• How To Sports: Golf

    How To Sports: Golf

    While golf may be a sport many know about and how to play it, you’d assume, that again, I am none th...

  • Coming Soon: Rugged Maniac OKC

    Coming Soon: Rugged Maniac OKC

    We all love to spend Saturdays lounging around or binge watching our favorite Netflix shows, but why...

  • A Letter To Freshmen

    A Letter To Freshmen

    Dear Freshmen, Learn the value of solitude. Have fun and participate if that’s your thing. But it’s ...

  • SNU’s New Theology Department Hire

    SNU’s New Theology Department Hire

    SNU has hired a new member of the Theology Department. Dr. Jim Fitzgerald will be the new Chair of t...

  • Perspectives on Senioritis

    Perspectives on Senioritis

    Urban Dictionary, the great purveyor of common man’s language, defines Senioritis as, “noun. A cripp...

Four Books To Grow Your Faith

When you want to grow spiritually, the best place to turn is always the Bible. However, just like going to church on Sundays, other believers can point out biblical truths that we alone may have missed. Here are four books to read this fall that will grow, challenge and strengthen your faith. Love Does by Bob Goff If you are ... Read More »

All the Single Ladies: How to Rock the Single Life at SNU

Being single in college is never easy—particularly when you go to a private Christian university like SNU. But never fear, ladies! I’m here to give you some rules (or guidelines) to follow in order to enjoy being single until you find your knight-in-shining armor. Rule #1: Don’t try to look nice. Forget about makeup or doing your hair. Wear sweats ... Read More »

Freshman SGA Candidates

If you are a freshman, vote for your favorite candidate on Thursday. Presidential Candidates: JaVone Knox I’m JaVone Knox from Bethany, Oklahoma. I am so grateful to be a part of Southern Nazarene University. I’m so excited to be running for Student Government Freshmen Class President this year. Being able to be the leader that God called me to be is ... Read More »

Album review: Songs Of Innocence

Look at your iPhone. No, ignore that text message. Open your music app. Search for U2. You already own this album. It is impossible to separate U2’s album from the eccentric way the band released it to the world. On September 9th, U2 performed at Apple’s product launch event. Directly after playing, Apple CEO Tim Cook announced a brand new ... Read More »

Malorie Chapman: Her Story of Hope, Faith, and Victory

We all, at some point in our lives, will meet someone that will leave behind a mark on our hearts. This mark leaves such an impact that we carry it all throughout our lives. It reminds us. It changes us. It is ever present and always constant. At the end of the day, we hold this mark closely and dearly ... Read More »

Confessions of a Hypochondriac

What do you call someone who has a headache, googles all her symptoms on Web MD and convinces herself that she has a brain tumor? A hypochondriac. I have a confession to make. I, Celeste Forrest, am a hypochondriac. A hypochondriac is someone who is abnormally anxious about their health. This health anxiety is medically referred to as “hypochondria.” If ... Read More »

Feature Friday: Aminata Fall

Get to know Aminata Fall. What is your major? I’m majoring physical education and sport leisure Where are you from? I’m from Senegal, a small country of the West coast of Africa. We surrounded by the Atlantic Ocean What are your hobbies/interests? I love cooking and playing basketball What are three words that describe you? Determined, challenging, and funny What is ... Read More »

Review: Taco Don Nacho

Tacos Don Nacho is one of the greatest restaurants in OKC, and you would be doing yourself a disservice if you did not try it at least once. Located on Council Road between SW 36th and 38th, Tacos Don Nacho is a mexican restaurant that prides itself on its quality service and great food. What sets Tacos Don Nacho apart ... Read More »

Tennis Coach Returns after 34 years

Charlie Hibbard is our new head tennis coach here at Southern Nazarene University. She came to the coaching position in August 2013, right before school began. It has been a long way back. Coach Charlie Hibbard attended Bethany Nazarene College in 1975 and also was part of the tennis team. She graduated with a degree in Kinesiology in 1979.  While ... Read More »

History of Bresee Administration Building

Icon, administrative center, antique: these are just a few words that describe our beloved administration building, Bresee Hall. However, what you may or may not know is that this building consists of three sections, each dating from a different period of the school’s history.  Construction of the administration building began in 1918, under the presidency of A.K. Bracken. This photo ... Read More »

What did we do before we invented electronic mail?

OK, so I think it’s about time I open my email bag and answer some of the questions I’ve received in the last few months. It’s how I spend hours each afternoon—reading and answering Dear Jim (that’s me as my twin brother John), So what’d’you get me for my birthday? I hope it’s expensive.  I really love shiny things. Signed, ... Read More »

Tech Talk: Best Type of Phone

With all the different options for smartphones out there these days, it’s hard to know which model is the best or most liked. What your friends like might not be what you like, and if you’re anything like me, then your phone needs to be tied in with your music library. Over the past week, I have interviewed some of ... Read More »