Feature Friday: Catherine Etter


Where are you from?  Originally McAllen, Texas, then Round Rock, Texas What is your major? Vocal Performance What are your hobbies/interests?  I really love music! It consumes almost my whole life! But in my spare time I do like to dance, cook, and make crafts! What are three words that describe you? Driven, responsible, loud What is a talent that you possess? ... Read More »

How to Survive in a Horror Movie

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How many horror movies have you seen where the characters decide to do something rash or just plain crazy, only to later regret it terribly? Let us learn from their mistakes so that if it happens to us, we will be ready. How to avoid being trapped in a horror movie: Do not move into a house that is “rumored” ... Read More »

ROC Small Group


Over the past several weeks, small posters have been popping up all over campus, advertising a weekly small group, lead by Reaching Our City Church. Sophomore Tyler Thornton said, “I’ve never been to the group, but I’ve seen the posters. It seems cool.” Junior Austin Jenkins was able to discuss with us why the group exists, what meetings look like ... Read More »

Spring 2015 Windows Course Selection

Francis Cintron, Mo Shaikh, Jessie Johnston, Grace Williams, and Bre Harris in Psychology of the Walking Dead, a windows course for Fall 2014. Photo provided by Grace Williams.

Students at SNU are required to take a certain number of General Education courses. Some of these are called Windows courses. For students wondering what classes they’re going to take next semester, those trying to complete their general education credits, or those confused by all of these “windows” requirements, here is a breakdown of all the Windows courses being offered ... Read More »

Food Challenge: Meatless Meals

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During the spring semester of last year, I watched a movie that influenced me to change my dietary habits. The movie I watched was Earthlings, a documentary in which the cruelty of humans toward animals was exposed, from the food market to the streets. After this viewing, I decided I needed to do something to impact the demand for meat, ... Read More »

Gas Prices

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Cheap is a relative term when it comes to college students. Among the things that can be cheap and expensive, gas prices play a part in their everyday lives. There are three gas stations that are the cheapest as well as closest to the campus. The cheapest gas station closest to campus is OnCue Express with a regular gas price of ... Read More »

Feature Friday: Jonathan Mason

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Get to know Jonathan Mason. He is in concert choir, but have also jumped in with helping during Chapel Worship Services on guitar, and leading that as well. I am a Music Ministry Intern and have previously been interning at Mustang First Church of the Nazarene, but plan on interning at Bethany First Church this upcoming year. So I have ... Read More »

Feature Friday: Khalid Alshammari


Where are you from? Kuwait What is your major? Nursing What are your hobbies/interests? Soccer, swimming, and browse social sites What are three words that describe you?  Simple,modest and hopeful What is a talent that you possess? Cooking What is your biggest fear?  My future   What is the biggest misconception about your home country? Uncivilized What is your favorite thing about ... Read More »

Feature Friday: Jin Lee


Where are you from? I’m from South Korea What is your major? I’m studying in MBA in Health Care What are your hobbies/interests? My hobbies are reading, travelling, playing soccer and tennis What are three words that describe you? Active, Adventure, Athletic What is a talent that you possess? Serving Others( I have volunteered Malawi in Africa, Laos, India, Mexico. I ... Read More »

14 Places YOU could be going to this summer!


Do you love to travel? Do you love to try new things and explore different cultures? Do you have a desire to serve others? Do you have a passion for Jesus Christ? This year, students at Southern Nazarene University are going to be given plenty of opportunities to visit other countries, explore new cultures and deliver the message of Jesus ... Read More »

‘Twas the Night Before Midterms: A Horror Story

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Few things will strike more fear into the hearts of college students than hearing the word “midterms.” (Okay, finals, too.) I’ll give you all a second to shudder. These “mini-finals” range from routine quizzes to comprehensive exams. A lucky few have none at all. These tests can drain us dry and make the subsequent fall break that much closer yet ... Read More »

Have a Happy Halloween In Oklahoma City

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Let’s be honest, Halloween is for everyone. Why should kids be the only ones to dress up as their favorite characters, pay money to be scared at haunted houses and get free candy? To ignite that childlike spirit in all of us, here’s a list of the best Halloween events happening around Oklahoma City. SNU Equestrian Team’s Haunted Barn One ... Read More »