Originally posted at The Washington Times In C.S. Lewis‘ “The Lion, The Witch and the Wardrobe,” Susan, upon hearing of the great lion from across the Eastern Sea, asks whether Aslan is “safe.” Mr. Beaver responds: “Who said anything about … Continued
Originally posted at The Washington Times Facebook Post of the Week: Piper: It’s not about gay or straight, it’s about the definition of what it means to be human. Even Gore Vidal said, “there is no more such a thing … Continued
Originally posted at The Washington Times The Oklahoma Council for Public Affairs reports that a collective bargaining group representing public schools in Bartlesville, Oklahoma, is calling for a boycott of student teachers from the local Christian university. The reason for … Continued
Originally posted at The Washington Times This past week I was invited to speak in our nation’s capital at the Department of Health and Human Services’ ceremony announcing its new Division of Conscience and Religious Freedom. Here is what I … Continued
Originally posted at The Washington Times As the president of one of the dozens of universities in the United States that carry the “Wesleyan” name I have often been asked: “What’s a Wesleyan?” Likewise, hardly a day goes by where … Continued
November 21, 2016 – Bartlesville, OK The music department of Oklahoma Wesleyan is excited to invite the Bartlesville community to their annual Christmas Concert, held Thursday, December 1st, at 7pm. The program will feature the University’s acappella group, Relentless, as … Continued
“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.”
A group of 35 OKWU staff and students participated in a rally with hundreds of brothers and sisters in Christ while the court heard the oral arguments of Zubik v. Burwell.
“Remember that he who defines the terms wins the debate and he who defines the words, wins the culture.”
The 2016 JMI Conference was a success, challenging all those who attended to answer the question: “Who Does Your Thinking For You?”
Oklahoma Wesleyan and the Bartlesville Community are saddened by the loss of former BWC president, John Snook.
The Oklahoma Wesleyan Lady Eagles are headed into the 24th Annual NAIA Division II Women’s Basketball Championship with a season record of 9-3 and as the 5th seeded team of the tournament. The Eagles received an at-large bid to the tournament … Continued
Oklahoma Wesleyan University alumni continue to stand out as leaders within their communities and professional workplaces. Rachel Hammon, a 2008 OKWU graduate was recently named Teacher of the Year for Creekwood Elementary School in Broken Arrow, OK. Graduating summa cum … Continued
Oklahoma Wesleyan University is the sixth best college in the West, according to rankings to be published in the 2015 U.S. Best Colleges Guide. For the twelfth year in a row, OKWU has found itself among other tier one, top colleges. … Continued
With Oklahoma Wesleyan University’s growing expansion into online learning, an experienced team member has been added to their award winning staff. Effective immediately, Dr. Bryan Easley will fill the Dean of Online Learning position. Dr. Easley attended Asbury College where he … Continued