“The point of this event is to humanize the statistics of poverty within Pottawatomie County,” Roach said.
Just last week, meteorologist Damon Lane reported that this year’s April showers will include a spike in tornadoes–particularly in eastern Oklahoma. “I’m both intrigued and worried,” Davis said.
by Sarah Combes, Contributing Writer OBU journalism students roamed the streets of New York City during the first part of spring break last week. The NSIM majors traveled
Seniors Lindsi Skinner and Emma Patton set up their research posters science-fair style for the 2017 Oklahoma Research Day on March 3.
“As I was crying, Professor Goodheart walked in and patted me on the back,” Icry said. “He said, ‘Don’t sweat the small stuff. Wait until you have real problems. You can always start over.’”
Colvin said OBU students are able to help the kids in Hope House by, “just being there.”