Professors discuss voting, politics from a Christian perspective

By Jacob Factor, News Editor Politics has saturated much of today’s mainstream social media and news outlets. It’s almost impossible to have no opinion on current issues, policies or lawmakers, but how does a Christian decide on these things? Five OBU faculty gathered in Upper GC last Tuesday for a “Let’s Talk” discussion about this … Continue reading Professors discuss voting, politics from a Christian perspective

General election voting excludes homeless

By Jonathan Soder, Features Editor It’s no secret that downtown Shawnee is a district fraught with contradictions. It’s a place for many students, of aesthetic and spiritual beauty. Every other Thursday night, students congregate together in the Ritz Theatre for an hour-long worship service. The amalgamated concrete-brick walls are also popular backdrops for impromptu photoshoots. … Continue reading General election voting excludes homeless

Let’s Talk: politics, voting, faith, A series of conversations on hard topics

By Jonathon Soder, Faith Co-Editor Last week OBU students had the opportunity to participate in the seminal event of the democratic process – voting. While this election included no voter riots or protests outside Raley Chapel, countless national elections in years past have resulted in lessthan-cordial discussions nation-wide. In today’s society, where voters have instant and … Continue reading Let’s Talk: politics, voting, faith, A series of conversations on hard topics