Why is Prof. Rosfeld at SNU?

Ken Rosfeld, like others wasn’t born a professor, he came to SNU on a long interesting path, but just what does that path look like? At a young age Rosfeld showed interest in music recording. He played with recording equipment even while in elementary school. He grew up in a family of musicians, as well as both his mother and ... Read More »

SNU Helps Give Council Grove a Train Trip

Two freshmen in the SNU Honors Program secured a grant that enables a spring educational field trip for students at Council Grove Elementary School funded by Target Foundation.  Geoff Miller and Greg Sattler of the SNU Honors Program wrote the $700 grant for 91 Council Grove kindergarteners to go on a train ride on the Amtrak rails to the train ... Read More »

SNU Psychology Goes to Vienna

The Psychology Department sponsored their own Spring Break trip to Vienna, Austria, with students and teachers alike. One might think, “What’s traveling to a different country like, what’s Vienna like, what’d you guys do?” It’s a good thing that there were students who were interviewed to answer these exact questions. Vienna is a beautiful city in Austria, home to Alfred ... Read More »

Is Trix just for Kids?

My day to day morning rituals as a child were difficult, mostly because I didn’t like cereal; both my sister and I hated cereal growing up. Why did we hate cereal? That question is complicated and kind of hard to answer. For me, it was mostly because of the texture. I hated soggy things, absolutely loathed them. Now, it’s not ... Read More »

Tri-Beta Inducts New Members Dedicated to the Promotion Of Science

On March 11, 2015, the Omicron Phi chapter of Beta Beta Beta, inducted twenty regular members and five associate members into the nationally recognized biological honor society. In a ceremony that was held in the Marchant Center, new inductees pledged to uphold the three main objectives of Tri-Beta. These objectives are to promote scholarship of the biological sciences, to promote ... Read More »

Seven Students Win at 2015 Addy Awards

The American Advertising Awards, more commonly known as the Addys, takes entries from Graphic Design majors and professionals every year and evaluates them based on the certain qualities and standards of the graphic design industry today. On the evening of February 28, 2015, 124 of the 238 student entries were awarded with a Gold, Silver or Bronze medal at a ... Read More »

Staff Highlight: Joshua Achipa

Southern Nazarene University has been privileged enough to have amazing faculty and staff. Each person has a vital role to play in the lives of the students at this university. The Echo has decided to highlight an African American who has been a light to our community, as well as an individual who has graced us with his presence on ... Read More »

Athlete Profile: Eric Kabeya

Name: Eric Kabeya Gender: Male Date of Birth: March 11, 1990 Born: Kinshasa, Congo Lives: Fort Worth, Texas Age: 24 Height: 6”2 Weight: 250 Position: Outside Linebacker/D-End Quote: Phil 4:13 “I can do all things through Christ through strengthens me.” Coach:  Coach Cochran “Nothing is hard, things are challenging, but nothing is impossible to God.” These very words came out ... Read More »

Bell or Bueno?

This is it, finally, the definitive answer to the question to one of the greatest of debates in recent history. The debate is, “Which one do you prefer: Taco Bell or Taco Bueno?” For years and years there has been debate from both sides of the faux Mexican/TexMex-ish fast food restaurants that we have grown to love. For this experiment, ... Read More »

TONIGHT: A Night of Rodgers and Hammerstein Concert

SNU School of Music is pleased to present A Night of Rodgers and Hammerstein. This show is a musical review of Rodgers and Hammerstein’s best music. This review will be held tonight in Cantrell auditorium at 7:30 p.m. There are 23 music students and 3 faculty members involved in the overall production of the show. Our very own Andrea Hanson ... Read More »

Civil War Reenactors Visit Campus

On Tuesday, February 17th at 11:45 am, several Civil War reenactors set up a traditional Union campsite in “The Pit” of the Don Beaver science building. They answered questions students had and sparked many conversations about the life of soldiers during the Civil War. Dr. Heather Clemmer organized the event for her Civil War and Gilded Age class, but others ... Read More »