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An Overview of E-Sports at SNU

Among the growing number of clubs at SNU is the up and coming Southern Nazarene E-Sports club. For those who are confused, E-sports is the rapidly growing hobby of competitive PC gaming. Anyone interested can speak with Byron Crouch or Dr. Eskridge. Birthed in the small town arcades and wood paneled basements of the early 80s, competitive gaming has been ... Read More »

Gorillaz: The Return

After almost six years of absolutely nothing (save a converse ad), the genre-hopping, chart-topping , supergroup Gorillaz returns. In 2015, artist Jamie Hewlett teased the public by releasing newly remodeled character designs for the band’s bassist, background singer/guitarist and all-around cinnamon roll Noodle, Murdoc. The internet ignited with rumors and speculation. This spark only grew larger when Hewlett left a ... Read More »

Fetch? A Quick Glance At Fashion Trends Gone By

For some college students, fashion is the last thing they need to worry about. So I am here to clear the air on one of the more debatable topics of the style-savvy community. Vintage, antique, or retro? How are you to know? “Vintage” takes on a highly specific meaning though it can be applied in different fields. Anything 20 years ... Read More »

The First Ever SNU Anime Club

The first ever SNU anime club Last Saturday, I had the pleasure of joining the SNU Anime Club for the viewing of Mamoru Hosoda’s The Boy and the Beast. Afterwards, the Anime Club president, Hannah Small granted me a short interview and a look at her impressive anime, manga, and collectibles collection.   The club itself is well run and ... Read More »

Video: Echo Staff Reviews Fair Foods.

Echo Business Manager Marshall Jones and I went to the Oklahoma state fair to try out the weird and wonderful culinary delights that only the fair can offer. In this “ECHO staff reviews,” Marshall takes on the cheesy bacon bombs, a deep fried snickers, the unique fair lemonade, and, the ever so crucial, turkey leg. Interestingly enough while reviewing the ... Read More »

Your Vote Matters Even If You’re From Out of State

Whether it’s Trump, Hillary, or Gary Johnson we’ve all got a pretty big decision coming up in November. For many of you this will be just like any other election but those of you who come from out of state may see this as much more of a daunting task. Not being an Oklahoma native I can say that I ... Read More »

In Review: Lights Out

Spoiler free section You know those movies where weird things start happening to kids and no one believes them. Then you’re just so upset about it and, before you know it, the whole family is dead? Lights Out, the upcoming horror movie, has an entirely different way of demonstrating this kind of plot. Put yourself into the shoes of a ... Read More »

In review: Noah

Brett Smith and Byron Crouch, Staff Writers Note: This article is written with conflicting views in order to explain the conflicting opinions and controversies associated with this film among Christians and nonchristians. Read More »