Stephany Reyes, Staff Writer Teaching abroad is one of those opportunities that is available to most students. However, very few graduates actually take the time to look into it and recognize all that this job option has to offer. There are several former SNU students who have gone into South Korea to teach English. This is a paid position and, ... Read More »
Bollywood will be coming to SNU for the second year in a row! The event will be held next Tuesday ni...
Southern Nazarene University’s annual “Who’s The Man” show will take place Friday, April 21 at 8:00 ...
How much is your freshman experience worth? If you spent the last semester on campus, you may be tak...
I watched the new Netflix show “13 Reasons Why” last week, and if you are an informed citizen, then ...
The Oklahoma city metropolitan area has so many restaurants to choose from. Whether we want food in ...
Ronna Fisher, Editor-in-Chief I never would have considered myself a zombie person. Sparkly vampires? Sure. Werewolves? Yeah, whatevs. Unicorns, fairies and mermaids? Sign me up. Zombies? No. Way. So, I waved off my first few experiences with fans of The Walking Dead; I knew it just wasn’t for me. At least, I thought I knew. Read More »
James Tunnell, Staff Writer Last year the Echo ran an article about the evolution of the OKC Airpark, located just south of I-40 on Western. The article talked about how the space on the north side of the property promised to become the premier location for upper to mid range size musical acts (think bigger than the Diamond Ballroom, but ... Read More »
Summer Howard, Staff Writer Do you ever feel exhausted or depressed? Do you constantly feel like you need to lose weight? Most college students would answer yes to both of these questions, considering that as young adults with newfound freedom, we tend to lack the discipline to get enough sleep and eat right. If you don’t already exercise, however, you ... Read More »
Brett Smith, Staff Writer Distractions are everywhere, and they have a bad habit of showing their faces at the worst times possible. If they do not show up while studying for a big test, then they will more than likely magically appear when taking said test. Either way, distractions are a big factor of college life and learning how to ... Read More »
Brett Smith, Staff Writer Like always, I try to take suggestions for restaurants to visit, rather than just hoping to stumble across them at random. Multiple people have mentioned Iron Starr to me, but I decided to go when beloved professor Dr. Mark Reighard related how amazing the food was. Of course I would have to try it if an ... Read More »
Macy Sliman, Staff Writer There are seven weeks left until graduation. Seven weeks until some of us seniors are considered adults in the eyes of society and the old people at church. I will be out on my own, without the responsibility that comes with this student role. What am I going to do with my life? Read More »
Patty Juliuson, Guest Writer In a move that stunned the SNU community, President Loren Gresham announced today that he will resign his position immediately in order to join the Senior Professional Golfers Association Tour. Gresham, who has served in a variety of faculty and staff positions since joining the university in 1920, cited his “killer backswing” and “rockin’ putt” as ... Read More »
Katelyn Lamb, Content Editor Oscar Pistorius, affectionately dubbed Blade Runner by fans, has long made waves in the sports world as the first amputee runner to compete at an Olympic Games in addition to participating in numerous Paralympic games. The South African runner has won six gold medals as a paralympian, set and broken world records in track and ... Read More »
Celeste Forrest, Staff Writer You are a 12 year old girl living in one of the poorest ghettos in India. Your family barely has enough money to purchase food, let alone send you to school. One day, a man comes by and talks to your parents and offers you a job as a maid. This job, he says, will give ... Read More »
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Celeste Forrest, Staff Writer This past weekend, I had the opportunity to participate in the annual Pastor’s Kids Retreat, or more commonly known as the “PK retreat.” Between trying to control my crazy little sisters, singing awesome worship songs and listening to guest speaker Brett Armstrong share his story about growing up PK, I could not help but think how ... Read More »
Summer Howard, Staff Writer In the past thirty to forty years, we have gone far in the world of gaming. From Pac-Man® to Flappy Bird, virtual games have become not only more technologically advanced, but immensely more accessible. Instead of having to access the Internet, TV or a gaming device to play our favorite games, Apple Inc. and other prominent ... Read More »
Amy Calfy, Guest Writer Russia and the United States are trying to get each other kicked out of the 2014 World Cup. Tensions between Russia and the West have been surfacing recently, ever since the revolution in Ukraine and its attempt to separate itself from Russia. Ukraine’s powerful neighbor was not happy about the overthrow of its pro-Russia president. Russia’s ... Read More »
James Tunnell, Staff Writer Let’s just throw it out there and say that women’s roller derby is is awesome. If you’ve never been to a match and you’ve been dying to go, you’re in luck, because Oklahoma City has our very own WFTDA (Women’s Flat Track Derby Association) organization called The Victory Dolls. The Victory Dolls are made up of ... Read More »