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Religion in College: Bible Verses

Last week I discussed the reasons why the Bible is the word of God. The word of God is important to study so that you can not only get closer to Him but so that you can also share a message with those around you. However, the word of God is not just a set criteria for of how you should live your life, but also a book for inspiration and hope for times when life has you down. As college students, life often ...

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Crocs comes out with heels

Crocs came out with the first ever croc heel. It’s advertised to have be stylish while being comfortable and easy. The shoe hold the same original look as the traditional croc, yet it has a 6-inch heeled wedge. They come in black, purple, white and green. When I first saw the heel, I fell in love. They are made into being the perfect shoe for going out, yet they don’t lose the perfect traditional look of th ...

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Religion in College: Making Time

At this point in our life, we are living like a giant balancing act. Not only are we trying to juggle homework and classes, we are also trying to juggle extracurricular activities, work, family, friends, a possible love life, a social life, hobbies, and a novel concept known as sleep. In fact, life has gotten so crazy for many of us, sleep, is considered a hobby. So we have to ask the question: when do I ha ...

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Let’s not talk politics.

Okay, we talk about politics a little: If you have ever picked up the paper before and read my name, you know political topics are not something I shy away from. I originally came to KWU to be a pre-law major and hopefully, get into politics. Even after I realized reading all those law documents was not for me and switching my major, I still kept my political science minor for a while because I love politic ...

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Homesickness

It is very obvious that this time of year is the hardest on students. The weather finally seems to be getting warmer, which is definitely something to make everyone happy, but soon people will go back to hibernating. So begins the time when students feel most homesick. After being home for around three weeks, having to come back for just over two months is pretty rough. The home cooked meals, family trips, ...

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Are you a part-time Christian?

Last Sunday, a special guest, Bishop Perry Engle, came to my church to discuss what it truly meant to be a full-time Christian. A lot of people believe being a Christian involves just a one day of the week obligation. In which they show up on Sundays and maybe walk away with a piece of the sermon with them throughout the week. Now while those are both really great things for every Christian to do, is it rea ...

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I am a Conservative, but I am not…

I am a young conservative, well a moderate conservative. Those wanting to get technical, I am a libertarian, I could write an entire article on libertarianism (and I have) but to keep it short, I am a fiscal conservative and a social liberal. Now, with that out of the way, in today’s current political environment, one’s party seems to define people. Conservative or liberal have become labels that come with ...

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Everyone Has a Disability

Disability- Anything that disables or puts one at a disadvantage. (Dictionary.com) Think of the word disability.What is the first thing that comes to mind? Is it the kid in the wheelchair? Maybe a handicap parking place? Most people do not think of themselves when they hear the word disability. However, the truth is, most people have a disability of some sort. As you go about your day, try to notice the peo ...

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Doing the laundry

Living in college dorms can be hard. There is a small amount of space, you're sharing it with someone else, hall-mates can be pretty loud, and  you’re not allowed to have pets. While resident assistants and directors work hard to make the college dorm experience as smooth and easy as possible, there is only so much they can do. One struggle that almost every KWU student is aware of is the laundry room issue ...

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Homeschool: Is it a better option?

Many of my friends are parents and many of their children are at the age in which a parent begins to contemplate sending them to school. When a parent makes the decision of education for their kids, it is a tough decision. There are many different choices. Two main possibilities are public school, and home school. Which is better? Homeschool What are the positives and negatives of home-school? Homeschooling ...

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