Storm basketball alumni: where are they now?

By Matt Wellman Throughout SNU’s storied athletic history, there have been many athletes who have worn the crimson and white. A few have had successful careers in athletics but most have “gone pro in something else” as the NCAA commercials would say. If you have listened to any Oklahoma Sooner sporting events over the past few years, you have like ... Read More »

Updates on Student Development from VP Mike Redwine

Campus Community, I am just finishing my first week in Student Development and I’m so excited to be joining this talented group of professionals!  In addition to the other personnel changes around campus, we’ve also had several in our area.  I’ve provided a summary of these changes listed below. Mike Redwine Here are the Student Development updates: Read More »

Second year plans and NCIS: Our interview with Jocelyn Bullock

Resident directors play an important role in students’ college experiences. This is the first in a series of interviews with resident directors to help students get to know them better. The Echo: What is it like going into your second year as RD? I’m sure you had expectations coming into your first year. What’s different coming into your second year? ... Read More »

The Echo 9.7.12

Click  here to download this week’s issue of The Echo as a PDF. Click the image below to view instantly. Open publication – Free publishing – More crimson storm Read More »

Entertaining, but average

By Jake O’Bannon Have you ever been to a movie where you walk out of the theatre and you really have nothing to say? I don’t mean an “I’m speechless – I can’t believe we don’t know whether the top is going to stop spinning or not,” kind of silence. What I am talking about is when a movie is ... Read More »

As I see it: Geek alert

By Patty Juliuson In every class, be it high school or university, there seems to be “that student.” You know the one. Everyone else is heaving heavy sighs and rolling their eyes at having to take the class, and “that student” is perched on the edge of her seat, notebook open, # 2 pencil at the ready, and enthusiastic, bordering ... Read More »

Online Resource Center helps with new online offerings

By Baker Pitts Online learning has been a frontier that colleges have been exploring since the dawn of the Internet. Thanks to a two million dollar grant, SNU has the tools needed to expand its online learning to the next level with the creation of the Online Resource Center. The idea behind online courses is to make college accessible to ... Read More »

Rhodes: Selected to lead Career Services and Student Employment

By Brad Crofford Angela Rhodes has announced that she will be assuming the role of Coordinator for Career Services and Student Employment as of Monday, September 10. She announced this to the Cultural and Communication Studies colloquium class on Wednesday during a presentation about resumés. Rhodes, the current housing coordinator and an adjunct professor, will be filling the position vacated ... Read More »

Presenting Jesus in a Hindu culture

By Ashleigh Buchanan During my semester abroad in India last spring, I was dropped into a vibrant culture where nearly everything was completely foreign. One of the generalizations I had about India was that it was a country of predominantly Hindus who worship multiple gods. This generalization was confirmed almost immediately upon my arrival. From the bindi dot on a ... Read More »

The Echo 8.31.12

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Best movie of the summer?

By Jake O’Bannon Have you ever been in a church service where the pastor gives away the main point of the sermon at the beginning rather than in the conclusion? Their goal is to put out what they want you to know right off that bat – they want to make sure you know what they are trying to tell ... Read More »

First staff meeting

If you are interested in learning more about how you can get involved, the first staff meeting of the year will be on Monday, August 27, from 5-6 p.m. in Herrick 228. Hope to see you there! Read More »

New roles, familiar faces with summer reshuffling of SNU Cabinet

By Brad Crofford The summer has brought significant changes to the top leadership roles at SNU, but the people filling those positions have remained virtually unchanged. It was first announced to campus staff and faculty that Donna Nance, then VP for Financial Affairs, had tendered her resignation and would be moving on to another university. Dr. Scott Strawn, VP of ... Read More »

New SGA exec hopes to bring athletes and students together

By Kendra Nixon The Student Government Association has added a new face to its team of student leaders. Jared Webster, Athletic Relations Executive, is taking on the new position and hoping to make some changes for the better. “The purpose of Athletic Relations is to effectively support student athletes through boosting attendance to sporting events while also bringing athletes and ... Read More »

Campus welcomes new chaplain as Strawn departs for California

By Ronna Fisher Amidst all the changes that are taking place at SNU this fall, the one that will mostly likely  affect the students directly is arrival of the new chaplain/campus pastor, Blaire Spindle. Former chaplain Brad Strawn left his position as SNU’s chaplain and took a position at the School of Psychology at Fuller Theological Seminary in California. His ... Read More »