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Fitness & Fine Art
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Productive Procrastination
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Trailblazer 101
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Missions at MNU
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Week one of Spring semester NTC style
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How I Got Here
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New Vlog Resolutions
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A Day In The Life of a College Student
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Kansas: Survival of the Fittest
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“Winter Is Coming!” The Forecast Said, So Where in the World Is It?

Productive Procrastination

As students we face many labels, requirements, and obligations. We, so called Millennials, are constantly being told what activities to avoid in order to be successful in life. We even admit that many of those advices are perfectly reasonable and meant for our own good. On the other hand, if we followed all of the recommendations we would be nothing else but a bunch of boring and bored geeks. On a more specific tone, we all agree that one of the most enjoyable activities, one that happens to be the most criticised, is watching TV-shows. There is a bit of[…]

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Week one of Spring semester NTC style

So this week was the first week back at school. We did not start till the 16th of January and that was only if you had an intensive. If you did not have an intensive then you do not start school until the 23rd of January. This is really nice because it means that you get an extra long break. An intensive means that you take a three credit hour semester long class and cram it into one week. They do school a little different over here in the UK. First of all, we only go to school Monday, Tuesday,[…]

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A Day In The Life of a College Student


Hello everyone! I hope everyone enjoyed their winter break. I know I did! This week for my video I decided to make a day in the life of an MNU student! My days usually look very similar to this with variance on the activities that I do. If you enjoy these types of videos please comment either on here or on YouTube!

Kansas: Survival of the Fittest

There are a lot of things that people warn you about before coming to Kansas: long drives, lack of public transportation, tornados, corn fields, humidity, conservative people, etc. No one, however, ever mentioned cold and icy storms that will lock you in your room. The last time I have seen a lot of (real) snow was probably five years ago in Germany and it lasted maybe two days. I truly believe that it is a result of global warming (It exists! I had to hold a presentation about it for my biology final). Apparently, this has not reached Kansas City yet. When I heard[…]

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“Winter Is Coming!” The Forecast Said, So Where in the World Is It?

This week, we all were about to go to Nebraska to compete at one of the best college tracks in the country. Sadly though, the weather forecast for this very same weekend showed that a major ice-storm would hit us by yesterday. Fortunately, as any good 21st century, politically correct institution would act, our incredible trip was cancelled. As we all can see from our windows, the horrendous snowstorm we have been warned before has not showed up yet. So, instead of kicking some behinds in Nebraska, here I am sitting in my living room asking myself, “How come that[…]

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