• Mission Opportunities at SNU

    Mission Opportunities at SNU

    This past week at SNU was GO week. GO week is when students can learn about opportunities where they...

  • Here’s to the Dreamers

    Here’s to the Dreamers

    “We all come from somewhere. We all have a story. We all have dreams. We all have uncertainty of the...

  • A Dreamer at SNU

    A Dreamer at SNU

    (For the protection of the person discussed within this article, the name has been changed.) About n...

  • Finding the Perfect Cup of Joe at SNU

    Finding the Perfect Cup of Joe at SNU

    Whether you’re a big fan of coffee or can’t stand the taste, finding a coffee shop that you enjoy vi...

  • Insight into SNU Golf Team

    Insight into SNU Golf Team

    Southern Nazarene University’s golf team has enjoyed many years of success. There have been All-Amer...

What if SNU was Hogwarts?

(Disclaimer: I do not own any rights of the Harry Potter world. All credit goes to the amazing J.K Rowling. Please do not sue me) Forget football games, Heartpal and midterms. How about Quidditch, the Yule Ball and OWLs? Have you ever wondered what Southern Nazarene University would be like if it magically turned into Hogwarts? Is it just me? ... Read More »

Center for Applied Studies in English (ASEC)

Are you bilingual? Do you know more than one language? It might sound hard to learn second, third and more languages. Well, it kind of is. There are lots of way could be helpful for you. Southern Nazarene University has one great program where people around the world can master the English language. The name of this program is ASEC. ... Read More »

Feature Friday: Abigail Herron

Get to know Abigail Herron, a vocalist from concert choir. Where are you from? Oklahoma City What is your major? Vocal Performance major. What are your hobbies/interests? I enjoy singing which happens to be my major but also like to do kick boxing. What are three words that describe you? Positive, Achiever, and futuristic. What is a talent that you possess? The ability to sing ... Read More »

Reasons Why You Should Consider NTS!

You don’t have to want a master’s degree just to join Nazarene Theological Seminary I understand that not everyone wants to go on to higher education to get a master’s degree. Honestly, after paying off your college debt, thinking about having to pay another $20,000-$40,000 might make you shudder. Why would you want to risk getting into debt again? And ... Read More »

Jobs for international Students

“What to do if I’m graduating and I’m an international student?” There are a few options to choose from. It is a serious and scary question for most of those who want to find a job in the U.S. and work legally. Most schools have an international director, who is informed in all those processes and procedures for international students. ... Read More »

Students Volunteer In Bethany Area During “Sophomore Serve”

On Saturday, October 25, several SNU Students participated in the second Sophomore Serve event, hosted by Student Success Services. Volunteers worked in 90 degree heat to clean up the yards and houses of many Bethany community members. The group first met together by the tennis courts, then split up into smaller work teams in order to make the work more ... Read More »

TWIRP 2014

Well, if you’re one of those students who have been waiting for weeks to get all the details on TWIRP… fret no longer! Here’s everything you need to know about TWIRP! TWIRP is on Saturday, November 8 from 8 p.m. to 11 p.m. The event will take place at the Oklahoma City Science Museum. All of the galleries and stations ... Read More »

8 Things Perfectionists Do

     That’s not good enough. If you’re a perfectionist, this is probably a thought which has crossed your mind so many times that it no longer occurs to you to think it. While we might be a little crazy, we are extremely hard-working individuals who are slightly misunderstood. So, for every student at SNU who isn’t a perfectionist, here is ... Read More »

Feature Friday: Catherine Etter

Where are you from?  Originally McAllen, Texas, then Round Rock, Texas What is your major? Vocal Performance What are your hobbies/interests?  I really love music! It consumes almost my whole life! But in my spare time I do like to dance, cook, and make crafts! What are three words that describe you? Driven, responsible, loud What is a talent that you possess? ... Read More »

How to Survive in a Horror Movie

How many horror movies have you seen where the characters decide to do something rash or just plain crazy, only to later regret it terribly? Let us learn from their mistakes so that if it happens to us, we will be ready. How to avoid being trapped in a horror movie: Do not move into a house that is “rumored” ... Read More »

ROC Small Group

Over the past several weeks, small posters have been popping up all over campus, advertising a weekly small group, lead by Reaching Our City Church. Sophomore Tyler Thornton said, “I’ve never been to the group, but I’ve seen the posters. It seems cool.” Junior Austin Jenkins was able to discuss with us why the group exists, what meetings look like ... Read More »

Spring 2015 Windows Course Selection

Students at SNU are required to take a certain number of General Education courses. Some of these are called Windows courses. For students wondering what classes they’re going to take next semester, those trying to complete their general education credits, or those confused by all of these “windows” requirements, here is a breakdown of all the Windows courses being offered ... Read More »

Food Challenge: Meatless Meals

During the spring semester of last year, I watched a movie that influenced me to change my dietary habits. The movie I watched was Earthlings, a documentary in which the cruelty of humans toward animals was exposed, from the food market to the streets. After this viewing, I decided I needed to do something to impact the demand for meat, ... Read More »