Okay, so this is where we ended last time. Quick recap: Not a stroke! Not cancer! Just a lot of unnecessary sleep deprivation. A LOT. Let me tell you a little bit about hospital beds…they are not meant to sleep on. They are simply plastic bags filled with ghouls and goblins that jump around all night long. The theory is, ... Read More »
Okay, so this is where we ended last time. Quick recap: Not a stroke! Not cancer! Just a lot of unne...
On March 11, 2015, the Omicron Phi chapter of Beta Beta Beta, inducted twenty regular members and fi...
Whether you’re an aspiring Mapplethorpe or a filmmaker in the vein of John Waters, the Flicks Film a...
The American Advertising Awards, more commonly known as the Addys, takes entries from Graphic Design...
Southern Nazarene University has been privileged enough to have amazing faculty and staff. Each pers...
On March 11, 2015, the Omicron Phi chapter of Beta Beta Beta, inducted twenty regular members and five associate members into the nationally recognized biological honor society. In a ceremony that was held in the Marchant Center, new inductees pledged to uphold the three main objectives of Tri-Beta. These objectives are to promote scholarship of the biological sciences, to promote ... Read More »
Whether you’re an aspiring Mapplethorpe or a filmmaker in the vein of John Waters, the Flicks Film and Art Festival wants to showcase your creativity. The festival, which will be held in Broadhurst, Saturday, March 28 at 7 p.m., will feature the art and film creations of SNU students. If you want to participate in the festival, here are the ... Read More »
The American Advertising Awards, more commonly known as the Addys, takes entries from Graphic Design majors and professionals every year and evaluates them based on the certain qualities and standards of the graphic design industry today. On the evening of February 28, 2015, 124 of the 238 student entries were awarded with a Gold, Silver or Bronze medal at a ... Read More »
Southern Nazarene University has been privileged enough to have amazing faculty and staff. Each person has a vital role to play in the lives of the students at this university. The Echo has decided to highlight an African American who has been a light to our community, as well as an individual who has graced us with his presence on ... Read More »
Name: Eric Kabeya Gender: Male Date of Birth: March 11, 1990 Born: Kinshasa, Congo Lives: Fort Worth, Texas Age: 24 Height: 6”2 Weight: 250 Position: Outside Linebacker/D-End Quote: Phil 4:13 “I can do all things through Christ through strengthens me.” Coach: Coach Cochran “Nothing is hard, things are challenging, but nothing is impossible to God.” These very words came out ... Read More »
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This is it, finally, the definitive answer to the question to one of the greatest of debates in recent history. The debate is, “Which one do you prefer: Taco Bell or Taco Bueno?” For years and years there has been debate from both sides of the faux Mexican/TexMex-ish fast food restaurants that we have grown to love. For this experiment, ... Read More »
SNU School of Music is pleased to present A Night of Rodgers and Hammerstein. This show is a musical review of Rodgers and Hammerstein’s best music. This review will be held tonight in Cantrell auditorium at 7:30 p.m. There are 23 music students and 3 faculty members involved in the overall production of the show. Our very own Andrea Hanson ... Read More »
On Tuesday, February 17th at 11:45 am, several Civil War reenactors set up a traditional Union campsite in “The Pit” of the Don Beaver science building. They answered questions students had and sparked many conversations about the life of soldiers during the Civil War. Dr. Heather Clemmer organized the event for her Civil War and Gilded Age class, but others ... Read More »
Elections for the executive positions for Student Government Association will be chosen by you through an online vote that will happen on Thursday (March 12th) after the candidates speak in chapel. You will have a chance to talk to all the candidates at the candidate fair in the commons from 11 a.m. – 2 p.m. on Wednesday (March 11th). Make ... Read More »
N.E.W. Leadership is a five day-intensive, non partisan institute sponsored by the Carl Albert Center’s Women’s Leadership Initiative. N.E.W. Leadership emphasizes women’s leadership and civic engagement as the premiere residential program providing undergraduate college women with the knowledge and skills to become effective leaders in public service and elective office. Participants will engage in group and panel discussions, campaign simulations, ... Read More »
Feeling blue, bitter, or just downright bored? Unsure what to do with your free time? Why not play a board game? For centuries now board games have not only helped to stave off the mundane times in life, but also brought families and friends together. Whether simple or complex, popular or cult classics, you just can’t beat a board game. ... Read More »
Have you ever wished SNU had to-go breakfasts? As somebody who does not consider herself much of a morning person, I know the struggle of waking up in time to get ready and arrive at class or work with an adequate breakfast in hand or in my stomach. For several SNU students, the feelings are mutual. “One does not simply ... Read More »