OKWU alum, Elizabeth Stowell, reflects on her time interning at the Walt Disney Company and how OKWU impacted her journey to becoming a Disney employee.
“We expect our legislature and our governor to honor the dignity of the female and protect the life of the vulnerable. Integrity, honesty and reality demands they do nothing less.”
Now that the Supreme Court has urged the government to work with the plaintiffs to find a solution, pray that the administration and its lawyers listen and hear this message loud and clear.
How should Christian colleges—specifically, those aligned with the Wesleyan tradition—respond to the government’s new Title IX mandates?
This week’s Talking Points is the text of Dr. Piper’s speech prepared for presentation at the World Congress for Families in Tbilisi, Georgia.
With new national recognitions, the addition of an executive-in-residence, and a prestigious corporate award, it has been an exciting few months for the School of Business.
In this Talking Points, Dr. Piper discusses philanthropist Lynette Gay and what M. Scott Peck called “the diabolical human mind”.
The Oklahoma Wesleyan family was saddened to learn of Dr. Dick Daake’s passing this week.
The School of Ministry and Christian Thought now offers a 50% tuition guarantee for eligible students in SMCT majors.
The DOE’s overreach in these [Title IX] matters is about as unconstitutional and anti-liberal as you can get, says Dr. Piper.