By Morgan Smith, Assistant Faith Editor n 1958, Bob and Esther Burroughs graduated from Oklahoma Baptist University, and on March 14, they returned as the
Kedrick Nettleton, Columnist The NCAA is under investigation – again. If you’re a fan of college sports, you know that this is not a new or
By Jared A’Latorre, Contributing Writer (Courtesy Photo/Bison Athletic) With the season halfway in the books, the Bison are looking to finish off the second half
By Ashton Smith, Contributing Writer Picture this. You walk into the GC, see your friends sitting on those familiar couches, and you decide to join
By Nick Dingus, Sports Editor Every day as the morning sun rises over Raley chapel in Shawnee, Oklahoma, Saleh Saleem Fadel and his wife Hanan
Staff Reviewer, Arts Section “Now more than ever, the illusions of division threaten our very existence. We all know the truth: more connects us than
By Loren Rhoades, Assistant Features Editor The internet has become a place of endless possibilities, a place with the finest recipes, endless amounts of dog
By Olivianna Calmes, Contributing Writer Oklahoma Baptist University music groups University Chorale and True Voice have sung their way into our hearts. University Chorale was
By Jonathan Soder, Faith Co-Editor The entire month of March is Women’s History Month – a dedicated celebration of women’s contributions to and accomplishments in
By Chelsea Weeks, News Editor April 4 through 8, seven students and three professors will head to Milwaukee, Wisconsin to present their research papers at
By Abigail Chadwick, Assistant News Editor (Courtesy Photo) Seniors gathered in the bookstore Monday, March 12, and Tuesday, March 13, for Senior Salute. The event
By Mya Hudgins, Contributing Writer Your throat tightens, your breathing gets deeper, your stomach has a weird feeling – like butterflies. Your heart starts skipping
By Kendra Johnson, Arts Editor (Photo by Jonathan Soder/The Bison) As music students draw near to mid-semester jury performances and junior and senior recitals, many
Story and photos by Jacob Factor, Features Editor It’s the kind of place that, when you get there, even if only for a few days,
By Chelsea Weeks, News Editor (Photo by Jonathan Soder/The Bison) Anxiety for an upcoming test, an awkward eating schedule, or depression over a relationship
By Morgan Smith, Assistant Faith Editor (Courtesy photo/OBU PR department) Dr. Paul Donnelly spent three decades working in the criminal justice system before coming to
By Nick Dingus, Sports Editor (Courtesy Photos/Bison Athletics) Heading into March, Oklahoma Baptist tennis is poised to make waves in post-season play. Over the last
By Jonathan Soder, Faith Co-Editor Imagine one day you’re approached by a man in a black trench coat and told that nothing you see is
By Kendra Johnson, Arts Editor (Courtesy photo/The Bison) External friendship hides an inner turmoil of competitive energy in “Little Miss Fresno,” one of three plays
(Courtesy Photo/Creative Commons) Last week Dr. Green explained how important resumes are and what to put in them. This week, Dr. Rich Rudebock, Robert L.
“I felt like I had lost a bit of my identity when I lost my father” By Hannah Lounsbery, Faith Co-Editor Generally, the risk that
By Jacob Factor, Features Editor (Courtesy Photo/Jaden Jennings) Students come to OBU for an experience they won’t get at a state school. For most, that
By Chelsea Weeks, News Editor (Courtesy Photo/OBU Public Relations) The American Association of Colleges of Nursing (AACN) elected OBU Dean of the College of Nursing
By Bryanna Davis, Contributing Writer (Courtesy Photo/Bison Athletics) Oklahoma Baptist University cheerleader, Kamryn Bartley, is getting a lot of attention for the paper she wrote
By Jared L’ Atorre, Contributing Writer The Bison finished off Henderson State with a win February 26 and went one and two in three-game series
By Kendra Johnson, Arts Editor (Courtesy Photo/The Bison) This past week, Feb. 27-Mar. 3, a portion of the students and faculty of Oklahoma Baptist University’s
By Nick Dingus, Sports Editor (Courtesy Photo/Bison Athletics) Poor field conditions in Magnolia, Arkansas last week forced Oklahoma Baptists three-game series to be moved to
By Payton Clark, Social Media Editor (Courtesy photo/The Bison) After a month of anticipation, Passion has released another live album from their sold-out student conference.
