Video: Echo staff reviews Fair foods.

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Echo Business manager Marshall Jones and I went to the Oklahoma state fair to try out the weird and wonderful culinary delights that only the fair can offer just right. In this “ECHO staff reviews”, Marshall takes on the Cheesy bacon bombs, a deep fried snickers, the unique Fair lemonade, and the ever so crucial turkey leg. Interestingly enough while ... Read More »

Volunteer Opportunities For Students

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Would you change the world if you could? You can move tiny sand grains every day from one side to the other, which would make a bigger difference than doing nothing. We can change any place we want with the power of giving just a bit of time and work. Hebrews 13:16 “And don’t forget to do good and to ... Read More »

Honors Program Donates School Supplies

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School is starting up and so is homework. Students need supplies in order to complete assignments and to be the best that they can be. On August 17th, right before school started, students from the honors program donated school supplies to Council Grove Elementary. They received 1,000 dollars in supplies and several cash donations. For 5 years running, Dr. Broyles ... Read More »

Wet Bandits: Kill or Be Killed

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Wet bandits is one of the most widely participated events on campus. While some events cater to sports minded people, and some to party-goers, wet bandits allows introverts and extroverts, alike, to show their sneaky side. Rules were released in an email by the SGA Execs of the senior class. The basics of the game is that you get out ... Read More »

In Review – Hillsong: Let Hope Rise

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“My heart beating my soul breathing I found my life when I laid it down.” Do you recognize these lyrics? The debut of Hillsong’s new movie, “Let Hope Rise” is now in theaters. The documentary, concert film provides the behind the scene experience of the popular worship band. It features the members’ lives outside of Hillsong, their serving relationships in ... Read More »

The New Go Week

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The wait is over. The new “Go week” has been revealed! Last week in chapel, Joel Mullen brought excitement to students. He shared the stage with Eileen Ruger, Liliana Reza and a few students who shared their experience from studying abroad, Commissions to Mexico (Com2Mex), and Southern Nazarene in Missions (SIMS). Studying abroad offers students to take courses and do ... Read More »

President Gresham Announces Retirement

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On September 14th, Dr. Loren Gresham announced that he will retire on July 31, 2017. By then, he will have completed his 28th year leading the university as president, preceded by 22 years in other administrative, teaching, and coaching roles. In a statement released via email, Dr. Gresham said, “Linda and I are grateful for the privilege to have served ... Read More »

Ways to Edit your Paper

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We are a couple of weeks into school and by now, you understand what college is like.  You understand how much reading is required for each class, to look at moodle on a weekly basis, check your school email, and to enjoy every minute of college. However, a couple of weeks into school also means professors now feel comfortable enough ... Read More »

Compassion Week Comes to SNU

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September 15th marks the start of Compassion Week here at SNU. This series of events is meant to get students to start thinking about compassion for others, not just in the mission field, but here at home as well. This year, for Compassion Week, there is a focus on the need for clothing. This will be implemented in the events ... Read More »

How to Choose a Career (Or Not)

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Choosing a major can be one of the most strenuous choices you will have to make in your college career. What if you choose wrong and regret it? What if you can’t get a job in your field? What if you end up hating it? SNU is a great place but finding your niche is important. Being in a department ... Read More »

Local Movie Theaters to Visit

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I love to watch movies! It’s one of the many things that I enjoy and soothes me when I am stressed out. However, I have favorite movie theatres I like to go for certain reasons. Below are three of the closest theaters that can serve different purposes for your movie experience.   B&B Windsor Theater This theater is probably the ... Read More »

Local Businesses That Offer Student Discounts

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As a brand new college student, I’m still learning the do’s and don’ts of money managing. Luckily, I’ve found that there are a lot of great local businesses that offer student discounts, even if you don’t own a Crimson Card. All you have to do is show them your student ID. Here are some great places to try out: -Chipotle ... Read More »

In Review: Don’t Breathe

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For the past week, the new movie, “Don’t Breathe”, has filled the SNU campus with mixed emotions as it made its appearance in the theaters. In the category of horror/thriller, the new movie takes place in the city of Detroit. With the desire to better their life, three burglars; Rocky (Jane Levy), Alex (Dylan Minnette), and Money (Daniel Zovatto), decide ... Read More »