Local family goes to war against boredom

By Jacob Factor, News Editor For years, downtown Shawnee looked like a ghost town. No cars. No patrons. And blocks full of empty buildings. If anyone wanted to have a fun evening, they had to go all the way to Oklahoma City for entertainment. Shawnee couple Beau and Misty Dorrough were one of the many … Continue reading Local family goes to war against boredom

Capstone project becomes community outreach

By Jonathan Soder, Features Editor Sometimes, in fact most of the time, classes stay on campus. Classrooms are on campus, professors have offices on campus and students do homework, though not exclusively, on campus. Naturally, campus is the epicenter for class life, but what about classes that are specifically focused on going out instead of … Continue reading Capstone project becomes community outreach

Mabee-Gerrer to host annual Arts Trek

By Kendra Johnson, Arts Editor  (Courtesy photos/The Bison) Despite the recent closure of St. Gregory’s University, Mabee-Gerrer Museum of Art, located on the St. Gregory’s campus is alive and thriving even though it’s nearly 100 years old. Although located on the St. Gregory’s campus, the Museum operates separately and has remained open despite the college’s … Continue reading Mabee-Gerrer to host annual Arts Trek

Colonne: Laissons-nous dirige par les universe du Maestro de l’univers

The tour of the choir was a success, but it was thanks to an agreement between us, the students, and the maestro: He told us what to do and we only obey. So must be our relationship with God, always and every day. In Proverbs 16:20 it is written, "He who is attentive to instruction will find happiness. Blessed is he who trusts in Jehovah." Let us learn to be attentive to the greatest maestro who is our God, the maestro of the whole universe.