“When you rush a club, you are looking for people with the same ideals as you,” Slagell said. “I think that plays into the idea of fellowship a little bit. You are looking for, in my case, a group of girls who are Christian and willing to talk about their faith and share experiences. I think it is important for Christians to be a part of groups like that.”
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“T.W. has clearly shown a kind of demonstrated excellence in the fields of political science, economics and business, as well as general communication and leadership,” Milner said. “What he is talking about is how he succeeded in each one of those fields, rather than the specific policy that would interest someone like me—it is more of the skillset by which you go into your field and you succeed there, just in terms of interpersonal communication and leadership skills.”
While only around 1 percent of people on the bone marrow registry end up being a match, an Oklahoma Christian University alumnus found himself within that small margin in January when he received a call to be a potential donor. On March 21, Joshua Bilello donated bone marrow to a complete stranger, in an effort to help save a man’s life.
“Sometimes, we expect these students to know American culture and often they do not,” Hartman said. “Their parents are often American, but the students grew up in countries other than America and are not completely familiar with many things about American culture—although they look and sound American. We expect them to know things they do not, so this group helps with that challenge.”
Students can vote for next year's SGA executives in the student center tomorrow and Thursday.
“My image of Christianity has always been based on the conservative Oklahoman Christianity,” Clements said. “It’s just an important reminder that we do have these brothers and sisters in Christ throughout the world. They have their own culture, but they’re doing the same thing and sharing Jesus’ love with others.”
“It has been challenging to determine which college I should be going to after I graduate in the future,” Hagood said. “Since I have family at OC, I thought attending Spring Visit would be a good experience. I am excited to look around the campus again, seeing what all OC has to offer and to meet some other people my age who might someday be my classmates.”
“All of us should lead and live as if our legacy depends upon it, because it does,” Grande said. “Ronald Reagan isn’t remembered all of these years later because he’s gone. He’s remembered for how he lived. His legacy was written every day he came through the office and every time he stepped into the world.”