The Echo 8.20.13

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Southern Nazarene drops home opener to Ouachita Baptist

Zach Friesen, Staff Writer    One week after dropping their season opener at Henderson State, Southern Nazarene dropped their 2013 home opener to Ouachita Baptist University by a score of 49-24. Read More »

The Echo 9.13.13

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Teams invited to compete in mock trial by OU law school

Brian King, OU Law School Ever watched a courtroom dra- ma on TV and thought, “I could do that.”? Now is your chance to show what you can do in front of a judge and jury. Read More »

Oklahoma State Fair 2013: that time of year again

Macy Sliman, Staff Writer   It is that time again, folks! The State fair has rolled into town, and they have quite the line-up this year.    This past Thursday the 12th kicked off the whole shebang with the Oklahoma State Fair Opening Ceremonies at 5:00 p.m. Opening day was a $2 admission, and the gates officially opened at 8:00 a.m. ... Read More »

Keeping it local: the benefits of buying locally

Rachel Whatley, Staff Writer    Bethany may seem like a small town compared to what Oklahoma City has to offer, and the latter may seem like it has a lot more options and variety. However, you do not have to look far to find almost anything you would need or want. According to www.manta.com, Bethany has almost 2,000 companies, which includes ... Read More »

Airpark heals sore for medium range venues in OKC

Clay Milford, Staff Writer    Few venues will ever be able to claim showcasing such a broad array of genres in its first few months of operation like the OKC Downtown Airpark. The brain child of Kirk Humphreys and Howard Pollack, the Airpark, which happens to border the crystalline Oklahoma River just to the south, opened its concert season with Sublime ... Read More »

Newspapers in relation to a Christian walk

Ashlynn McGuire, Staff Writer    So, I was thinking the other day as I was coming up with something for the newspaper; I started to take everything a step farther. I came up with a realization that life is like a newspaper. Now, do not call me a nerd just yet. Hear me out. Read More »

Food choice: Sodexo’s sandwich bar

Gabe Carr, Guest Writer     You have traversed the four doors after climbing the mountainous stairs that preceded them. You scanned the clearing at the top for the entrance to the Temple of Sodexo where, even still, you met another flight, and another flight, of stairs which you bested with matchless vigor. Read More »

Women’s soccer tops Texas A&M International

SNU Athletics    AUSTIN, Texas — Alyssa Glitzke scored her first goal of her career as Southern Nazarene University was able to knock of Texas A&M International 1-0 and grab its first win of the season. Read More »

Storm opens Cross Country season at UCO Land Run

SNU Athletics    EDMOND, Okla. — Southern Nazarene’s men’s and women’s cross country teams both took seventh place at the UCO Land Run hosted by the University of Central Oklahoma.    “Overall it was a good race,” said head coach Billy Miller. “It was a good race to see where we are.” Read More »

Sooners and Cowboys Quarterbacks Finding Success In New Ways

Zach Friesen, Staff Writer    Coming into this season, fans of both the Oklahoma Sooners and the Oklahoma State Cowboys were unsure of what to expect from their teams this year. Both teams came into the season with question marks on both sides of the ball, with the biggest mystery for both teams being what type of production would they get ... Read More »

NASA summer 2013 press release

Tesica Starkey, Guest Writer  Lounging by the pool (or in front of the TV), reading for fun (or avoiding books altogether), catching up with friends (or on sleep)—these are all typical summertime activities for college students. In contrast, four Southern Nazarene University science students experienced extraordinary summers by participating in NASA Space Grant summer programs. Read More »