Basketball and Beach Balls

Posted by Paula Paine on January 1, 2014 in Athletics, "Current Students", "Other News", "The College", "Your OU"

The Lady Braves traveled to Puerto Rico over the Christmas break, December 16-21, to play two games, one versus American University of Puerto Rico and another against University of Puerto Rico-Bayamon. Ottawa University won both match-ups. Off the basketball court, the girls spent a large amount...

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MLK, Jr. Day to Feature Speaker, Service

Posted by Paula Paine on January 1, 2014 in Communiversity, "Current Students", Events, "The College", "Your OU"

On Monday, January 20, Ottawa University students take a day off from classes to have a "day on" of service in honor of Martin Luther King, Jr. Day. Students will first meet in the Fredrikson Chapel at 9:00 a.m. to be inspired for their service by Civil Rights Movement participant Katie...

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Student Affairs Earns $$ for Local Shelter

Posted by Paula Paine on January 1, 2014 in Community, "Current Students", "The College", "Your OU"

Ottawa University's Office of Student Affairs recently entered the 2013 Super Service Challenge sponsored by Companies with a Mission. The challenge gives away $1M annually to service or non-profit organizations across the country. New Orleans Saints quarterback Drew Brees is a spokesman for...

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Math, Music and Ministry

Posted by Paula Paine on February 2, 2014 in "Academic Programs", Community, "Current Students", "School of Education", "The College", "Your OU"

No one could accuse Senior Kirsten Hansen (left) of getting stuck in a rut. In fact, she thrives on being involved in multiple and very different activities. At Smoky Valley High School in Lindsborg, Kansas, she participated in three sports, six music related groups and three clubs. Within the...

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Life of Illusion

Posted by Paula Paine on February 2, 2014 in Alumni, "News and Notes", "School of Arts and Sciences", "The College", "Your OU"

Teesha and David Laflin stand side by side on the stage. David holds up a metal hoop and explains that it represents negative circumstances that surround people in their everyday lives. He then places the hoop around Teesha and anchors it to a pillar next to her. He goes on to discuss specific...

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Campus Love

Posted by Paula Paine on February 2, 2014 in Faculty/Staff, "Kansas City", "The College", Uncategorized, "Your OU"

The Menningers By Kristen Howell, Campus Editor in Chief; Photo by Lindsay Dahl Click here to read the story on the Campus website. Theirs is a story that serves as a reminder that a lifelong love can be born at even the most ordinary and unexpected moments. Gaynia’s grandmother had a...

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