Emma Wright

Emma Wright, Staff Writer, is currently a Sophomore English Major all the way from Bethany, OK. She enjoys admiring quality writing found in pop culture such as Ke$ha lyrics, Christopher Nolan’s screenplays and Game of Thrones, as well as sharing these passions with friends. Her hopes and dreams are to continue her education by going to graduate school and becoming a journalist for Paste Magazine.

Articles by Emma

The Last Fling Before Finals: Finals Fling

The Last Fling Before Finals: Finals Fling

On Friday, May 4th at 5pm, Southern Nazarene University (SNU) will participate in one last…

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A Review of: A Quiet Place

A Review of: A Quiet Place

John Krasinski’s directorial debut, A Quiet Place, came out on April 6, earning over a…

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Nazarene Student Leadership Conference 2018

Nazarene Student Leadership Conference 2018

This past week, April 4-6, future student leaders from Nazarene universities across the continent gathered…

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Holy Week: The Darkness Before the Light

Holy Week: The Darkness Before the Light

This week is Holy Week, a week in which we participate in the darkness of…

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Conversations on Sexuality: A Review of the 2 Windows Project

Conversations on Sexuality: A Review of the 2 Windows Project

The 2 Windows Project is an organization that is attempting to engage discussions on the…

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The Christian Response to Crisis

The Christian Response to Crisis

On February 14, the lives of the people attending Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in…

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Black Panther: A Spoiler-Free Review

Black Panther: A Spoiler-Free Review

Marvel’s newest superhero movie Black Panther was released on February 16th and has already made…

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From Dust You Came, to Dust You Will Return: The Importance of Ash Wednesday

From Dust You Came, to Dust You Will Return: The Importance of Ash Wednesday

On February 14, the liturgical season of Lent begins with Ash Wednesday and will end…

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Why Young Clergy Conference Matters

Why Young Clergy Conference Matters

On March 4-6, the Young Clergy Network is holding a conference at OKC 1st Church…

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SNU and the Legacy of Dr. King

SNU and the Legacy of Dr. King

On Monday, January 15, Southern Nazarene University (SNU) students celebrated a day full of diversity…

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“Coco” in Review

“Coco” in Review

Coco, the newest Disney-Pixar animated feature, came out on November 21, 2017. This movie explores…

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Civil Discourse at SNU

Civil Discourse at SNU

On Monday, November 13, Southern Nazarene University (SNU) hosted a forum focusing on the wifi…

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The Life and Legacy of Dr. Stan Toler

The Life and Legacy of Dr. Stan Toler

Dr. Stan Toler (1950-2017) was one of the most prominent voices in the Church of…

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No Shave November or No Women November?

No Shave November or No Women November?

(Satire) The gender wage gap is alive and raging here at Southern Nazarene University (SNU).…

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Even Stranger Things

Even Stranger Things

In July, 2016, Netflix released the first season of the television show, Stranger Things. Becoming…

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