OBU Theatre attends KCACTF Region 6 Conference

By Kendra Johnson, Arts Editor Last week, a group of seven OBU students and three faculty and staff members loaded into two vans and drove to Abilene, TX. They were on their way to attend the Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival’s Region 6 Conference February 23-March 1. The weekend after their return, several of … Continue reading OBU Theatre attends KCACTF Region 6 Conference

Dr. Donnelly brings experience to Bison Hill

By Morgan Jackson, Features Editor Dr. Paul Donnelly has a PhD in Criminology and is currently an assistant professor of sociology and criminal justice at Oklahoma Baptist University.   Donnelly studied sociology in his undergraduate years at Biola University in California. He earned a Master of Science in Public Administration at the University of Texas at Tyler. Finally, … Continue reading Dr. Donnelly brings experience to Bison Hill

OBU college of fine arts invites prospective students to one-day event

By Kendra Johnson, Arts Editor Visiting campus is often a deciding factor in student’s choices about college.  Oklahoma Baptist University’s Warren M. Angell College of Fine Arts will give prospective students the chance to spend a day on the OBU campus through Fine Arts Main Event (FAME) Monday, February 18.  “The idea is for us to expose prospective students to … Continue reading OBU college of fine arts invites prospective students to one-day event

Milburn Success Center provides student resources

By Morgan Jackson, Features Editor  Oklahoma Baptist University’s spring semester just recently began, and it is not uncommon for students to be feeling far less stressed than they will be feeling at the end of the semester. While it is important to enjoy this time, it is also extremely important to find ways to make … Continue reading Milburn Success Center provides student resources

Honors thesis leads to new math discovery

By Loren Rhoades, Assistant News Editor Senior math major Kelsi Guleserian uncovered a mathematical theorem with the help of assistant professor of mathematics Dr. Cherith Tucker. The two came up with the theorem while researching topics for Guleserian’s honors thesis. “I knew I wanted to write a thesis because I wanted to study math more … Continue reading Honors thesis leads to new math discovery

Jonathan Stewart wins awards for swimming achievement

By Chelsea Weeks, News Editor Jonathan Stewart, a senior business management major with an emphasis in computer information, received the Pat and Tony Jablonsky Award and the NCAA Academic All-Ameri-can for the 2017-2018 school year. The Pat and Tony Jablonsky Award is given by the business honors society, Delta Mu Delta, to a business student … Continue reading Jonathan Stewart wins awards for swimming achievement

On the Hill: Student runs towards excellence

By Loren Rhoades, Assistant Features Editor  (Courtesy photo/Evie Carlswell) Relationships made with others are what help to mold a person’s character while also teaching them how to grow. Whether it be by blood, romantic attraction or friendship, the relationships a person makes largely impacts who they are and who they will become. Freshman accounting major … Continue reading On the Hill: Student runs towards excellence

Student COMS scholar presents at three conferences

Staff Writer Most undergraduate students would happily celebrate having one paper accepted at a national conference; they would view such an achievement as the pinnacle of academic success. Imagine then, an undergraduate who has presented at three conferences. Senior communications student Braden East did just that this academic year. Most recently, East attended the Central … Continue reading Student COMS scholar presents at three conferences