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Compassion Week Comes to SNU

Compassion Week Comes to SNU

September 15th marks the start of Compassion Week here at SNU. This series of events…

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Why Read The Echo?

Why Read The Echo?

Let me start by saying thank you for taking the time to read this article.…

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Will Your Shiny New Degree Get You a Job?

Will Your Shiny New Degree Get You a Job?

The dust hasn’t even had time to settle on your mortarboard, and you’re looking for…

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Earthquake in Chile

Earthquake in Chile

Stephany Reyes, Staff Writer  In Chile there are frequent earthquakes and volcanic eruptions. A massive…

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Spring Break trip to NASA

Spring Break trip to NASA

Grace Williams, Business and Social Media Manager Over spring break, Angela Rhodes, Director of Career…

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Jackson’s alleged gang ties cause trouble

Jackson’s alleged gang ties cause trouble

Cass White, Staff Writer    The three time All-Pro wide receiver Desean Jackson was cut from…

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So We Go

So We Go

Katelyn Lamb, Content Editor    What do Brazil, Germany, Haiti, Swaziland, Australia, Serbia-Slovenia and Mexico have…

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Changes made for good in the MLB

Changes made for good in the MLB

Carlos Font, Staff Writer    Major League Baseball has gone through some changes in the past…

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New master’s degree at SNU generates interest through campaign

New master’s degree at SNU generates interest through campaign

Staff Writer    Dr. Sylvia Goodman, Professor of Kinesiology at SNU, said the campaign for the…

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New York student accepted by all eight Ivy League schools

New York student accepted by all eight Ivy League schools

Stephany Reyes, Staff Writer    Many young students dream of getting accepted into an Ivy League…

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Cabinet Chat Spring 2014

Grace Williams, Business and Social Media Manager    Once a semester, SNU’s administration stays late to…

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678,000 reasons: Oklahoma Education rally at state capitol

  Amy Lauver, Layout Editor    On March 31, over 25,000 educators were estimated to be…

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The 2014 Undergraduate Research Symposium

Amy Calfy, Guest Writer   Over 30 students from Southern Nazarene University presented their original research…

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Oklahoma City Airpark development and activities

James Tunnell, Staff Writer    Last year the Echo ran an article about the evolution of…

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The power of exercising: Why exercising is good for you

Summer Howard, Staff Writer    Do you ever feel exhausted or depressed? Do you constantly feel…

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