Exercise benefits both mind, body

Zoe Charles News Editor Typically, exercise is advertised as an activity to improve physical shape. However, recent studies show that the impact of exercise extends far beyond the tangible and visible.   Neuroscientist, author and New York University professor Wendy Suzuki’s 2017 TED Talk titled “The Brain-Changing Benefits of Exercise” opened a dialogue between neuroscience and exercise science. Suzuki shared … Continue reading Exercise benefits both mind, body

Class of 2022 Senior Gift Announced 

Zoe Charles On Oct. 8, students were sent an email detailing the 2022 senior class gift of “Beautifying Pietz Plaza.”  According to okbu.edu, “Pietz Plaza was gifted to OBU in the 1980s. For over 40 years, it has been a place that students pass by on The Walk to begin their Freshman year and to end their Senior … Continue reading Class of 2022 Senior Gift Announced 

Military Spouses: the unsung heroes of the Armed Forces  

Tiffany Buschman   Features Editor   Veteran’s Day is often a time to celebrate active and retired military as well as those who have given their lives in service of this country. But often behind the scenes and sometimes overlooked are the spouses of those in service. Military spouses often make numerous sacrifices to support their spouses and also keep … Continue reading Military Spouses: the unsung heroes of the Armed Forces  

Love should never hurt: a spotlight on Domestic Violence Awareness Month 

Tiffany Buschman  Features Editor   For a lot of people, family is a source of comfort and love as well as something to be grateful for. But for some, family is something to be afraid of, that creates a feeling of fear instead of comfort. November is Domestic Violence Awareness Month; which aims to highlight the all too … Continue reading Love should never hurt: a spotlight on Domestic Violence Awareness Month 

How we should live by way of Augustine’s Confessions  

Ellie Huff  Faith Editor  Augustine of Hippo notably said, “The thought of you stirs him so deeply he cannot be content unless he praises you, because you made us for yourself and our hearts find no peace until they rest in you”.   For those who have not yet experienced the redemption of the soul through Christ, life can … Continue reading How we should live by way of Augustine’s Confessions  

OBU Theatre to present Vintage Hitchcock: A Live Radio Play 

Nathan Goforth  Assistant Features Editor  In a previous edition of The Bison, OBU’s Theatre production of “Vintage Hitchcock” was featured. Now, as promised, it returns for a follow-up check in as the show prepares to open for show. “Vintage Hitchcock” will open for showings November 5, 6, 11, 12 at 7:30 p.m and November 7, 13 at 2:30 p.m in the Sarkeys Black Box Theater. “Vintage” is, … Continue reading OBU Theatre to present Vintage Hitchcock: A Live Radio Play 

Celebrating Native American Heritage Month through literature 

Madison Stone Assistant Arts Editor  November is National Native American Heritage Month.  “The month is a time to celebrate rich and diverse cultures, traditions and histories and to acknowledge the important contributions of Native people,” said the National Congress of American Indians. “Heritage Month is also an opportune time to educate the general public about tribes, to raise a general … Continue reading Celebrating Native American Heritage Month through literature