Dear Freshman, Are you homesick yet? I’m sure most of you think I’m crazy for asking that question since you are still just enjoying the freedom of college life (within SNU limitations of course). But I know the rest would answer with a yes. Want to know how I know? Well, not only have I talked to some of you ... 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 ...
Resident directors play an important role in students’ college experiences. This is the second in a series of interviews with resident directors to help students get to know them better. You can read our interview with Jocelyn Bullock here. The Echo: Could you tell me a little bit more about your responsibilities as an assistant RD? Tim Cole: I handle ... Read More »
By Cindy Benton Students of classical music are often reminded of the decline in our field. With the rise of technology taking over the production of music and society’s tendency to favor watching the excitement of the newest Hollywood blockbuster over the thrills of a Mahler symphony, our future as musicians aren’t looking too great. Read More »
By Brad Crofford For his first sabbatical, one professor chose to study a story whose universality he describes as “almost unparalleled (except the Bible).” Dr. Doug Samples, professor of pastoral ministry and the lead pastor at Lake Overholser Church of the Nazarene, spent the spring of 2012 working with two other pastors looking at songs from the musical Les Miserables. Read More »
By Brad Crofford In recent weeks, the world’s attention has turned to a controversial film trailer that has sparked protests around the world. But the creation of Innocence of Muslims, the controversial film, is shrouded in a certain level of mystery. Read More »
By Ben Smith On Thursday, September 20th, Reverend Jackson came to speak in chapel. As usual, Jackson delivered a message that was passionate and awakening, but this time, he did not have Wesleyan tradition backing him in a pivotal claim. Read More »
By Brad Crofford We live in a society of masks. We wear masks when we are around others, wanting them to have a positive view of us. I knew all about this when I sang in choir in high school. When I was going to be performing a solo at a concert, I would practice for weeks. I would have ... Read More »
By Jake O’Bannon I saw a weird movie this weekend. That’s a stupid way to start a review, but that’s just how I’m going to do it this time. I use the word “weird” because the movie I saw, The Odd Life of Timothy Green, was in fact weird. Now don’t get me wrong, weird can be good. Weird is ... Read More »
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Dr. Loren Gresham has announced that with 1,096 traditional students and 1,088 students in Professional and Graduate Studies, this year’s fall enrollment is the third highest in the university’s history. Read about the announcement, and learn about some of the methods used to increase enrollment. Read More »
By Patty Juliuson I love crayons. I love the way they look in the box and I love using them. I even like the way they smell when they’re new. I see myself as a 64-crayon person, you know? Why color something brown when you can use “Burnt Sienna”, “Desert Sand” or “Fuzzy Wuzzy?” Read More »
By Matthew Wellman It’s no secret that the SNU football team has had some problems with its first few games. They lost by 42 points to Henderson State in week one and then followed with a 37-15 loss at the hands of East Central University. With losses like that, it can sometimes be hard to pinpoint things that are going ... Read More »
By Brad Crofford Dr. Pamela Broyles was honored as the outstanding college communication educator by the Oklahoma Speech Theater Communication Association (OSTCA). “I was surprised because they didn’t notify me ahead of time,” said Broyles, chair of the department of speech communications at SNU. “It was a nice compliment.” Read More »
By Dr. Gwen Ladd Hackler SNU will receive 5 years of continued funding for the SNU McNair Scholars Program, designed to assist eligible SNU undergraduates in building the skills and confidence required to pursue a doctoral degree. This competitive program targets student scholars who demonstrate sound academic performance, strong potential for success in graduate school, and the intent to pursue ... Read More »
By Ronna Fisher Students may have noticed a few changes in Sodexo this semester. Some changes have students excited for their upcoming meals, while some have left students disgruntled or confused. Sodexo staff have clarified what’s new and what has changed this year in the student cafeteria. Read More »