As the university president who wrote the viral “This is Not a Day Care” op-ed, I have been called by the media in recent days with essentially this question: “Dr. Piper, okay – your “Not a Day Care” piece identified the problem, but what’s the solution?”
OKWU is excited to welcome our biggest freshman class in history to campus!
“Oklahoma Wesleyan is committed to protecting our students and their legal rights and this mandate is an infringement upon those rights and on the privacy of mainly the young women with whom we have been entrusted.”
Join us Oct. 28-29 for the induction of the 2009 Eagles Men’s Basketball team into the OKWU Sports Hall of Fame during Homecoming and Family Weekend!
Oklahoma Wesleyan University is honored to engage in a new partnership with Tony Perkins and the Family Research Council (FRC) in Washington, D.C. FRC “seeks to advance faith, family, and freedom in public policy and the culture from a Christian … Continued
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.