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Upcoming 2015 Movies

From the looks of it, 2015 is going to be a big year for movies. Most of them seem to be action or dystopian sequels that will no doubt rake in tons of money, but there are going to be animated films and drama as well. First up is a live-action rendition of Cinderella, coming out next month. The past ... Read More »

Black History Month Highlight

This Black History Month’s History highlight is none other than Martin Luther King Jr. “Life’s most persistent and most urgent question is, “What are you doing for others?” -Martin Luther King Jr. This very quote is the platform for Martin Luther King Jr.’s stance in life. He believed in civil disobedience and that, in order to defeat evil, one must ... Read More »

A Dollar Menu Like No Other

Have you been harnessing the true power of the culinary treat that we know as the taco? This week on Try it Tuesday our SNU testers tried tongue, tripe and beef cheek tacos. These aren’t your normal Taco Bell fillings, so we headed to Taqueria Sanchez located at 4011 NW 10th Street. This blue food truck would be easily missed ... Read More »

Heartpal Candidates for 2015

It’s that time of year again. The time to take your time to deliberate and vote on who you think personifies the title of “Heart Pal Queen.” Whatever you do, whoever you vote for, do it with a kind heart and an open mind. So, are you guys and gals ready to meet the girls of this year’s Heart Pal ... Read More »

Whistle While You Work

Students come into contact with the custodial staff each and everyday but do you get to know them? I had the honor and privilege to speak to one of the custodians, Tanis. She takes care of the girls in Bracken Hall. As a resident advisor, I’ve been able to work with her in the Residence Life staff. Tanis went into great ... Read More »

In Review: Gopuram Taste of India

This past weekend, My friends and I stepped out of our comfort zones and tried Gopuram Taste of India. One of my favorite things to do is to go to new places and try foods I haven’t tried before. I was excited when I moved to OKC from home because there were so many restaurants I had never been to ... Read More »

Tales from QERC: How I met Fernanda

Maggie Williams, Sophomore Biology Major, is currently studying abroad at SNU’s Quetzal Education and Research Center (QERC) along with 10 other Nazarene University Students. The group has been in Costa Rica since January 4th. Maggie shared some stories from their time spent learning Spanish and about the culture of Costa Rica. “This past week was full of laughter, awkward moments ... Read More »

The Dangers of Sitting

In the past year, there have been several articles from high-profile newspapers and news stations regarding the perils of sitting for long periods of time. As college students who spend most of their days sitting in the classroom or doing homework, these new studies should catch our attention. “I have a night class that meets from 6 to 9,” said ... Read More »

Try It Tuesday: Super Cao Nguyen Soda

Story by David Peterson | Filming and Editing: Mike Vierow When is the last time you refreshed your palate with a cool glass of soursop? Or, maybe you prefer your refreshing drinks in the flavor of basil seed or mung bean. If you were lucky enough to be corralled into the first Try It Tuesday last week, you would have ... Read More »

In Review: Selma

Cast: David Oyelowo, Oprah Winfrey, Cameron Ejogu, Tim Roth, and Tim Wilkinson Director: Ava DurVernay Synopsis: Though the Civil Rights Act of 1964 had been enacted and had legally unified the south, the unfair disadvantage for African Americans still remained in certain parts of America. Discrimination had made it impossible for blacks to register to vote. In 1965, Martin Luther ... Read More »

Top 5 Albums Of 2014

Music lovers have a great year of albums ahead of them. 2015 will see the release of new work from Sufjan Stevens, Kelly Clarkson and Death Cab For Cutie, among others. That being said, it is worth looking back at the best music that the previous year has brought us. Walk The Moon- Talking Is Hard Releasing a summer album ... Read More »

Sherlock: Not Just Another Adaptation

The world’s best-known detective has been portrayed in different ways in many adaptations, but perhaps none are more masterful than the British television show called simply “Sherlock.” “Sherlock” began airing in 2010 and has three series so far. One would think that that’s a lot of episodes, but it turns out that there are only three episodes per series. Each ... Read More »

Album In Review: 1989

Being the ripe old age of twenty, I feel entitled to criticize what “kids these days” are into. Some of these trends are difficult to understand, despite the fact that sometimes I am a participant. Taylor Swift’s new album is heavily influenced by her target demographic. So, in order to understand “1989”, we must understand what teenagers are interested in. ... Read More »

Home is where the mortgage is

OK, so occasionally we all drive over the river and through the woods back to the campus of our sordid youth, which happens to be known by surviving classes as “Bethany-Peniel College” and “Bethany Nazarene College.” Through natural attrition (aka “homegoing”), however, “B-PC” is less and less frequently the destination of Homecoming. Bethany-Peniel College was named in 1920 under the ... Read More »