Lia Hillman, Features Editor When the cooler weather arrives and the leaves start to change colors, people begin to migrate toward pumpkin patches and corn mazes.
by Andrew Thomsen, Assistant Features Editor Student leaders are often thrown into the OBU spotlight, meaning they’re widely known but known deeply by few. Such is
by Morgan Smith, Faith Editor Should Christians support the death penalty? That was the question posed at a Philosophy Forum hosted at the Baylee Business Center
by Payton Clark, Assistant News Editor “The glory of young men is their strength, gray hair the splendor of the old,” Proverbs 20:29 Every Monday and
by Morgan Smith, Faith Editor OBU students may have noticed a table in the GC this month, covered with flyers and pamphlets describing the warning signs
by Allison Jarboe, Arts Editor Dr. Tony Litherland, a recently retired professor from OBU, has started his very own clay art business. “My husband has been