By Loren Rhoades, Assistant Features Editor Sibling relationships are of a different breed than most. Nine times out of 10, most siblings love and dislike
By Jonathan Soder, Faith Co-Editor (Courtesy Photo/Creative Commons) Las Vegas, Sutherland Springs, Parkland – in the last six months each of these towns has felt
• 321 Roman Emperor Constantine I decrees that the Solis Invicti (sun-day) is the day of rest in the Empire. • 1876 Alexander Graham Bell
By Abigail Chadwick, Assistant News Editor (Photo by Preston Morris/The Bison) Snow days can be fun and frustrating for teachers and students, providing extra downtime.
By Chelsea Weeks, News Editor (Photo by Jacob Factor/The Bison) February 20, the Higher Learning Commission reaffirmed OBU’s accreditation for another 10 years. According to
By Jonathan Soder, Faith Co-Editor (Photo by Jonathan Soder/The Bison) Passionate shouting matches plague America’s modern sociopolitical context. Emotions dominate most conversations regarding controversial topics
By Jared A’ Latorre, Contributing Writer (Courtesy photo/Bison Athletics) The Bison went one and one this weekend in their two game series against Henderson State.
By Michael Stewart, Assistant Sports Editor (Courtesy photo/Bison Athletics) The men’s and women’s basketball teams wrapped up the 2017/18 regular season with a pair of
*This art show ended March 2 By Jessa Chadwick, Assistant Arts Editor (Photo by Jonathan Soder/The Bison) Senior graphic design major Madison Crow’s art exhibit
By Kendra Johnson, Arts Editor (Courtesy photo/The Bison) Christian artists often find themselves faced with difficult subject matters and struggling to find ways of responding
By Kendra Johnson, Arts Editor (Courtesy photo/The Bison) University Chorale and True Voice will hold a joint concert March 6 in Yarborough Auditorium at 7:30
By Hannah Lounsbery, Faith Co-Editor (Photo by Hannah Lounsbery/The Bison) The title of “disciple” carries quite a bit of weight in the mind of believers.
By Morgan Smith, Assistant Faith Editor (Photo by Jonathan Soder/The Bison) The Hobb’s College of Theology and Ministry is known for educating the next generation
By Abigail Chadwick, Assistant News Editor (Photo by Preston Morris/The Bison) A couple of small boxes have been placed around campus with the intention of
(Courtesy Photo) February 28, 1993, The ATF raided the Branch Davidian compound in Waco, Texas for weapon stockpiling and other crimes. The Branch Davidians, a
By Loren Rhoades, Assistant Features Editor College students across the nation are spending their days as full-time students while also being full-time employees. This isn’t
By Chelsea Weeks, News Editor (Courtesy photo / http://www.amgnational.org) An opportunity to learn more about another language and culture outside the classroom is coming to
By Chelsea Weeks, News Editor (Courtesy Photo/The Bison) With every new semester there are trials and frustrations; however, the legend Mary Lou Retton will be
By Michael Stewart, Assistant Sports Editor (Photo by Preston Morris/The Bison) The Oklahoma Baptist men’s and women’s basketball teams hit the floor Thursday evening for
By Courtlin Haygarth, Contributing Writer (Courtesy photo/Bison Athletics) It was a late night in Springfield as the Bison took on the Panthers of Drury University.
Nick Dingus, Sports Editor (Courtesy Photo/Mya Hudgins) College athletes are a special brand of people. They balance not only their rigorous academic schedule, but an
By Loren Rhoades, Assistant Features Editor Commitment is a strong word, especially when it comes to committing our time to Jesus. We are a generation
By Hannah Lounsbery, Faith Co-Editor I sat through many hot, sticky tabernacle services in an adolescence saturated in the traditions of the Southern Baptist Church.
By Jared A’Latorre, Columnist Michael Jordan, an NBA legend is known to be the greatest basketball player to ever play. At least that’s what it