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While the ring-by-spring culture here at OBU may be fun and endearing, under the surface it can cause plenty of strife for the average single. This is hard to avoid since everything from TV to school to the church says that we all should be married. Anything other than marriage, although not stated explicitly, is... Continue Reading →

Mutual Friends and Growing Pains

Throughout college there are multiple times that you may experience growing pains. And there is almost always a song or a music album to go along with those feelings. BOY's Mutual Friends is one of these albums for me. I remember when I first came to college. I was away from home for the first... Continue Reading →

Students open up about having faith, being single: ‘Your love story is not your life story’

This post was originally published in the Bison on November 8, 2017. Whether one is single or in a relationship, spiritual fellowship is vital.   Senior physics major Luke Jarboe said being single can offer a wonderful opportunity for being Christ-centered.   “There’s a special brotherhood that Christ calls us to when we’re single, as men, and that Christ calls women to as... Continue Reading →

Ring by spring culture in college

This post was originally published in the Bison on October 11, 2017.   At OBU there is a definitive ring-by-spring culture. While this culture may be fun and endearing, under the surface it can cause plenty of strife for the average, single student. Because of the nature of college, there are plenty of married couples (or couples in general).... Continue Reading →

Remaining single quickly becoming new trend

  This post was originally published in the Bison on September 27, 2017. In our society there can be a pressure, whether real or perceived, to be in a romantic relationship and get married as a young person.   While marriage and family are very important (where would we be without our parents?), the goal as Christians is not to get married but... Continue Reading →

Campus residents focus on discipleship

This post was originally published in the Bison on September 13, 2017. Even on a Christian campus, it can be hard to plug into discipleship. That is why Howard House, located across from Raley Chapel, is not only a residential dorm, but also a place that emphasizes discipleship. Dayla Rowland, resident director of Kerr Memorial Dormitory, Howard Residence Center and Apartments, and East Devereaux Apartments said Howard House was established specifically to promote discipleship: "Howard House was established... Continue Reading →

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