Jason Burger, Contributing Writer If you have been a student at OBU for any reasonable amount of time, you probably have realized that not a whole
Mya Hudgins, Faith Editor Many Christians expect the life of following Jesus to be simple, easy and a connection with Christ that is unswayable. The
Payton Clark, News Editor Technology has become an important part of the daily lifestyle of students everywhere, and with it back and neck pain. Monday
Anna Dellinger, Features Editor Three church campus locations, thousands of members and 100 years later, Immanuel Baptist Church of Shawnee still stands as a testimony of
Anna Dellinger, Features Editor The paper you’re probably not holding in your hands right now can – and should – be used for much more
Jonathan Soder, Assistant Faith Editor David Platt, president of the International Mission Board, will speak at chapel on Bison Hill today at 10 a.m.
Payton Clark, News Editor For 10 years, the Recreation and Wellness Center has been connecting students and promoting health on Bison Hill. Oct. 28, the
Mya Hudgins, Faith Editor There are 195 countries, 7 continents, 7 seas, estimated about 6,909 languages, roughly 4,200 religions, and somewhere between 11,500 and 16,000
Anna Dellinger, Features Editor As students experience on most breaks, such as the recent Fall Free Days, there is no place like home. Old friends,
Kendra Johnson, Arts Editor Oklahoma Baptist University College of Fine Arts will present a Fine Arts Showcase on Friday Nov. 27 at 8:30 p.m., in
Loren Rhoades, Assistant Features Editor Everyone has their own story, a story with its own starting point. Brian and Christi Shobert’s story started at OBU.
Mya Hudgins, Faith Editor As the leaves change color, the air gets cooler, orange becomes the known color, and people go crazy for candy
Mabee-Gerrer Museum of Art showcases the work of Saudi Arabian college students.
Everyone is welcome to attend cyber security conference.
Check out this article to find out more about The Blue Zones Project in Pottawatomie County.
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.
Jacob Factor, Chief Photographer (originally published November 1, 2017) Native Americans have a very prominent part in Oklahoma History. It was originally called Indian Territory,
The OBU Debate team competed in their last tournament of the semester early November at East Texas Baptist University in Marshall, TX. Half of the
Ruthee Ivers, Contributing Writer Flu season has come again, and many Americans will not get their flu vaccines. Influenza, commonly known as the flu, comes with
Robyn Kuylen, Contributing Writer For the past eight years, OBU has had the privilege of an alumni as part of the adjunct staff; Ann
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