Baker’s guide to thrifting in Oklahoma City

By Baker Pitts There’s nothing worse than an outdated wardrobe. Unless, of course, your wardrobe…

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Studying abroad is more valuable and more possible than you think

By Brad Crofford I knew about some of the benefits of studying off-campus from my…

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The top six (free!) iPhone apps that will make your life easier, cooler, and more fun.

By Ashleigh Buchanan Can you remember life before people had iPhones? Me neither. If you…

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As I see it: My stubborn optimism

By Patty Juliuson "You’ve failed many times, although you may not remember. You fell down…

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Limited number makes each home football game more important

By Matthew Wellman The SNU football team only has two home games this season. This…

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The Echo 9.28.12

Click here to download this week’s issue of The Echo as a PDF. Click the image…

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Power outage

The lights at SNU and around Bethany went out temporarily on Thursday night/Friday morning. It…

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Letters from abroad: A plea from a fellow child of empire

By Tesica Starkey “Dine with the opposition.” It’s a phrase that frequents the lips of…

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Dear Freshman

Dear Freshman, Are you homesick yet? I’m sure most of you think I’m crazy for…

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The Voice and going places: Our interview with Tim Cole

Resident directors play an important role in students’ college experiences. This is the second in…

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Musician’s lament

By Cindy Benton Students of classical music are often reminded of the decline in our…

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Professor uses sabbatical to study songs from Les Miserables

By Brad Crofford For his first sabbatical, one professor chose to study a story whose…

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The Innocence of Muslims, its murky origins and the global protests it caused

By Brad Crofford In recent weeks, the world’s attention has turned to a controversial film…

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Letter to the Editor: Reverend Jackson and the Wesleyan Quadrilateral

By Ben Smith On Thursday, September 20th, Reverend Jackson came to speak in chapel. As…

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Off with the masks, on with the name tags

By Brad Crofford We live in a society of masks. We wear masks when we…

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