Category: The Echo

Savaged to saved

Katelyn Lamb, Content and Assistant Editor    This year’s Spiritual Life Retreat will take place from…

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The Echo 02.12.14

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Demystifying homeschooling

Rachel Whatley, Staff Writer    Whenever people learn that I was homeschooled, there are usually two…

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Dennis Rodman vs. the American people

Carlos Font, Staff Writer    When you talk about Hall of Famers, for the most part…

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In review: Tiger Lily – Won’t Let This Kill Me

James Tunnell, Staff Writer    When a person hears the term “pop-punk,” their mind will either…

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A book revolution

Summer Howard, Staff Writer    In the course of the past six years, a trend has…

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Letters to my future husband

Celeste Forrest, Staff Writer    “Dear Future husband…”    I was probably only thirteen years old when…

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OKC Hen Law struck down

James Tunnell, Staff Writer    While it might not seem like the most pressing issue to…

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Prehistoric legends: Advice about romance from someone who’s forgotten

Jim Wilcox, Guest Writer    Dear Professor Wilcox,    I’m a freshman here at SNU and really…

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Violence against women in India persists

Katelyn Lamb, Content & Assistant Editor    It all started with a bus. The infamous December…

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Brett eats out: Backyard BBQ

Brett Smith, Staff Writer    Being from the south, I have had my fair share of…

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Get your head in the game: How I became a (somewhat) enthusiastic sports fan

Ronna Fisher, Editor-in-Chief     Sports and me? We just don’t mix. Growing up, PE…

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Bill introduced to legalize marijuana in Oklahoma

Saydi Dowd, Staff Writer    Colorado's status as the first state to legalize recreational marijuana sales…

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The Echo 02.05.14

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SNU student joins team to aid typhoon ravaged Philippines over Christmas break

Todd Aebischer, Guest Writer   A great Christmas break in Singapore turned into a tremendous ministry…

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