Category: Opinion

Why the government should stop recognizing marriages

By Brad Crofford, Editor-in-chief If you’re like me, your Facebook friends list last week turned…

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Stories from the archives

Dear Reader, The Echo has been around a lot longer than its online format suggests. The…

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The reason for the season

By Garvis Long, Staff writer Easter is a holiday that has been around for a…

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Letters from Abroad: Natalia Oliveira

By Natalia Oliveira, Guest Writer As some might know, I am a Brazilian studying in…

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Our interview with Susie Shellenberger

By Ronna Fisher Susie Shellenberger is a variety of things: editor, speaker, writer and more.…

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Study abroad changes: Prioritizing

By Kira Roberts, Layout Editor Let me just preface this by saying that my intention…

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Prehistoric legends: “PLAY BALL”

By Prof. Jim Wilcox, Guest writer All work and no play makes for a dull…

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As I see it: Enemy assault

By Patty Juliuson, Columnist It has been quite the week. In addition to regular life,…

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Letters from Abroad: Mtatus, Kiswahili and friends

By Raye Bontrager, Guest writer I’ve been studying abroad at Africa Nazarene University this trimester.…

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Letters from abroad: QERC and Matthew 6:31-34

By Heather Cox, Guest writer Hiking down from the top of a mountain after watching…

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As I see it: Strangers in passing

By Patty Juliuson, Columnist Stranger, if you passing meet me and desire to speak to…

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Campus Conversations Club: We need to talk

By Brad Crofford, Editor-in-chief University policies can be controversial. From drinking to dancing to the…

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Dating, divorce and life outside “the bubble”

By Macy Sliman, Staff writer Ring by spring. Join us for so and so’s upcoming…

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As I see it: Why I have a broom in my shower

By Patty Juliuson, Columnist I  have a small broom in my shower. It’s more of…

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Letters from abroad: Costa Rica

By Laura Mino, Guest writer The tropical sun shines on my face. I can hear…

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