As the spring semester comes to an end and the Talon completes another year of publication for Oklahoma Christian University, the paper recently announced its…
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“It is something tangible they can see – encourage them to give back to God, and this organization and Oklahoma Christian in general,” Lind said. “Whichever club has the largest monetary amount given by alumni during Homeward Pride gets money. If you get at least 50 new grad givers, every club gets $500.”
New Courses offered will include German I from 11:40 a.m. to 12:55 p.m. on Tuesdays and Thursdays, Intermediate French I from 2:40 to 3:55 p.m. on Tuesdays and Thursdays and Spanish for Medical Interpreters, which will be an online summer course.
“Two years used to sound like just the scariest, longest amount of time to me,” Roseke said. “But when I come back, I am just going to be 24, so I am beginning to see two years as just this adventure."
“[Soundings] lets them express these issues, whether that is just an artistic vision or a deeper emotional or psychological feeling that they feel strongly about to the community to as a whole,” McGuire said.
“This is a Christian college campus, and ultimately, we believe Christians should be concerned with God’s justice,” Harrison said. “This is a justice issue. Sometimes we can be so wrapped up in what we want that we are not thinking about how there’s a cost to our consumerism. And there’s an unjust behavior that sometimes supports what we demand in our consumerism.”
“There were really three things that Amy said to us before she passed,” Luke said. ““One, you are not allowed to be mad at God that I am sick, or if I die. He did not cause this. You cannot blame God. Two, I just want this to glorify Him. If I can bless someone or if someone comes to know him from me, then it is worth it,’—and she lived it out. And the third was she didn’t say goodbye. She said, ‘see you soon,’ so we say, ‘See you soon.’”