had a place and felt at home.”
Emma Williams debuted her award-winning art at her senior exhibit this week. The exhibit includes a suicide awareness campaign and many photography-based pieces.
OBU’s 15th president seeks to transform students’ lives.
Mya Hudgins shares her thoughts on Matthew 22.
Mya Hudgins, Faith Editor German club, Bisionettes, social clubs, club sports and many other organizations are well known around Oklahoma Baptist campus. There is one student
Payton Clark, News Editor Whether it’s shop ‘til you drop or relaxing in between classes, next week female students and faculty will have the chance to
Nick Dingus, Sports Editor After a record outing for Preston Haire last Saturday, the Bison’s quarterback controversy may finally see an end. The redshirt freshman Haire
Payton Clark, News Editor Following Dr. David Whitlock’s convocation address about racial reconciliation last month, students are getting the chance to share their thoughts and begin