Category: News

Neuenschwander honored as Mace Bearer

Ronna Fisher, Assistant editor A little over four years ago, SNU’s Mace was a walnut…

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Boxing Day, Noche Buena and other international holidays

Matthew Wellman, Staff reporter Throughout the holiday season, each family has its traditions. Most of…

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Sodexo works to provide solutions for students with food allergies

By Kendra Nixon, Content editor SNU students may argue that Sodexo doesn’t have a lot…

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“Why is the Lamp of Learning still on?” Answers to your Cabinet Chat questions

By Brad Crofford, Editor-in-chief The cabinet answered students’ questions on Thursday, November 15 in the…

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SNU Library announces Elf on the Shelf contest

The library will be having an Elf on the Shelf contest this year! Starting Monday,…

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SNU students earn scholarships for ROTC involvement

By Brad Crofford, Editor-in-Chief It’s 4:50 a.m., and freshman Meagan Green’s alarm is going off,…

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The magic of concert season: When music comes to life

By Kira Roberts, Layout Editor A large number of the students here are involved in…

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University’s rental properties offer affordable housing options near campus

By Brad Crofford, Editor-in-Chief When it comes to places to live near campus, there are…

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Human Rights Awareness Week to focus on homelessness

By Kendra Nixon, Content Editor Human Rights Awareness Week (HRAW) is a bi-annual event put…

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Kyzer: Gresham contract unanimously extended three years by Board of Trustees

By Brad Crofford, Editor-in-Chief University president Dr. Loren Gresham was unanimously given a three year…

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Arts festival to include variety of art, music, food

By Ronna Fisher, Assistant Editor For a third year in a row, Homecoming Weekend will…

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Blessings and Beau: Our Interview with A.M. Hills RD Katy Bradley

By Baker Pitts, Staff Writer Resident directors play an important role in students’ college experiences.…

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Students talk benefits of riding bikes, longboards around campus

By Amy Lauver Many students enjoy commuting on campus by biking or longboarding. We had…

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Differing Powder Puff strategies suggest tonight’s game will be memorable

By Baker Pitts, staff writer Powder Puff football is a annual flag football game that…

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Students balance class, work, social life, and marriage

By Brad Crofford It’s often been joked that college students can only choose two of…

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