- Seniors and non-returners can fill out a form to get their housing deposit back in Student Development or from their RA during checkout. 2 weeks ago
- The campus and community are gathered in Sawyer to recognize and celebrate the women's basketball team… instagram.com/p/Yv9dDjx0hr/ 3 weeks ago
- SNU volleyball has spring scrimmages at 3 and 6...come on over to Sawyer to show some support! instagram.com/p/YlIqZnx0si/ 3 weeks ago
- SNU symphonic band is showcasing all their hard work in Herrick right now! instagram.com/p/YjGi_ax0hk/ 3 weeks ago
- Amanda Six and five others will intern at faith-based clinics this summer. Learn about foundation behind it. wp.me/p2FCRe-Jz 3 weeks ago
Macy Sliman, Staff Writer
Facebook. This social networking website has become such a norm in society that it has become almost ridiculous.
The Freedom of Speech act is put to great use on this site of creepy “friending,” hourly status updates, and drama reports. The variety of Facebookers is as wide and long as the Nile. Like personality types, Facebookers can be divided into a few main groups. Continue reading
Kira Roberts, Layout Editor
Along with the rest of school activities, baseball and softball seasons have come to an end with the close of the semester. Baseball finished out their season last Saturday with a record of 20-25 and softball ended at 19-33. Continue reading
Jim Wilcox, Guest Writer
All 987 of us, give or take a couple-dozen who have already left campus for counseling jobs at a number of junior high and senior high camps in the Alps and other idyllic settings, are glad that the semester has come to a mind-grinding halt.
For one special friend, her entire career has come to that same halt. God bless me.
So it is time again to share with you a few of my favorite bloopers from freshman essays. I have a good 1,000 of these and my hope is that my special retired friend will put them together, get them published and give me all the credit (and royalties).
Grace Williams, Guest Writer
19% of college students have experienced, attempted, or completed sexual assault since entering college, most often perpetrated by someone they know and trusted according to the CDC.
The Oklahoma Crime Victims Compensation Act states that “Sexual assault” means rape, or rape by instrumentation or forcible sodomy. SNU’s handbook reflects this definition of sexual assault. In the past three years, no one has been found in violation of the crime of sexual assault on our campus as communicated in the crime report. SNU’S crime report, which will be updated in June with statistics from 2012, shows that our campus is a safe place to be.
However, a few students have brought complaints of sexual harassment to residence life staff and student development in recent years. Continue reading
Academic Grants Office
Southern Nazarene University (SNU) and Oklahoma State University (OSU) are collaborating to investigate the possibility of using sunlight as a way of enriching the energy content of biofuel.
The groundbreaking research, conducted by Dr. Lisa Crow of SNU, and Dr. Jimmie Weaver of OSU, will take place this summer at OSU’s Chemistry Department in Stillwater. Funding for this project was obtained through an Oklahoma EPSCoR ROA grant with the National Science Foundation. Continue reading
Garvis Long, Staff Writer and
Kira Roberts, Layout Editor
Two well-respected professors are retiring from Southern Nazarene University and moving on to other ventures in their life. Howard Culbertson and Dorothy Stasser are excited about their life after teaching and are enjoying their final days as employees of the school they have helped build into a great learning institution. Continue reading
Jake O’Bannon, Staff Writer
I will be the first to admit that I get pretty sentimental about things. I often tend to be the one saying, “Guys, this is the last time we will…” or, “Let’s remember this moment!” It’s just who I am, sue me. Continue reading
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