For the first time in 23 years, former Southern Nazarene University football head coach Mike Cochran has not and will not spend his late summer and fall on a turf field with college students. Instead, he is now part of the Christian Brothers Automotive franchise, owning a store in Oklahoma City. “I first heard about Christian Brothers Automotive back in ... Read More »
For the first time in 23 years, former Southern Nazarene University football head coach Mike Cochran...
I’m not going to be that guy who pretends to not love “Call Me Maybe.” Sure, I can say t...
Last semester Spiritual Development led you down the narrow road. This semester as chapel kicks off ...
Looking around any college campus, there is no doubt that technology has fundamentally changed the w...
When you move to a new city, there are certain things the residents like to keep you in the dark abo...
I’m not going to be that guy who pretends to not love “Call Me Maybe.” Sure, I can say that pop music is a marketing-driven industry that aims to crank out uninspired and derivative singles to exploit impressionable teenagers, but at the end of the day I’ll still be singing Carly Rae Jepsen’s smash hit song in my car. With ... Read More »
Last semester Spiritual Development led you down the narrow road. This semester as chapel kicks off on Thursday, August 27th, you are invited to come to the table. Blair Spindle, University Pastor and Dean of the Chapel was inspired by Leonard Sweet’s book From Tablet to Table: Where Community Is Found and Identity Is Formed as well as his mission ... Read More »
Looking around any college campus, there is no doubt that technology has fundamentally changed the way we learn. From researching through online catalogs to turning in papers online, computers are helping us learn faster, interact more efficiently and conserve resources. While the primary device of a college student is often thought of as a laptop, the cell phone can also ... Read More »
While the Commons Office has gotten a physical facelift along with SNU Dining, the 405 (the space downstairs formerly known as Pop’s) and the library in the past year, the changes go deeper than that. “We have had physical renovations, including adding some cabinets, a built-in desk and sprucing up our office decor,” said Cheri Pack, Director of the Webster ... Read More »
When you move to a new city, there are certain things the residents like to keep you in the dark about. It almost becomes a rite of passage to discover the truth about these items on your own. The following six items will give you a heads up if you are new to Oklahoma. You don’t have to settle for ... Read More »
Southern Nazarene University’s Oklahoma Intercollegiate Legislature (O.I.L.) delegation had a successful session at the Oklahoma State Capitol on April 22-26. The SNU delegation for this semester consisted of Hannah East, O.I.L. Chair, Rachel Schuster and Alex Harms in the Senate, Marshall Jones in the House of Representatives, and Grace Williams in Moot Court. Brad Crofford, graduate student at OU and ... Read More »
The movie Birdman centers around a sordid actor trying to reclaim what little of his career he has left. Riggan Thomson (played by Michael Keaton) is desperately trying to cling onto his waning fame in an ever-changing society that he refuses to be a part of. He also wishes to stay as blissfully ignorant to the world of technology that ... Read More »
We are pleased to announce that there are students who are making progress towards our own SNU improv comedy team. Current sophomores Mady Martin, Savannah Kelley and another mysterious unnamed student are coming together to bring forth a team of the funniest Snulians. Improv comedy is comedy in its rawest form. Coming straight from the mouth without much pre-thought, this ... Read More »
Not too far from SNU, in the backyard of a nondescript house, a new kind of ministry is forming. It’s called The Ring, and it’s centered around, of all things, sword fighting. While the swords are made of plastic, the sport proves to be a fast-paced and energetic activity. The group was founded by freshman Trevor Luinstra, who wanted to ... Read More »
Is a marching band right for Southern Nazarene University? Administration thinks so. I talked with Dr. Melany Kyzer and Dr. Cantwell to get the details. In 2010 the Southern Nazarene University cabinet approved the pursuit of a marching band. For those of you like me who come from a history of marching band, this may make the transition into college ... Read More »
Enroll for the fall semester of the Echo now. The class will meet on Mondays at 5 in Herrick 228. Read More »