The Yahnseh

The Yahnseh Student Yearbook of Oklahoma Baptist University in Shawnee, Oklahoma.

The Yahnseh (which means Bison) is the annual yearbook which is distributed to students, faculty, staff, and recent graduates every fall. This is a publication that is completed entirely by students. . .all stories, photos, and design work is the product of the Yahnseh staff (although Bill Pope, OBU's amazing PR photographer usually helps us immensely each year). We even do our own student portraits!

Mission: The yearbook is intended to preserve the spirit of OBU, as seen through the eyes of her students. Each staff strives to maintain the integrity of the university while creating their own personal contribution. In recent years, the yearbook has gotten smaller so that we could use all color in every design and photo, so we strive to make each page count. This year, our mission is to involve more students in the process and to get as many students in the book as possible!! Hopefully, this year we will be able to supplement our portraits with student ID photos. . .which means EVERY student will be in the Yahnseh!


OBU Students, come get your yearbook photo taken today, tomorrow, and Friday in the lower GC (by the ping-pong tables) from 10-4. There is no sitting fee, and this is THE LAST chance to have your yearbook portrait taken!


Welcome back, OBU students! If you have any cool photos from your Spring Break, please email them to [email protected] along with a small caption about where you went and what you did so you can be featured in the next yearbook.


Yearbook Photos for the 2016 Yahnseh will be Dec. 2 through Dec. 4 from 10 A.M. to 4 P.M. in the Lower Geiger Center (by the Ping Pong tables).


500 W University St, # 61308
Shawnee, OK


(405) 585-4354


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While cleaning a house for sale, found 30 or more Yahnseh yearbooks, starting, I believe, in the late 60's. It seems a shame to just toss them. Any ideas for a new home? Free, but where one goes, they all go.