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27 Sep 2017

Rams to take on nationally ranked Langston University

The Rams’ season so far has not been easy, and it’s just about to get tougher. The team is 0-4 and this Saturday faces a very tough opponent in the Langston University Lions, who last week beat Bacone College 36-6; the win kept the Lions perfect for the season at

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26 Sep 2017

Dorman honored at Texas Wesleyan

Paul Dorman says going into the pharmaceutical business is all about giving back. “You have to want to love what you do because it’s about helping people,” Dorman, CEO and chairman of DFB Pharmaceuticals, told an audience at Martin Hall earlier this month. “It’s helping people with their quality of

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25 Sep 2017

DREAMers confronting deportation

On Sept. 5, President Donald Trump and Attorney General Jeff Sessions made it clear to the young undocumented immigrants brought to this country that the administration will no longer protect them from deportation. Trump’s administration formally announced the end of the Obama administration’s policy known as the Deferred Action for

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25 Sep 2017

The School of Health Professions is right on track

The School of Health Professions is in its second year, and going just as Dean Heidi Taylor and Program Director Deborah Flournoy hoped it would. The school was formed in response to a growing need for nurse practitioners in the industry, Senior Vice President Allen Henderson said. With the aging

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25 Sep 2017

Americans impacted by DACA’s end

When U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions announced earlier this month that the DACA (Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals) program will be rescinded, 800,000 dreamers had to question the fate of their lives in America. Among those 800,000 is my best friend. When I learned the program was going away, my

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24 Sep 2017

Rams fall to SAGU 42-7 in first conference game

The Rams fell 42-7 to Southwestern Assemblies of God University at Farrington Field on Saturday. The game was the team’s first against a Central States Football League opponent and afterwards head coach Joe Prud’homme said part of the reason for the loss was a lack of intensity through all four

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22 Sep 2017

Charity drives aids nearby elementary school

As part of the School of Health Professions’ ongoing community service, they are assisting a local elementary school. Over the summer Dr. Terri Kane, Dr. Linda Metcalf and Angela Rainey organized a supply drive for West Handley Elementary School, and began providing not only school supplies, but also backpacks, clothing,

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